This pretty serving bowl was offered and manufactured by Anchor Hocking. The official title of this 1960's pattern is Early American Prescut (EAPC). Because of the star within the design, the household name for the glassware became "Star of David." Anchor Hocking made a variety of different pieces in this line from salt & pepper shakers to the more elaborate punch bowl set. Even though EAPC offered the look of more expensive cut glass, its reasonable pricing made it available to most households. This footed bowl has three "feet" or "toes," a saw toothed upper rim, and measures 6 3/4". The glass remains clear-- no cloudiness or chips found. There are a few lines in the glass that appear to be from manufacture and a few scratches--this one is not perfect but remains very useful and a pretty way to serve fruits and sauces (ex: cranberry sauce, apple sauce, strawberries, blueberries etc...)
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