This is a pink Depression glass ashtray or bonbon with a center heart handle. It can also be used as a candy dish, bonbon, or tidbit. The scalloped notched along the rim were intended for cigarette rests, though. The dish is 6 7/8" wide. It was originally made by Greensburg Glass, but later the mold was used by L.E. Smith. Smith produced this bonbon in the 1920s-30s. It can be seen photographed in the book L.E. Smith Glass Company The First 100 Years, by Tom Felt, on page 156. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
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