Amber Diamond Point Salt and Pepper Shaker with Stand EAPG New England Glass
Antique Salt and Pepper Shakers. This antique Early American Pattern Glass salt and pepper shakers with stand was made by New England Glass around 1869. The pattern is Diamond Point, aka, Sharp Diamond or Diamond Point with Ribs. The shakers are approx. 2 3/4" tall with a base of 1 1/4" across. The stand itself is approx. 5" tall x 4 1/4" across x 2" deep. The set is in good condition for its age. There is some chipping around the base, top and inner rim of the shakers. All pieces have wear and aging. The metal lids do have corrosion. The inner rim of the one shaker is uneven, showing a huge dip in the glass.
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