Antique Squat Shaped Clear Cranberry Glass Muffineer or Sugar Shaker

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller giamer (8,637) 100%, Location: Skippack, Pennsylvania, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 392304225184 Antique Clear Cranberry Glass Muffineer or Sugar Shaker Squat Shape For Your Antique Muffineer Sugar Shakers or Glass Collection Details Description: A blown glass antique sugar shaker or muffineer. The clear cranberry colored shaker has a round flat base with a star burst pattern to it. The base flares up with rounded sides having a ribbed pattern which rises to a shoulder, which continue rising with a concave long neck ending with a threaded rim to screw a lid on. The lid, which appears to be plates, has a flower shaped design with a central dome and holes all along the flower's petals. Please view photos as they are part and parcel of our description. Historical Background: Popular during the Victorian era, muffineers (also called sugar casters or sugar shakers) were a regular part of a well-set table. The muffineer would be filled with super fine "caster sugar," for sprinkling over any food in need of sweetening. Date: Mid 1800s Origin: Probably continental. Size: 4 1/2" tall to the top of the lid, 2 1/4" in diameter at the base and weighs almost 7 ounces. Maker: Unmarked. Marks: Unknown. Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: Truly a beautiful and very rare antique, which is difficult to come by. Condition: The shaker is in very good condition, with no breaks, cracks, or repairs. The glass has several small air bubbles throughout and its surface has several small and difficult to see scratches. However, all of these are difficult to see and do not compromise the quality or beauty of the piece. The lid is also in very good condition having nothing more than one or two minor dings and scratches, and some losses of the plating all of which can be seen in the photos. The edge of the rim has roughness consistent with the glass blowing process where the piece is usually broken off the blowing rod after formation, so this is original to the piece. The piece is all original and looks great. Please see photos to appreciate beauty and condition of this rare piece. In Closing: This is a rare antique in great shape and very difficult to come by. It would make a worthy addition to your collection. Our Guarantee Please view our 100% positive feedback and bid with confidence. We guarantee the authenticity, description and condition of the items we sell. We will refund your purchase price if not completely satisfied. Shipping and Handling Byer pays for careful shipping & handling based on Zip Code Contact us for international shipping rates Note, packages going overseas can take as much as 3 to 4 weeks to reach their destination, so please be patient and allow sufficient time for your item to reach you. A NOTE ABOUT SHIPPING CHARGES: In an effort to avoid misunderstandings we have always provide our customers with information about the expected cost of shipping and handling for each item, in our ads. Thus these charges should not come as a surprise and as a buyer you implicitly agree to them when you place your bid. We would also like to remind our wonderful customers that shipping cost is more than just the cost of postage. In order to safely ship an item we need to obtain packaging materials, tape, and other supplies. Terms and Conditions: By placing a bid in this auction, you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions: Please e-mail with any questions you have before the end of the auction. The wining bidder will be contacted within 24 hours of auction close via email. We will let you know the total you need to pay, based on the final auction price and the S&H charge listed in the ad. We ask that you contact us back within three days indicating your intent to complete the sale, timing of payment, and giving us a mailing address for shipping the item. Refunds are given for purchase price, upon return of the item . Postage and handling fees are non-refundable. Your payment is due to us within 10 days from auction close, unless you notify us in advance of your intent to be late. We will inform you, via e-mail, when we receive your payment and when we ship your item. We expect feedback to be initiated by the bidder upon completion of the transaction at which time we will be pleased to reciprocate. Failure to follow these simple terms will be construed as your desire not to complete the sale. Condition: The shaker is in very good condition, with no breaks, cracks, or repairs. The glass has several small air bubbles throughout and its surface has several small and difficult to see scratches. However, all of these are difficult to see and do not compromise the quality or beauty of the piece. The lid is also in very good condition having nothing more than one or two minor dings and scratches, and some losses of the plating all of which can be seen in the photos. The edge of the rim has roughness consistent with the glass blowing process where the piece is usually broken off the blowing rod after formation, so this is original to the piece. The piece is all original and looks great. Please see photos to appreciate beauty and condition of this rare piece. Please view a complete deswcription of the item below., Type: Sugar Shaker, Primary Material: Glass, Age: 1800-1849, Original/Reproduction: Original

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