Enveloping Leaf
Enveloping Leaf

Maker: Lechner believed this shaker made by Fostoria.
Reference(s): Lechner II, pg. 225-2. Also, see Special Comments below.
Description: Very wide, opaque shaker with round cross-section. Region below the neck is narrower than rest of the bulging lower. The pattern is repeated three times and consists of an open region roughly framed by scrolling which has deeply embossed, wide leaves in between. A ring of beads encircles the neck regions near the bottom of the shoulder.
Decoration: Some have HP flowers and enameling.
Colors Known: Opaque blue; clear green.
Size: 2" tall; 3" max. dia.
Date: Ca. 1896-1903.
Submitted by: Anonymous.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO57.
Special Comments: Smith, Miniature Lamp Book II, pg. 143, Fig. 253 shows this "shaker" as a miniature lamp base with matching ball-shaped lamp shade. Might not have been a shaker?

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