Vintage Turquoise Glass Nappy | Blue Glass Candy Dish with Handle | Quintec Pattern by McKee

$23.99

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Item details

Vintage from the 1960s

Materials

Vintage Turquoise Glass Nappy, McKee Quintec Star Cane Glass

Pretty vintage turquoise glass nappy by McKee. 1960s Quintec pattern is pressed glass with star, cane, panel design. You can use it has a candy dish, as a nappy for holding napkins or as a serving dish. It has a saw tooth rim and heavy glass handle. It is in very good vintage condition (no chips or cracks). It measures about 2.5 inches tall and 5.5 inches in diameter.

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