||Kamm, Two Hundred Pattern Glass Book, Book 4, pg. 101.
Also, Lechner II, pg. 210-5.|
||Tall, cylindrical shaker with four rounded panels.
Each panel has raised, double frame with beveled corners and frames a large, plain area.
Just above the base is an encircling ring of small frames enclosing several short vertical lines.|
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||What inspired Kamm to come up with this name?
D. and P. Unitt comment in American and Candian Goblets, Volume II
that they believe this pattern was made in Canada.|