Vintage Westmoreland White Old Quilt Pedestal Dish & Lid - Retro Milk Glass Compote Home Decor - Candy Dish w/ Textured Glass


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A vintage lidded white milk glass candy dish by Westmoreland. The dish is in a square shape and has a shirt pedestal base that is round.

The Westmoreland pattern is called Old Quilt and it was in production from about 1940 to 1984. This is a great piece of retro pressed glass and has so many possible uses - candy dish, trinket box, or a neutral decor piece in any room.

This glass lidded dish has the Westmoreland stamp on the underside of the lid. It was referred to as a compote by the company although it really looks more like a lidded candy dish.

Measures about 4 3/4” high to the top of the knob on the lid. The sides of the square top are about 5" long.

In nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks.

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