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This is a mold pressed, milk glass, footed goblet, shaped vase. It is unmarked, but most likely made by the Indiana Glass Company in the 1950s. The pattern is 'Teardrop'. This piece has 3 'ribs' inside the 'cup' - on which a pillar candle could sit.

This type of milk glass is known as 'dead white' - meaning solid white - milk glass.
These pieces of milk glass are not in any terms RARE. However they are versatile, functional and very pretty.
I used a whole collection of similar pieces for wedding decorations and now I use a variety of these on my dresser to hold my bangle collection. Perfection!
They would dress up your desk and be happy to hold paper clips and rubber bands, or they would also look lovely in your bathroom holding q-tips, cotton balls, or soap!

Specifics:
Condition: Mint
8" tall
6" diameter at top
3.5" diameter at bottom

weight: 1.5 lbs

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Milk Glass Footed Compote Goblet

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: milk glass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 260 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people