Ref. Cit: Millard, Opaque Glass, pl. 190.
Maker: Unknown.
Date: Unknown.
Size: 2-3/8" tall; 2-3/8" wide.
Desc: Spherical in shape with wide, threaded opening, small flared base. Embossed grass spears and daisies all around. No examples have been found with lids. Millard calls it a salt but it could possibly be a cold cream jar.
Colors Known: Intense, opaque white; Translucent white showing "fire.".
Decoration: None reported. Known in toothpick holders with gold or ruby stain, possibly with satin finish areas.
Submitted by: Lockwood
More Info: Pioneer, January 1993, "ID Update," seen as a face cream jar with lid so labeled.

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