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Beautiful pressed glass cake stand in warm amber in the 'Thousand Eye' pattern, made by Adams Glass Co. in the 1870s. EAPG (early American pattern glass) cake stands such as this one were made in many patterns and colors. Now over 100 years old, they make a great way to display or wedding cake or other baked goods.

Measures 7 1/4 inches high, 10 3/4 inches diameter overall, 9 inches diameter inside the frosting lip, should accommodate an 8 inch round cake. Unmarked.

Glass from this period is more than 100 years old and sometimes has tiny flaws such as bubbles, inclusions, fold lines and other irregularities in the glass--these are perfectly normal and expected issues that occurred in the making of the piece. You can also expect utensil marks on the top of the plate from use.

Unfortunately, there is a large chip in the frosting lip at the top of the plate. There is also what appears to be a small popped bubble and inclusion in the outer edge of the plate. The plate sits centered and level on the pedestal foot. Previous owner's identification label is on the inside of the foot.

** I love cake stands and always try to have a few in my shop--check back often! If you don't see what you want, please contact me and I will do my best to help you find just the right piece. **

I also have this pattern in blue glass, as you see in the last image. To see it and other cake stands in my shop, click here to see:

See my blog post on on vintage cake stands here:

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Victorian Amber Glass Cake Stand Thousand Eye Pattern Adams 1870s EAPG