||Possibly Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company.
||Lechner II, pg. 205-2. Also, see Special Comments below.
||A slightly bulbous shaker with circular cross-section, neck ring, and thick disc foot. The wide concave section below neck is plain. Most of body is covered with embossed beads except in mid-section where there are four plain regions framed with fancy scrolling. Bottom marked with large "10".
||Opalware; blue opaque.
||3-1/2" tall; 2-1/4" max. wide
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||Submitter and Lechner indicated this pattern is in D. and P. Unitt, American and Canadian Goblets. This pattern name is not listed in Vols. 1 or 2? Shakers with this distinctive body style and similar body decoration was made by Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company. See Lechner II, pg. 43-3 and 4.