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Circa: 1919-1940's Condition: Used Very Good To Excellent Color: White Country of Origin: United States Manufacturer: Westmoreland
This is an antique Westmoreland milk glass compote. This is a cupped rounded compote that stands 6 1/8" tall and has an octagon foot. No chips or cracks. This is a lovely vintage 1910-1940's era piece for your collection. Designed as a compote to hold fruit or other items. This vintage piece is in excellent condition. A nice piece to enjoy for yourself or gift giving. Keep in mind that this item is used and will have signs of normal wear. This would make a nice addition to your collection or to give as a gift. Please see pictures.
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