Vintage Lace Edge Amber by Indiana Glass Pedestal Covered Candy Dish Lace Edging - Home Decor Unusual Mid Century Lidded Candy Dish Compote


An amber glass rectangular shaped candy dish with an ornate lid in a very unusual shape. This was the Lace Edge pattern made by Indiana Glass in 1958 and has since been discontinued.

It has a pedestal base. The body is ribbed with vertical lines and is trimmed with (not exactly the lace pattern seen in Anchor Hocking milk glass but) puffed semi-circle shapes all around the top edges.

The lid has ribbing that comes from the center. There are a puffed semi-circle shapes all around the loop handle. The top of the loop handle features the same puffed circle shape but it is closed.

There are no chips or cracks. This retro home decor item is in nice vintage condition.

Measures about 8" high to the top of the loop on the lid.

Including the trim, the dish portion is about 5 1/2' by 7 1/2".

Without the lid, the dish portion is about 4" high. Base is 2 1/2" by 4" rectangle.


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