Banded Shells
Banded Shells

Maker: Challinor, Taylor, and Company.
Reference(s): Heacock III, pg. 64-1 shows original catalog ad.
Description: This is a short, circular cross-section shaker with a bulging base (pear shaped) with a six loded body, disc foot and narrow shoulder. The upper has a ring of short "ribs" and the lowered has a ring of slight longer "ribs". Each lobe has five ribs/shells on upper section and six ribs/shells on lower section.
Decoration: Some have highlighted ribs and others have HP flowers and vine decor.
Colors Known: Opaque charteuse, white, pink, and blue. Some are frosted.
Size: 2-7/8" tall; 2" max. dia.; 1-1/2" base dia.
Date: Ca. 1890.
Submitted by: Anonymous.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO156.
Special Comments: There are two of these shakers shown in Lechner II, pg. 36-3 and 4. Also, Gougeon in Milk Glass/Pattern Glass, pg. 30-2 and 3, shows two of these shakers.

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