ART DECO PYREX FARBERWARE OCTAGONAL SERVING DISH SET

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 06,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is an auction for a vintage Pyrex Farberware serving dish set that has a decidely art deco motif.

The set consists of three pieces: Pyrex octagonal shaped handled dish and lid, cut decoration on the lid, and a Farberware base that has art deco friezes decorating its sides.

The Pyrex dish, with lid on, is 7" in diameter and 5'5" tall.

The Pyrex pieces are numbered 672-B and 672-C.

The glass is in good condition - no chips or cracks that we can find. T is some edge roughness that may have been present from the molding process. The Farberware piece is also in very good condition - a few minor scratches and t, but overall unblemished and shiny.

No reserve! Low opening bid! Reasonable shipping rates!

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