AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE FREELTON ANTIQUE MALL, BOOTH 303 ON THE 2ND FLOOR
This is a cut glass serving dish originally produced by McKee & Bros. from 1880 to 1905. The pattern was known by two names, originally "IHC" (Imitation Heavy Clear) and in 1894 the name changed to "Teutonic".
It is a rectangle with sides that curve up with fan shaped edges. Originally intended as a relish tray, it could be beautifully repurposed as a trinket dish, soap dish, catchall or candy dish. A beautiful antique dish that would add elegance to a special occasion or to add a touch of sparkle to your home decor.
Measures 8-3/8" x 3-1/2" x 1-7/8"