Antique Glass Salt and Sugar Shaker Club

Synora Lace
Synora Lace

Maker: Ohio Flint Glass Works (while operated by National Glass).
Reference(s): Heacock III, pg. 41, Figs. 285 and 286. Also, Leacher III, pg. 146-1.
Description: This is a tall, circular cross-section shaker which is very wide and has concave sides contining up to the neck ring.
Decoration: Shaker has a fancy scroll pattern from top to bottom which is repeated four times. The scrolling encloses at its center a lip-shaped object. Color was apparently added to scrolling on some of the shakers.
Colors Known: Opalware. Other pieces in this pattern were done in red glass.
Size: 3-1/4" tall; 2-3/4" max. dia." 2-3/8" base dia.
Date: Ca. 1901-
Submitted by: Anonymous.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO83.
Special Comments: Shaker was named by Heacock. Lechner indicates this was factory pattern #1002.

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