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This is a sweet little dish that looks like the type they used in victorian days to hold calling cards in the entry way of a home. If you went to call on someone back then and they were not home, you left your card with the butler and it was put into the tray. When the homeowners returned home, they would know that you had been there.

This could be used to hold jewelry, fancy candies, or even used as an elegant butter dish for
a special dinner.

In excellent vintage condition, it measures 7 " from handle to handle, and 5 1/2" across the middle.
It is marked on the back with "made in occupied Japan"; items coming from Japan right after WWll had to be marked as such.

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Vintage Silver Toned Metal Dish Made in Occupied Japan


  • Vintage item
  • Material: metal
  • Only ships within United States.
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