Maker: Fostoria Glass Co., Pattern No. 1229.
Reference(s): Kamm, A Seventh Pattern Glass Book, pg. 39. Also, Heacock, 1000 Toothpick Holders, pg.86, Fig. 680 and Lechner II, pg. 229-2.
Description: Basically a cylindrical shaker with four rows of oblong, bulging diamonds with the top row being only half height. Diamonds are outlined by string of embossed beads.
Decoration: None.
Colors Known: Clear.
Size: 3" tall; 1-3/4" max. width
Date: Ca. 1895-1905.
Submitted by: Avery
AGSSSC Assigned #: SSNO55
Special Comments: Bredehofts and Sanfords indicate in Glass Toothpick Holders, pg. 82, repro of toothpick holders were being made by Fostoria in 1950-59 in opalware.

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