This is Westmoreland's Line #1884, BG-33, Beaded Grape 5" Low Footed Honey with lid.
Westmoreland introduced the Beaded Grape pattern in their Catalog #173 in 1963. It was supposed to have replaced the Paneled Grape pattern and take a hand in transitioning the Paneled Grape items with the Beaded Edge dinnerware that was already being made, but the mold costs were expensive and it was not as profitable as Westmoreland had hoped. This may eventually make the Beaded Grape items harder to find.
CONDITION: Free from any damage, Marked with the WG mark inside the lid.
SIZE: 5" Tall X 4-1/2" Square. It is a heavy weight, weighing 2 pounds and 4 ounces.
This piece makes a great vanity catch-all, candy jar, coffee table dish, or use on a desk for all sorts of things. Take the lid off and it becomes a condiment dish at the table. Very useful item and collectible too.
REFERENCE: "Westmoreland Glass, The Popular Years, 1940-1985" by Lorraine Kovar, Copyright 2004.
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