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Early American Prescut (EAPC) was introduced in the early 1960's by Anchor Hocking and quickly became a popular pattern. The economical glassware offered the appearance of more expensive cut glass but could be afforded by the average household. Because of the stars within the pattern, the design was dubbed "Star of David" by its collectors. The larger pieces within this pattern also exhibit an atomic or orbit type of design as can be seen on this platter.
This 13 1/2" Multi-purpose tray or serving platter within the EAPC line serves many purposes. The most obvious use-- a serving plate or a deli tray. But the platter was also created to be the tray used within the Lazy Susan, or under the punch bowl in place of the punch bowl base, or as per photo--this is the same platter used with the cake plate base to create the pedestal cake plate.
The crystal clear platter is in Excellent Condition. No nicks, or breaks found. Occasional scuffing can be noted when holding it up to the light.
This glass is very weighty and the shipping charges will reflect that weight. You may wish to see other items in this shop within this pattern. (Currently the base--shown in the last photo-- to create the pedestal cake plate is also available within this shop.) Multiple item purchases will be securely packaged and shipped together for a combined shipping rate.
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13 1/2" Large Early American Prescut (Star of David) Serving Platter
$15 USD SOLD
If in Maryland; visit me at Leonardtown Maryland Antique Center.
Single Purchases Should Be PAID WHEN ORDER IS PLACED -Unpaid orders will usually be canceled within 24 hours.