12/09/2017 11:30 AM
(2) PIECE MANHATTAN GLASS (PLATTER AND RELISH TRAY)
Age. See below
Composition. Clear glass
Size. See below
Rating: 9 – 8
Comments. This pair was made by the Anchor Hocking Glass Company between 1938 and 1941 in the pattern known as” Manhattan”. It consists of a 16” wide relish tray which has tab handles with dull saw tooth ends and four divided sections as well as a center section. Also included 16” wide plate/tray which also has tab handles with dull saw tooth edges. Both pieces have raised circular ridges underneath. Both are in good shape with no breaks having normal use wear, have some soiling and the divided dish has a chip underneath. Just in time for the holidays you can serve your guests the retro way this season.
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