Why do people collect pedestal candy dishes?

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Many people find pedestal candy dishes add a quaint look to their home decor. Other people collect them as a hobby. There are mascot pedestal candy dishes, crystal pedestal candy dishes, milk glass, hobnail, painted glass, vintage cut glass, sweetheart pedestal candy dishes, and many other styles. Places to look for vintage or antique pedestal candy dishes are at flea markets, antique shops, garage and yard sales, on eBay, at Goodwill stores, Salvation Army stores, and second-hand consignment shops.
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