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** Aloha! I will be traveling until January 20. All purchases will be shipped after my return. Stay tuned for lots of new listings when I get back! **

Lovely milk glass cake plate in the Spanish Lace pattern by Fenton. The edge of the plate is adorned with an elegant band of colorless glass. This is a slightly smaller diameter than many cake plates of the period and would make a great display for wedding cakes or cupcakes.

Measures 4 1/2 inches high, about 10 3/4 inches diameter overall, about 8 1/2 inches of usable plate space. Unmarked, 1960s.

Overall condition is very good, with no chips, cracks or repairs. Very minimal wear to top surface of plate, minor variations in the color and molding of the glass.

I love cake plates! Click here to see more milk glass in my shop:
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