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This beautiful dresser tray is made with the Dithridge Glass Company of Pittsburgh (1861-1900). This is part of a series of boudoir glass made primarily in the 1880s. As most Dithridge pieces are, this ornate little tray is decorated with a cold-paint edging which is applied on top of the glass and is not fired to become permanent. This process caused the edging to wear easily - just as it has done in this piece.

Dithridge pieces are marked with a number - this piece is marked 176. The little tray measures approx 9.25 inches x 5 inches. The glass features a rose/floral pattern and the edges are scalloped.

The tray is in great condition for its age - no chip or cracks - just some wear on the edging paint. Excellent piece of 19th century milk glass.

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Antique Vanity Tray - Made in Dithridge Glass Company 19th Century

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: milk glass, usa
  • Feedback: 82 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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