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This is an adorable porcelain serving dish that was designed to use for serving mayonnaise, jelly, jam, mustard or other condiment. It has a green border, yellow flowers, purple and pink daisies, purple and pink roses, green leaves, and gold trim. It is in excellent condition. I found one fleck of paint off a rose petal (see pic #3 about 4 o'clock) and there is a little staining under the cover (tan) and on the top edge of the bowl (light pink). The lady I got it from said her mother used it for serving her homemade spiced grape jelly - I would say that may have caused the stain. You may be able to clean it off, but I'm not sure how and don't want to damage it. There is also a black speck under the glaze inside. This is unmarked. The under-plate is attached. 2-1/2" to the top of the bowl, 3-1/2" to the top of the handle, about 4-3/4" at the widest.

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Antique Condiment Mayonnaise Jelly Jam Mustard Serving Jar with Cover

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Feedback: 296 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.