Antique Glass Salt and Sugar Shaker Club

Waffle with Points
Waffle with Points

NOTE: Double check with Barbara's notes if good picture is found. Wrong pattern!
Maker: Elson Glass Company
Reference(s): N. Bredehoft, G. Fogg, and F. Maloney, Early Duncan Glassware, pg. 30-1. Also, see Special Comments below.
Description: Cylindrical shaker covered with four tiers of blocks and sits on a pedestal base. The top and bottom tiers are much wider than the two middle rows. Top tier is ruby stained, while bottom tier is clear. Middle rows have clear and staining on alternating blocks.
Decoration: Ruby stained.
Colors Known: Ruby stained. Clear.
Size: 2-7/8" tall; 1-5/8" wide; 1-5/8" base.
Date: Ca. 1887-9?.
Submitted by: Avery.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO44.
Special Comments: Bredehoft et al. show the pattern in an Elson Glass Co. ad. Previously, pattern was mis-attributed.

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