Cambridge Wildflower four-toed, three part, oval, celery and relish dish with tab handles. In production through the 1940s and 1950s, the Wildflower pattern features a beautiful floral design etched on the exteriors. Dish measures 12 3/8" from tab edge to tab edge, 10" in interior length, 7 3/8" exterior width dimension, and 6 7/8" interior width. Dish rises 2 1/8" from the table top with an interior depth of 1 1/2". Weight before packing is almost three pounds. Near fine undamaged condition with no chips or cracks, just some light scratches on the bottom that come from normal wear.
The Cambridge Class Company of Cambridge, Ohio was in operation from 1907 until 1958. The firm made many types and colors of class, including Carnival glass. When they went out of business, many of their molds were sold to the Imperial Glass Company of Bellaire, Ohio and have been reproduced.