In February of 1930, Cambridge introduced several new treatments to then-current production colors. Rose Du Barry was one of these new offerings. In this case, a covered candy with a base color of Peach-blo was used, with one side acid-etched. Additionally, this piece was enhanced with a silver application to the knob, two bands of silver leaf trim encrusted on the lid, and thin bands of silver applied to both the lid and the jar. There is minor wear to the silver on the knob commensurate with use and one or two tiny spots of wear to the leaf bands. Otherwise, condition is excellent and the candy measures approximately 6" in diameter. This is a hard color treatment to find and in the right light, the piece glows from within.
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