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I haven't visited here in well, years it seems. I kind of got away from collecting antiques especially glass for awhile and branched off into plants. However, a trip we made to Galveston this weekend. I believe though I could be wrong, American Brilliant. It feels in perfect shape with no nicks at all.  It's 11 1/4" long x 4 1/2" wide. I can't find any makers mark on it anywhere though I haven't gone over it with a good magnifying glass yet.

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Hi Chris, Welcome back! What a lovely dish! Super nice find!

It all looks right to me, for AB period glass. A relish, is likely the shape name. So pretty!

The edges of the dish are hard to see, but from what I can make out, they appear to be right for ABP, as are the stars and other cuts. The shape is unusual, so you might be able to ID maker a bit easier because of that feature. Congrats!

Thanks Vicki, wonder why I didn't get notified of your reply? I guess I'm starting to get the Glass Hounds bug again among other collectables.  I'll see if I can get back in the swing of things with doing research. It's been awhile.

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