Ref. Cit: Gougeon, Milk Glass/Pattern Glass; OMN "Paris"; Heacock III, Fig. 311
Maker: Consolidated Lamp and Glass.
Date: Ca. 1898 - 1904
Size: 3-1/2" tall, 2-1/4" at widest point.
Desc: Mold blown; consisting of sixteen narrow panels, every other one being intaglio, running from top to bottom along a narrow neck, widening to a shallow bulb and ending at a short base. A shorter version has straight-sided base designed to fit into a condiment holder.
Colors Known: Creamy white opalware; Pigeon blood, clear or satinized.
Decoration: Intaglio stripes may be red, yellow or blue; Plain white with red floral spray.
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More Info: Lechner II, p. 51; Lechner III, p. 46.

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