Floradine Toothpick holder

Object Name: 
Floradine Toothpick holder

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Object Name: 
Floradine Toothpick holder
Accession Number: 
H: 8.2 cm, D (max.): 6.4 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. David Clark, in memory of Rose Robbins
Primary Description: 
White, pink lead glasses; mold-blown, cased, acid-etched. Globular shape with flat ground and polished scalloped neck edge, raised design of white flowers around sides, flat base. This seems to be colorless glass with a thin pink casing or staining on interior, inner and outer surfaces are acid-frosted. The white color is developed by reheating after molding.
Pattern Name: 
"Floradene" glass
Clark, David, Source
Clark, Mrs. David, Source