Antique EAPG McKee Bros TALL Pedestal Cake Stand Plate

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 24,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Outstanding example of late 1800s Victorian EAPG glass, a stunning high standard pedestal cake stand, the pattern is Ball and Swirl, made by McKee & Bros Circa 1890s, a ornate crystal clear cake stand, this pattern is known for its timeless and appealing pattern. It has deep and crisply pressed ribs in a swirled design on both the top of the plate and up the pedestal stem with large clear candlewick style balls around the border of the plate.

This stand throws off sparks when the light hits its ornate and decorative pattern of swirling ribs and beads.

This is a stunning cake stand and in beautiful condition and it measures 9 1/2" Wide X 7 1/2" Tall. T are no chips, cracks or repairs. It does have a few strawmarks, bubbles and use marks that are characteristic of glass from this period, inside the pedestal foot t is some roughness which I believe is from the molding process, teensy bits of extra glass.

I will double box this cake stand to insure its safe arrival to its new home....

A STUNNING ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION!

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Winning bidder is expected to contact me within 3 days with shipping and payment information, payment is due within 10 days.
I will ship this FedEx, I find they have the best rate and I ship on Wednesday.

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