EAPG RUBY STAINED TACOMA BUTTER DISH W/ LID - CIRCA 1900 (E)
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The Tacoma pattern was made by the Greensburg Glass Co. of Greensburg, Ind. circa 1894. The pattern was continued by The National Glass Co. when they merged in 1900 at the Model Flint Glass Co. factory in Albany, Ind. The original name of the pattern was Greensburg Model No. 907. It is also known as Jeweled Diamond and Fan, and as Triple X. This Ruby Stained Covered Butter 5-1/2 inches tall to the top of the lid finial. The lid is 5 inches in diameter and the plate is 7-1/4 inches in diameter with a Ruby Stained rim. The staining is in excellent condition with just a very few scratches. The glass is very clear. There may be some bubbles and straw marks but there are no chips, flakes or cracks.
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- Type / Pattern
- GREENSBURGH GLASS CO. & MODEL FLINT GLASS CO
- Width: 7.25 inches
- Height: 5.5 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound
- EARLY AMERICAN PATTERN GLASS