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What does a candy dish mean?
A candy dish is a dish which is used to display candy. Candy dishes are typically set out at parties so that guests can help themselves to sweets, and in some households, a candy dish may be kept in the hallway or in a reception room at all times for the benefit of guests.
What can you do with candy dishes?
A simple candy dish can be used to catch bobby pins or hair things instead of throwing them into the bottomless pit that is the bathroom drawer. Or use that candy dish on a table or shelf in an entry to catch your keys as you come in the door.
What is the difference between Waterford and Marquis?
The new Marquis goblets and glasses are leaner, taller and somewhat simpler than the solid, heavily crosshatched Waterford ones. Although they look lighter, in the hand Marquis has the Waterford heft.
What can you do with old dishes?
Old Dishes Are Not Recyclable — Here’s How to Get Rid Them
- Toss all broken items. If dishes are broken, or have bad chips, cracks or stains, toss them.
- Glassware and Pyrex can be donated or tossed. Glassware and Pyrex are not recyclable.
- Ceramic items can be donated or tossed.
- Vintage china can often be sold.
How do I know my Waterford pattern?
The first way to tell an authentic piece of Waterford is to look for the Waterford acid mark. Using a magnifying glass, or holding the crystal up to the light, search for the stamp. It will most likely appear on the stem’s base, but can also be found in the grooves as well.