How do you eat a soda? You can if you realize it's a Paradise Roller Mills soda cracker. Soda was the common term for cracker when Fenton made this piece around 1911. Paradise flour mill was located in Modesto, CA. The 6 inch amethyst plate.
Apparently was given out for the holidays. The amethyst color (photo 4) is very good for this ad piece. The exterior is Wide Panel. The item "Vintage 1912 Fenton Carnival Glass lettered plate Eat Paradise Sodas" is in sale since Friday, November 14, 2014.
This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Glassware\Carnival Glass\Vintage (Pre-1940)\Fenton". The seller is "wtdglass2" and is located in Winter Haven, Florida.
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