||Possibly C.F. Monroe.|
||Lechner III, pg. 231-1. Also, see Special Comments below.|
||A spheroid shaker with a pedestal base.
The neck is encircled with many beads on short ribs. The body has two elaborate,
embossed scrolls on either side of the orange and brown transfer decoration.
There is an encircling ring of beads around the indentation between the body and
the pedestal. Upper part of pedestal is encircled with 16 scallops.|
||Orange and brown floral transfer.|
||2-5/8" tall; 2-1/4" max. dia.; 1-3/4" base dia.|
|AGSSSC Assigned #:
||This shaker is a variant of the "Necklace Bulbous" shaker
shown in Lechner II, pg. 122-1. The Lechner II shaker does not have the scrolls on
the body and possibly does not have the ring of beads. Lechner II attributed the shaker
to C.F. Monroe, but was uncertain about this variant.|