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I'm pleased to offer this lovely powder jar / puff box. The pattern is known as CURTSY which is readily confused with DANCING GIRL as they are nearly identical and often identified as one and the same.
She stands approximately 6" high and has a diameter of about 5". You can barely see where the base is embossed with TOUSSANT GLASS. I had to use a paper and rub with a pencil for the embossing to show.
The base to the cover has some small chips. I tried taking pictures but they are very difficult to see, particularly when the lid is in place.
Pictures and information can be found on page 26-27 of "Bedroom & Bathroom Glassware of The Depression Years" by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer.
As I like my customers happy and satisfied with their purchases, I welcome and encourage any questions and will gladly provide additional pictures.
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Depression Era Curtsy / Dancing Girl Puff Box Powder Jar Frosted Green Toussant
$40 USD SOLD
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