Madolin
Madolin

Maker: Co-operative Flint Glass Company
Reference(s): Heacock, Collecting Glass, Vol.1, pg. 76, shows the shaker in original company ad. Also, Heacock, Ruby-Stained Glass From A to Z, Book 7 discusses the pattern.
Description: Body is spheroid with attached concave upper section with a neck ring. Also has disc foot.
Decoration: Upper section is amber-stained. Sometimes, ruby-stained.
Colors Known: Clear and opalware.
Size: 2-3/4" tall; 2-1/2" max. width; 1-1/2" base dia.
Date: Ca. 1894-1918
Submitted by: Anonymous.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO67
Special Comments: The OMN was Madollin, but the company changed the name to Madoline not long after pattern was introduced. Pattern aka "Spool Neck".

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