||Model Flint Glass Company.
||Kamm 2, pgs.70-1. Also, Heacock, Victorian Colored Pattern Glass Book 6, pg.20 and Lechner II, pg. 117. McCain, Field Guide to Pattern Glass, pgs. 202-3.
||The shaker is close to a cube with square sides and a height to shoulder about equal to the edge of the square. Pattern on alternating sides feature an oval with a star-like pattern inside and on the other sides have facets. The vertical edges are beveled with four small squares going up from the base. Special Note: Heacock says the shaker is "short, squatty, and square".
||Clear, emerald green, amber, and blue.
||2" tall; 1-1/2" wide.
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||The OMN of this pattern was Pride. However, for many years and even today it is sometimes called by its old name Bevelled Star. Heacock notes that this shaker pattern "is almost unrecognizable" since it differs so much from other pieces in the table service.