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Duncan & Miller HOBNAIL CLEAR Cruet & Stopper (Pressed) Circa 1930 - 1955
Duncan & Miller HOBNAIL CLEAR Cruet & Stopper (Pressed) Circa 1930 - 1955
Duncan & Miller HOBNAIL CLEAR Cruet & Stopper (Pressed) Circa 1930 - 1955
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Model Flint Glass Company

MODEL FLINT Dew Drop Crystal Oil Cruet & Stopper "Sham Base" Circa 1892 - 1902

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The listing is for a beautiful CRUET & STOPPER in the Dewdrop pattern by Model Flint. Dew Drop has gone by many names and produced by multiple glass companies, and is most commonly known as "Hobnail." Dewdrop or Dew Drop was released by Model Flint Findley in 1892.

The MODEL FLINT CRUET & STOPPER  stands 6 ¼” tall with the stopper and 5" without. It is designed with a "Sham", or a raised center in the base, allowing the container to hold less liquid.

It is great condition other than a small pinpoint nick on bottle neck. The cruet is marked accordingly because of the pinpoint nick.

The pattern is listed on the Early American Pattern Glass Society and in Ron Teal's book, Model Flint Glass Company of Albany, Indiana on page 29 as Dew Drop. The release date of the cruet is shown as 1892 in the article Model Flint Glass Company published by the Findlay Visitor's Bureau. 

Enjoy your shopping!

About Model Flint: Model Flint Glass Company was established in 1888 in Findlay, Ohio, funded by Findlay investors. The factory was damaged seriously one three separate occasions by tornados before ceasing operations of the plant in 1893 and moving to a new factory in Albany, Indiana. Known in Albany as the Model Flint Glass Works, it closed in 1902 after its consolidation with National Glass Company. 


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