This example is a new candy dish in a design frequently mistaken for Depression era glass. On the lid and on the dish itself the piece has a spokes design reminiscent of some glass patterns made during that era, but the piece is not old. Though there is no permanent marking on the dish to determine who made it later, on the secondary market, it is a product of the Kedaung Industrial Group of Malaysia and would have originally had a KIG sticker to identify it when imported.
Collectors of Depression era glass should try to make themselves aware of the many newer types of glass being made by companies today in an effort to fill the demand for older looking designs. Designs are being made both in clear glass and in colors such as pale blue and 'Depression pink.'
This piece is 7 in tall by 4 in wide.
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