$ 35.00

I purchased these cute Hooty Owls ash trays in a set of 4 in the late 60s / 70s because I had a Fitz & Floyd collection. I still have a lot of of the collection left but most of it is still packed away from my recent move.

1 set containing 4 ashtrays. Stackable.  Made in Japan ceramic. Avacado color on the exterior which was a most popular color at that time. Remember the avocado stoves and refrigerators?! Pretty much around the same time as the Harvest Gold refrigerators and stoves.

Colors: Avocado, Rust, White, Black, Gray, Caramel

No chips or cracks but onthe underside rims there is some marks on the underside of the rim but I think it was just from being stored in some store before being purchased by me. You can't see them because they are on the bottom. I have left everything as it was when I purchased it. Little gummy from some tape that was holding the set together.

Appximate measurements:
1 set of 4 ashtrays:
4-1/2" diameter
1-1/2" high

Perfect for ashtrays, nuts, candy dish, trinket dish on vanity and many other uses.


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Since these are vintage items, a bit of extra care needs to be taken with them so they remain beautiful & I definitely would never put a vintage nightgown or a peignoir in the dryer as it would ruin it.

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