Anchor Hocking began manufacturing Early American Prescut (EAPC) in the 1960's. The pattern became fondly known as "Star of David" due to the star within the design. The popular glassware has an elegant "cut" glass look that most households could afford. In the 60's, the prized pieces in this pattern ranged from the beloved Punch Bowl that was seen at every Bridal or Baby Shower --all the way to pieces used more commonly on the table like the Salt & Pepper.
This divided candy or relish dish has the saw toothed edge enjoyed on many of the pieces in this pattern. With tab handles included, the dish is 10" long by 5 3/4" wide. There are a few scuff marks on the bottom but no nicks or chips found and the sparkling glass remains crystal clear. The thick and solid glass is weighty which is reflected in the price of the shipping.
**PLEASE SEE THE MANY OTHER STAR OF DAVID (EAPC) PIECES IN THIS SHOP. Orders can be combined to save on shipping charges.
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