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Macbeth Evans produced this depression glass pattern in the 1930s and 40s. This rare pattern was crafted from an opaque ivory glass, similar to milk glass, and features an intricately scrolled border that is both subtle and elegant. It is a solid, opaque glass that feels similar in weight and texture to jadite. Mixes well with jadite, other depression glass patterns, or even vintage porcelain china patterns. Classic and elegant enough for special occasions, but subtle and durable enough for everyday use!
Size: each plate measures approximately 9.75" in diameter. No chips, cracks, or other damage. These plates show virtually no signs of use!
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