EAPG Butter Dish

On the Victorian table, the butter dish was a big, bold and prominent feature. Butter was made in copious round butter molds for these dishes.

This example is deeply molded in a combination of bullseyes, stars, fans and a serpentine 'zipper' band that runs around the elements. The edges and the top knob are heavily gilded which is largely still intact. The pattern is call "Star in a Bull's Eye. The pattern was No. 15092 of the U.S. Glass Co. and was put out in 1907 and possible before.

The width across the base is approx 8" and the height is 5".

There are a few small chips on the inner rim of the base.

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$40

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