This pattern milk glass celery/relish tray sits on a silverplate holder. The holder measures 9" tall and is about 10 l/4 inches long, and about 6 3/4 inches to handle. The celery tray is 2 inches tall by l0 l/4 long and 4 l/2 inches wide. This holder is marked Bergh Silver Plate Co. and has the #803.
The milk glass tray has a small rim chip and has no other chips or or cracks. I found the chip after someone emailed me as to the name of this pattern glass. It is original to the holder. If anyone needs pictures of the mold lines, please email me.
This pattern was made by McKee Glass Company in a Pres-cut pattern called "Quintec" which was developed by the company in the early 1900s. After McKee closed in 1950 this pattern was made by both Kemple Glass and L.E.. Smith Glass. This celery tray is an old McKee issued milk glass. The bottom has mold lines typically found in old milk glass and also when you check out the 4 mold lines they are not polished out as would be found in new milk glass.
I have included a Reed and Barton pickle fork in the Renaissance pattern to go with this celery/relish tray. The Renaissance pattern was made by Reed & Barton and has a pattern date of ll/30/86 on it. Very hard to find Renaissance pattern silverplate items.
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