Beaded Ovals in Sand
Beaded Ovals in Sand

Maker: Possibly Northwood Glass Company or Dugan Glass Company.
Reference(s): Heacock, Book 1 Toothpick Holders from A to Z, pg. 14, Fig. 21; Book 2, pgs. 18 and 93, Fig. 573; Book 3, pg. 54, Fig. 408; Heacock 1000 Toothpick Holders, pg. 50, Fig. 183, and pg. 70, Fig. 552; and Lechner II, pg. 205-5.
Description: Slightly concaved shaker, widest at base. Has six definitely indented panels. Each panel is outlined with a string of dots. There is a scalloping scroll pattern on bottom of each panel which encicles the base.
Decoration: HP with many white dots inside each panel. Scalloping has gold gilding.
Colors Known: Clear blue, apple green, and lt. blue. Also, opalescent in some of these colors.
Size: 2-3/4" tall; 2-1/8" max. width.
Date: Ca. 1894-1900.
Submitted by: Avery
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO47
Special Comments: None.

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