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Vintage Chase Brass & Copper Company Basket Divided Candy Dish. During the 1930s, homemakers who took their entertaining duties seriously all clamored for chrome tableware items made by the Chase Brass & Copper Company. The objects, everything from nut bowls, candy dishes and serving trays to toothpick holders, were sold in special Chase displays within large department stores. Their products were promoted by Emily Post and featured in her 1935 book, How to Give Buffet Suppers.

Today, Chase chrome tableware objects are highly sought after as icons of modernism. This piece is a divided Candy Dish in the shape of a basket. It has a fixed divided glass insert, is 4 1/2" tall to the top of the handle when extended and is 5 1/2" across by 1 1/4" deep and is marked on the bottom with the Chase logo.

It is good condition, has a small flat chip along one of the edges that is really not noticeable and has some light scratching on the bottom from being slid across a tabletop.

Great addition to your collection or mid century modern decor. Please see our other listings for additional pieces art deco style and chrome pieces,



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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Primary color: Clear
  • Secondary color: Silver
  • Materials: chrome, glass
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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