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Westmoreland Glass Line #555 English Hobnail 1/4 Pound Butter Dish Milk Glass

Westmoreland Glass Line #555 English Hobnail 1/4 Pound Butter Dish Milk Glass
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Westmoreland Glass Line #555 English Hobnail quarter pound butter dish.

The #555 line was produced by Westmoreland longer than any other line and can be found in a wide array of colors and forms.  It was produced starting in the 1920s until 1985 when the factory closed.

Here we have the quarter pound butter dish.  This nice heavy dish is 8 3/4 inches long, 4 inches across and 2 1/2 inches tall.  It is in good condition with no chips, cracks or stains.


  • Brand: Westmoreland
  • Product Code: MG1555
  • Availability: sold out
  • $35.00
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