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Plain Panel: Chocolate. This shaker is in chocolate glass
which was made famous by the Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Company
of Greentown, In. It was originally thought to be Pleat Panel,
and made by Greentown. However, that shaker has been found and
this shaker is now called Plain Panel, maker not known.
Peterson originally called this shaker Ten Panel.
Duchess: Decorated Crystal. This shaker is called Duchess.
It is Pattern Glass. It has long been considered made by
Riverside glass Company, as a companion to their Empress
pattern. Some now think it was made by Beaumont. Records
indicate it was made by Beaumont; however, the question remains
if it was originally made by Riverside. A beautiful shaker
and a beautiful pattern.
Egg In Blossom: A Smith Brothers Decorated Satin glass Shaker.
The glass was undoubtedly made by the Mt Washington Glass Company
who gets credit for this shaker by some authors although it is
shown in the Smith Bros. catalog
Doric in Apple Green
Cockle Shell, Mt. Washington, in Satin Opalware
IOU in Emerald Green
Northwood's Optica in Green
Wave Crest, Parker A: Decorated Opalware
Wave Crest, Parker B: Crystal
U S Glass, Missouri: Emerald Green
Greentown's Dewey: Chocolate
Dice, Double: Milk Glass
Mt. Washington's Rafter Panel: Opalware
Blooming Flower: Pink Opalware
Bulging Three Petal: Pigeon Blood
Decorated Satin Custard Glass
Flower Assortment: Blue Opalware
Mt. Washington's Tomato: Decorated Satin Glass
Inverted Fan and Feather: Decorated Custard Glass
Mt. Washington's Fig: Decorated Satin Glass
Parian Swirl: Satin Glass
Tiny Thumbprint: Custard Glass
Coinspot in Holder: Opalescent Cranberry Glass
Cosmos Scroll Condiment Set: Decorated Opalware
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