Bryce Higbee & Co. made glass items in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania from 1879 - 1907. This piece was made by that company in 1904. The pattern most often is referred to as "Anona". Other names it has been called are "Button & Star Panel" and "Twin Teardrops". It measures 6 1/4" across the center of the top and is 2 1/2" tall. When placed under a black light, this glows brilliantly, often a testament to old age in glass. You can see what I mean by looking at my additional pictures. Condition is wonderful, especially considering the age.
EAPG Bryce Higbee & Co "Anona" Candy Dish / Bowl, c. 1904
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