Shell and Seaweed
Shell and Seaweed

Maker: Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company.
Reference(s): Wm. Heacock, Rare and Unlisted Toothpick Holders, pg. 33, Fig. 1161. Lechner III, pg. 252-3, 4, and 5.
Description: A tall shaker with a large, raised scallop shell with some flowers above the shell pattern. It has both a neck ring and disc base.
Decoration: Carnival staining (see below).
Colors Known: Some have carnival staining in marigold, amethyst, and marigold on moonstone.
Size: 3-3/8" tall; 2" wide; 1-3/8" base dia..
Date: Ca. 1894-96.
Submitted by: White.
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO20.
Special Comments: Somehow the Club had this pattern named Scallop Shell and Seaweed. It is a good descriptive name, but Heacock had named this patten Shell and Seaweed several years earlier. Some prefer Scallop Shell and Seaweed, which is aka.

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