Octagon
Octagon

Maker: Possibly Imperial Glass Company.
Reference(s): Heacock, Rare and Unlisted Toothpicks, pg. 73, #1406-7. Also, Hartung,Carnival Glass, book #2, pg. 50.
Description: Slightly concaved cylinder with a pair of panels repeated four times. One of the panels has radiating circle at top and is concave on both sides. The upper and lower parts of the other panel have a hexagon with a central large dot (hobstar).
Decoration: Some have carnival staining.
Colors Known: Clear, marigold, and blue carnival.
Size: 3-1/4" tall; 2" max. width.
Date: Ca. 1907-1920 (reissued in 1960's).
Submitted by: Avery.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO3.
Special Comments: None.

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