||Northwood Glass Company.
||Heacock, Harry Northwood, The Early Years 1881-1900, pgs. 39; 58, Fig. 11; 59, Fig. 27; pg. 62, Figs. 61 to 73; and 72, Fig. 214.
||This is circular cross-section shaker with a bulging lower with 18 swirls and distinctly threaded band on upper. This band has seven rings of threads, while the band on the body near the base has ten rings of threading. Shaker has a neck ring and disc foot.
||Cranberry, Rubina, opalescent cranberry.
||3" tall; 2-3/8" max. dia.; 1-1/2" base dia.
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||This was Northwood's #317 Jewel (OMN). However, often called "Threaded Swirl". The shaker is shown in Lechner II, pg. 173-4b. He also shows an opalescent version of the is shaker (pg. 173-4a) and called it "Opalescent Swirl", but Heacock II, pg. 46, had basically used this name for swirl pattern made by Hobbs and other. Heacock called the opalescent swirl version of this shaker "Swirl Opal Jewel", see Heacock and Elmore, pg. 108, which show the shaker. The Jewel shaker with the swirl in the opposite direction is shown in Lechner III, pg. 139-3.