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Vintage 1950's Federal Glass Amber Pioneer Fruit Pattern Crimped Edge 7.5" Round Candy Bowl or Knick Knack Dish

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This is a beautiful vintage 1950's Federal Glass Amber Crimped Edge Round Bowl. The pattern is 'Pioneer', one of the later patterns of the Federal Glass Company, which features a fruit design. It measures approximately 7.5 inches across, is about 2 inches deep and weighs about one pound. This item is in excellent condition - no cracks or nicks, nice smooth edges.

This is a discontinued item as the Federal Glass Company went out of business in 1977.

Some history:
"Pioneer is rugged looking with solid, rather thick, ruffled sides around an octagonal center section. Often the center has intaglio fruit designs. Intaglio is the term for designs that are deeply recessed; some intaglio is cut or sandblasted, but the designs can be molded as well. Federal's Pioneer intaglio is molded. The style has elements of the much older pressed pattern glass. Pioneer came in a small set, primarily serving pieces such as bowls."


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Vintage 1950's Federal Glass Amber Pioneer Fruit Pattern Crimped Edge 7.5" Round Candy Bowl or Knick Knack Dish

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: Glass
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