One of the most popular dinnerware patterns by Federal Glass, these milk white glass dishes decorated with a 22K gold bamboo pattern were initially manufactured in 1959-1966. Some of the pieces were reissued in 1978-1979 but these Salad Plates were not reissued and are therefore from the early manufacture date .
In Pristine Condition! Though it is very difficult to tell in the photos, this design is a shiny gold and is fully intact. No chips or nicks are found and the glass remains glossy.
The Federal Glass logo is on the bottom and the insignia includes the statement "Heat Proof" which would indicate they can at a minimum be safely placed on warm in the oven.
If you wish to purchase less than the eight plates pictured here, please email and let me know the amount you are interested in. The current price is for EIGHT Plates and the shipping rate will reflect their weight.
Several items in this pattern are listed and may be combined for shipping.
*Please note that a similar pattern with a wheat and flower decoration was also produced at about the same time and are often found mislabeled as "Golden Glory." This pattern is one of Bamboo Leaves.
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