An antique glass honey dish featuring a stippled and fern pattern. This is a rectangle shape with lovely rounded handles at both ends of the base. The sides show a lacy pattern and we also see beading. The fern pattern is highlighted by a stippled effect within the glass. This sits upon four legs to raise it off of a table surface.
Manufactured by the Cooperative Flint Glass Co., this is their #101 pattern known as Crossed Ferns. This dates to right around the turn of the 20th Century.
Measuring 7.25" long, 5.5" at the widest area and 4.25" tall to top of handle we find this in splendid antique condition. There is no damage to report. It is beautiful!
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