Its large size, and combination of clear and frosted glass, make this a striking piece. With the lid in place, it measures 7.5 inches tall, and is 7 inches wide. There is a factory flaw under the rim of the top, and a few shallow dings under the bowl. They can be felt, but are difficult to see. I have included ENLARGED photos. This antique, lidded butter dish, candy dish, or compote was made by Gillinder and Sons, Philadelphia,PA, circa 1877. I apologize for the high shipping, but this weighs about 2 pounds, before careful packing.
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