||Dazell, Gilmore, and Leighton Company|
||Lechner II, pg. 57-2.|
||Shaker is widest at its base and tapers up to the neck.
The body has four protruding wide panels with major bulge in each near the base.
The region between the panels is a sunken, lyre-shaped region which is outlined
with a U-shaped string of many round beads. In the middle of the bead string is a
vertical column formed by 23 horizontal dashes all of the same length.|
||2-1/2" tall; 1-1/2" width|
|AGSSSC Assigned #:
||Rhea D is the OMN. Also, known as "Vertical Protruding