EAPG Covered Butter Dish Two Band Pattern
This is the lovely covered butter dish is the Two Band pattern. The pattern seems to have been made by several companies, Doyle being one of them. The handles and the finial look like a section of a split rail fence. The pattern looks like a chain of honeycombs. These old butter dishes are still to the day a most functional service piece on your table.
I have recently purchased a small but impressive collection of EAPG, Early American pattern glass. There are sets of goblets and many singles, including some very hard to find patterns. Celery Vases, goblets, open sugars - known also as buttermilks and more! If your looking to start a collection or set your table with the panache of EAPG
DIMENSIONS: Bottom - 7 ¾" across handle to handle x 5 ½" in diameter x 2 5/8" tall Top- 5 ¾" in diameter x 5 ¾" tall when resting on bottom
CONDITION: The edges in some places are rough, there are a couple of small chips and chiggers. All in all it is most presentable
Item ID: B382