New Martinsville Prelude Sugar
Vintage Prelude Handled Sugar. This vintage glass sugar bowl is by New Martinsville Glass and in their Prelude pattern. This depression glass pattern dates to between the 1930's and the 50's. The double handle sugar is approx. 3 1/4" tall x 3" across the top of the bowl. It is in good condition with some wear and aging. There is some staining in the bottom.
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