This 1930's circa Marigold Iridescent Depression Carnival Glass Jewelry/Nuts/Trinket dish in the Doric Pattern was produced by the Jeanette Glass Company.
The Jeanette Glass Company was founded in 1888 in Pennsylvania, and it became known for producing high-quality glassware for a variety of purposes. During the Great Depression, the company turned its attention to producing more affordable glassware, which led to the creation of the "Depression glass" category.
The Doric pattern was first introduced by Jeanette Glass in 1935, and it was produced until 1938. It features a simple, yet elegant design with vertical lines and fluted edges.
This beautiful dish is in very good vintage condition (no chips or cracks).
Approximate dimensions: 7" x 6-1/4" x 3/4"