Vintage Clear Glass Pedestal Round Covered Candy Dish Ornate w/ 2 Handles - Wedding Decor - Unusual Mid Century Lidded Candy Display Jar


A clear glass round shaped candy dish with an ornate pressed glass design on the base and lid. It has a very unusual shape that includes 2 handles on the sides and a square base. It has a slight Art Deco feel to it.

It has a pedestal stem has a ball in the center before you get to the rounded square base itself. The lid has an elongated knob on the top. The handles also have a couple of bead shapes in the glass where they are attached to the main section of this lidded dish or jar.

The body and the lid have a swirl pattern pressed into the glass - quite lovely.

There are no chips or cracks in this retro home decor or display piece. In nice vintage condition.

Including the lid, it is about 7 1/4” high. The body of the jar or dish alone is about 4 1/3” high. It has an approx 6” diameter. The square sides of the base are 3” long.


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