Antique Glass Salt and Sugar Shaker Club

Pansy, Footed, Square Base
Pansy, Footed, Square Base

Maker: Possibly Fostoria. See Special Comments below.
Reference(s): See Special Comments below.
Description: This is tall, square, concave shaker with indented sides and four feet. Two sides covered with embossed pansies with stem and leaves. On other two sides a sleeping pansy buds on a stem. There is scrolling around the base and the neck.
Decoration: None.
Colors Known: Opalware.
Size: 3-3/4"tall; 1-1/4" wide at waist; 2-1/8" width of base.
Date: Unknown.
Submitted by: Anonymous.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO75.
Special Comments: This shaker has interesting resemblance to a syrup named by Heacock in his Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Book III, pg. 50-1, "Rose in Relief". That opalware syrup was apparently made by Fostoria. It is square with similar four feet to this shaker, has floral scrolling, however, the shaker pattern does not contain roses and is not the same.

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