The trefoil or three-part dish dates from the 1950's. It is heavy glass with an etched morning glory flower on one section of the lid, and heart-shaped leaves on the other lid sections. There are small "dew drops" of glass between the sections and 2 round dots on each side.
Perfect for condiments or colorful candies, this dish is 7" at the widest point, 1 3/4" high without the lid and 3 1/2" high including the lid and small handle. It is in very good condition, the only exception is a small rough area, shown in the labeled photo. This may be tiny nicks or an area where the glass was not fire-polished.
Divided dishes were so popular in the mid 1900's - every good hostess in the 50's and 60's probably had one or more. The lid makes this one especially useful as well as very attractive.
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