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This square milk glass cake stand was made around 1960. The square plate has rounded corners, a scalloped edge and a diamond-shaped texture on the underside. The plate is supported by a faceted pedestal foot. Great for displaying baked goods, fruit or anything that needs a lift.

Measures a hair over 4 1/2 inches high, about 10 5/8 inches square, 12 3/8 inches from corner to corner. This piece would comfortably fit an 8 inch square cake--a 9 inch square would fit, but be a little tight.

Overall condition is good, with no chips, crack or repairs. Minor variations in the color and molding, and a few light scratches to the top of the plate.

I love cake stands and generally have a few in my shop. If you don’t see what you are looking for, let me know and I will do my best to find it for you!

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