This is a single lunch plate in the Bordette Cremax pattern made by MacBeth-Evans. It is white glass with a yellow fired on painted border along the pie crust crimped edge. The plate is 9 1/4" wide. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks, but there are utensil marks and light scratches from use. Cremax was made from 1938-1944, so it fits in the categories of Depression Glass and 1940s-50s-60s glass.
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