Red & Clear Glass Kings Crown Compote / Covered Jar w/ Lid - Pedestal Candy Jar Clear w/ Red Flash Color - Mid century Home Decor

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Kings Crown with Ruby Flash by Tiffin Franciscan. This pattern was made from 1950 to 1962.

Beautiful red and clear King's Crown glass covered compote or candy jar with a lid. The sides of the lidded jar are decorated with a plain band at the top and then a band of the thumbprint dots and zig zag shapes are under that. The base has a matching design. The lid also has a plain band on the outer edge with the King's crown pattern (thumbprint impressions and the zig zag lines) on the top near the knob. The knob also has a decorative zig zag at its very top.

Measures approx. 7" with the lid on. Top opening is 5" across. Base has a 3" diameter.

This cheerful lidded jar is in nice vintage condition with no cracks. Under the lid, on the rim of the jar there is a chip - see photo closeup for detail. A flea bite chip is in the same place near the inner chip on the outside of the lid. Some light wear to the red flash on the lid - small but present. Price reflects condition.

Very nice red and clear glass art glass piece from the mid century.


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