Bullseye and Buttons


Ref. Cit: Heacock 3-16; Murray, More Cruets Only, pp 64-65; Welker, Pressed Glass in America, p. 330.
Maker: possibly Riverside Glass Works.
Date: Ca. 1894.
Size: 3" tall; 1-3/4" wide.
Desc: Plain band around top, scalloped and beveled on lower edge. Body covered with vertical rows of buttons, each with deeply beveled sides. Near the bottom are four convex bulls eyes equally spaced around shaker. Another plain and scalloped band at the bottom above a shallow foot.
Colors Known: Clear; Emerald green.
Decoration: Gold on top band and bulls eyes.
Submitted by: Lockwood
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