Half Ribbed
Half Ribbed

Maker: Unknown, but see Special Comments below.
Reference(s): Lechner II, pg. 46-5, but see Special Comments below.
Description: This shaker is like a "meaty hamburger", i.e., it is plump and wider than it is tall. The top 1/3 is rounded and plain. The mid and lower portions are encircled with a row of 22 short, wide ribs. Large diameter disc foot.
Decoration: None.
Colors Known: Glossy opalware.
Size: 2" tall; 2" max. dia.
Date: Ca. 1897-1903.
Submitted by: White.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO113.
Special Comments: Lechner thought this shaker was made by Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company, partially because he thought it was an alter variation of the mold for the Half Cone shaker (Lechner II, pg. 46-4). However, there are definitely difference. Submitter believes not make by Consolidated.

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