This large and sturdy chrome finish cake saver was made by Everedy of Frederick, MD. The comfortable black handle has the appearance of Bakelite but may be another molded plastic. The reflective finish of the chrome top still remains shiny and no signs of finish loss noted. There is a very fine pin point pattern of possible overspray from something clear on the very top of the lid that can be noted when it is held at an angle to the light but the surface remains smooth. The top has tabs that lock into place onto the bottom. There is one area of wear noted to the bottom that is shown on the photo. Overall the cake holder is in Great Condition, with signs of use, minimal wear, no dents or rust, some scratches, very clean. Underneath the bottom is something that appears to be glue residue from possible masking tape around the foot-- this is not sticky. My guess is that it was put on to protect a surface-- perhaps like the enamel surface found on a Hoosier cabinet that easily sustains black marks from stainless, chrome, and other metals. The bottom tray measures 13 1/4 inches diameter, the lid measures 11 1/4" in diameter & 4 3/4 inches high. Stamped on the center bottom (though difficult to see): The Everedy Co., Frederick, MD, made in USA.
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