In Anchor Hocking's Wexford Pattern, this covered glass butter dish sparkles in the light. The popular Wexford pattern of quilted diamonds by Anchor Hocking was manufactured beginning in the 1960's. Wexford was created not long after Hocking's Prescut patterns (EAPC, Oatmeal, and Pineapple) had received such a warm embrace. Wexford by Hocking was and is an economical way of bringing glassware with the look of cut glass into any home.
The bottom tray of the covered butter dish measures approximately 7 7/8" from tab handle to tab handle and 3 1/2" across from scalloped edge to scalloped edge. A little roughness can be felt on the bottom of the cover which is typical and insignificant. No visible nicks, chips, or cracks found on either piece. The butter dish and cover are in Excellent Condition.
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