Glasbake oval divided dish in clear glass Circa: 1950s

This is a very vintage (probably 50s or slightly before) oval baking dish in clear glass. Glasbake was made by the McKee glass company until it was sold to Jeanette in 1961. The embossed label says Glasbake/J-239/USA. It is oval and measures 12 inches across from handle to handle. It is divided with each side holding about 2 cups worth on a liquid measure. It is perfect for serving slaw and condiments. The bottom is beaded to give a bit of grip to the surface so prevent knocking or sliding.

There are no issues to report. The glass is clear and without chips, etching or cracks.

Item ID: OT-1952

$12 USD

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