Centennial Christmas Salt
||Ferson, Milk Glass Today.
||June 13, 1876.|
||2-1/8" tall (3" with original top); 1-1/2" wide.|
||Barrel shape with ring neck. Unique because of agitator and patent date on top.
Agitator is a blade which crushes the salt when the extension on the top is pushed down.
Salt can only come out when top is depressed, and is sealed by a gasket when top is up.|
||Gray stain with HP brown band encircling.|
||Lechner III, p.187.|