This glass butter dish has a domed lid and a scalloped edge base with sawtooth edging. The dome has a wonderful sunburst pattern. What a beautiful way to serve butter at your next gathering of friends and family!
This pattern was first introduced by McKee Glass in 1910, was later reintroduced by L. E. Smith in the 1940s-1960s and again by Kemple Glass in the 1970s.
This piece is in very good vintage condition with two fleabites on the underside of the lid, but the rest of the butter dish has no chips, cracks or repairs.
The base measures approximately 6-3/4″ in diameter by 1-1/4″ high. The lid measures approximately 5″ in diameter by 4″ high. This piece, with the base and lid together, measures approximately 5″ high.
This piece is heavy glass weighing over 2 pounds, which is reflected in the shipping. We happily refund excess shipping charges!
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