Toddy plates



Toddy plates


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Toddy plates


Meaning of term toddy plates

A popular term for a small pressed glass plate, made between about 1830 and 1870, presumably as a saucer under a toddy glass. Toddy is a beverage composed of whiskey or another liquor, hot water, and sugar.


Category : object vessel



Corning Museum of Glass | Glass dictionary. (1993). Retrieved February 12, 2008, from


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