In Anchor Hocking's Wexford Pattern, this covered Canister 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.
There were four sizes of these canisters and were generally referred to as "The Flour, Sugar, Coffee, or Tea". This Canister is not the smallest but is the 5 1/4" Tall "Coffee" size. The canisters were made with snug fitting tops that are plastic lined. This canister has its snug fitting top with its plastic insert intact and stain free. It measures 3 1/2" square and 5 1/4" tall. The glass is clear and no damage is found. Whether using this for food storage, a covered candy, or as an enticing gift "wrap." The canister is in Excellent Condition.
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