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Early milk glass hen on lace edge base, has turned head ...I believe it was produced by the Atterbury Glass Company as she displays inset glass eyes, her head is lower than her tail, front seam runs through egg on left front, also seam runs between eggs on back...top seams on head,beak & tail display a see-thru character...she has a "V" color mark within the glass(see 5th photo)..the interior of the lid has a light bluish color(see 6th photo)...there is a chip on her tail(last photo, close to top of tail on left side in photo), otherwise she has no other chipping, some roughage to seams, no cracks..she measures 6 3/4" to top of tail.. when displayed, it measures approx. 7 3/4"long, the base measures approx 3 1/2"high, 7 1/2"long, 5 7/8" wide...pretty covered animal dish to add to your collection..
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Early Milk Glass Hen on Lace Edge Base
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