Antique Indiana Glass EAPG era Killarney Nappy, possibly 1918-1924 one-handled, four-toed divided relish dish or nappy made by Indiana glass. Described and pictured on page 59 of the book A Century of Indiana Glass" 1st edition, 2005 by Craig Schenning.
7-1/2 inches in diameter not counting the handle.
8-1/4 inches including handle.
1-1/2 inches tall.
The extremely clear crystal glass rings nicely, indicating pre-war lead content, which gave greater clarity than post-war pieces. With our blacklight we get a weak peach glow under long wave Ultraviolet and the a soft yellow glow under short wave UV, which generally indicates a pre-war glass formula.
In excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs.