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1930's Marigold Carnival Glass Normandie Divided Plates

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Set of two beautiful iridescent Marigold Carnival Glass grill divider plates in the Normandie pattern by Federal Glass Co. in the 1930's.

The Federal Glass Co. produced the Normandie pattern also known as Bouquet and Lattice from 1933-1940. The Normandie or Bouquet and Lattice pattern is on the exterior of the divided plates while the interior is smooth.

These plates would make for a great decorative or functional piece. They are both in great condition with no chips, marks, cracks, or repairs and measures at approximately 3/4" high and 11" in diameter.

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1930's Marigold Carnival Glass Normandie Divided Plates

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: Glass
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