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Lot 0144
OL-9 PEACOCK EYE AND DIAMOND OVAL PRESSED OPEN SALT, colorless, four section rim having exterior scallops. Very rare. Probably Pittsburgh. 1835-1850. 1 1/2" H, 2 5/8" x 3 1/2".
Fair condition with rim chips causing the loss of one corner edge and some scallops.
Literature: Neal - Pressed Glass Salt Dishes of the Lacy Period, p. 211. Spillman - Corning, p. 185, fig. 704. Rose - Corning Exhibit, p. 48, pl. XXII, fig. 746, and p. 147.
Provenance: Collection of Paul and Monica Harvey, Naples, FL.
Jeffrey S. Evans (T/A GVA), 4/30/05, lot 847.
Catalogue Note: This is the only example of this salt that we have sold indicating it is probably extremely rare.

Condition

Fair condition with rim chips causing the loss of one corner edge and some scallops.

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OL-9 PEACOCK EYE AND DIAMOND OVAL PRESSED OPEN SALT

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