Salt Cellar

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Object Name: 
Salt Cellar
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 4.25 cm; Rim W: 5.5 cm, D: 8 cm; Base W: 3.25 cm, D: 5.75 cm
On Display
about 1815-1835
Primary Description: 
Salt Cellar. Lead glass, pale yellowish green with amethyst streaks, blown-molded; oblong with smooth inner surface and on outer, fine-ribbed narrow band at top of diamond-diapered straight long sides, fan-ribbed convex ends, and plain recessed band at bottom; impressed "daisy" in base.
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
Mold-Blown Glass: Roman and American (2015) illustrated, p. 9 (fig. 3); BIB# AI100138