Mosser Glass Piano Candy Dish

Jul 3, 2023 | Museum Monday Treasures

Today’s Museum Monday treasure from the Museum of American Glass in WV is a covered candy dish in the form of a piano. It was made by Mosser Glass beginning circa 1977 and discontinued in 1985. Our example is in crystal carnival. According to Mosser’s records, this No. 160 Piano was made from a Riekes Crisa mould (a Mexican company, still in operation today). The piano is 3 ½” high and 6 ¼” long.

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