Antique Green Depression Glass Cake Plate SHAGGY ROSE
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Sold Date: 08/17/2008
Channel: Online Auction
FRESH FROM A LOCAL FAMILY ESTATE SALE COMES THIS INCREDIBLE FIND FOR THE Antique Green Depression Glass Cake Plate CollectorThis auction is for a vintage green depression glass cake plate in the SHAGGY ROSE pattern. set of 2 matching pressed glass open salts. This footed cake plate measures 10" diameter, tall and 3/4" tall. The glass patterned cake plate is in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. This cake plate is shown in my reference book on cake plates titled Mauzy's Cake Plates, by Barbara and Jim Mauzy. A beautiful example of Pink Depression Glass in a Shaggy Rose Pattern. I want thank-you for looking at all my unique auction listings. I list on Ebay as a hobby and find my items in local estates, private collections, flea markets, and antique sales and auctions. I do combine items for shipping to save postage fees. Because of rising packing supply costs, I have a under $1 handling fee to help defray the cost and ensure safe delivery. My auctions are never ended early for Ebay Offers. I do print online labels, which will show the actual postage charge for shipping. All my items are antiques and vintage which are not NEW and UNUSED. Most items have normal wear and or slight discoloration from years being exposed to use. PlEASE DO NOT EXPECT BRAND SPANKING NEW ITEMS. I strive to accurately list with descriptions that contains and damage. Most depresssion and glass has flaws and imperfection in the glass from manufacturing, of which due to the number of listings I can not note all flaws. We have met many nice friends, co-sellers, and repeat customers from Ebay... as with our feedback shows; we try to satisfy all. T is the one bad apple in the bushel basket that can never be please. Click Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE!
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