The pattern for this dish has several different names: Priscilla, Crown Jewell, Alexis, Sun & Star, Steele, and Late Moon and Star. Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton of Findlay, Ohio produced the pattern, Crown Jewel pattern in the late 1880s. The pattern was shown in the 1896 Montgomery Ward Catalog. Priscilla and Sun and Star are most often used as the pattern name.
The dish is 7" x 7" x 1" deep. It has a triangle type shape. Although it appears to be divided, the dish is open and without divisions. There are some utensil marks, but there are no chips or cracks and there is no roughness on the edges. The glass is still clear. The piece has been black light tested and glows green under the UV.
Item ID: PW577
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