Green Depression glass Divided Dish with Silver Lidded Covering.
Metal used in the lid and base is non magnetic and is soft, not rigid as stainless might be.
At the bottom base is stamped 466 which has been seen on 19 century Art Nouveau items, though with the divided green glass dish I would suspect 1930s. A light pantinated surface exists.
The metal enclosure has not been polished, appearance shown in photo may not adequately show the trueness to form it holds.
It does show having been well cared for over the decades other then described in condition below.
Product Quantity: Only 1 item in stock.
Condition: Good with a couple small and minor chips at bottom base rim of glass dish, otherwise without scratches or wear associated with usage. Very good for the lidded metal housing condition, with some light marks and a few near invisible and minor dimples on lid. There had been a small area on the upper edge that recently shows signs of a light nick, again very minor. In this it appears the silver type plating is substantial, if this is what resides on the lid, otherwise possibly a solid metal composition exist in metal crafting. Please see Photos
Size: approx. H: 3.25" x Dia: 7.75", includes all 3 pieces in sizing; Dish, Base Cover and Lid.
Weight: 2 lbs 5.0 oz | ~ Ship (3.1lbs)
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