Masonic Restaurant Ware Dish Match Toothpick Candle Food Holder - image 1 of 7

This old Masonic dish / bowl is a rare one. It was made by Warwick China, circa 1930.

This is hefty restaurant ware and appears to have multi potential uses.

The center holds a candle or...? The plate around the center is good for cigar/cigarette ashes or for non-smokers, some after dinner treats.

The side 'chimney' has the Masonic symbol of the ~G~ with the conjoined Square and Compasses which is the single most identifiable symbol of Freemasonry. The slot may have been used for matches or toothpicks.

The dish measures 6 3/4 inches across. It's 2 1/2 inches high at the symbol holder.

Bottom is marked with the WARWICK hallmark of a helmet.

There's slight wear to the gilded lines around the plate. There are NO chips, cracks, crazing or fleabites. This heavy restaurant ware was made to last and this rare piece has done just that.

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