This large glass salad or serving bowl is in Anchor Hocking's Wexford Pattern. The popular Wexford is a sparkling pattern of quilted diamonds that began manufacture in the 1960's. Wexford by Hocking was and is an economical way of bringing glassware with the look of cut glass into any home. The bowl is 9 1/2" wide and approximately 5" tall. The bowl was made to serve several purposes acting as a serving bowl, salad bowl or the punch bowl base.
The diamond like pattern sparkles in the light. No chips or cracks found. The bowl is in Excellent Condition.The shipping charge reflects the fact that the glass is thick and heavy.
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