During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Westmoreland Glass (then known as Westmoreland Specialty) produced a broad range of pressed milk glass novelty or decorative plates. Some are common, while others are not. Some were reproduced in the 1950s by the company while others weren't.
This plate is rather uncommon. It has as its center the image of a large, shaggy dog in relief. The border is reticulated, consisting of arches,
Size: 5.875" in diameter.
Condition: as new, no wear or damage. It is unusual to find these plates without chips or nicks to the complex border, but this is a rare survivor.
Item ID: 4233
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