Antique glass coin dot syrup jug. Circa 1880. This is an opalescent coin dot swirl syrup pitcher (jug) with a clear applied handle and a base metal lid. It is unmarked but most likely made by the Northwood Glass Company.
It measures 7 and 3/8 inches (19 cm) to the finial at the top of the lid and is 4½ inches (11.75 cm) at its widest point.
The spring mechanism on the lid still works well; there are no chips or cracks in the glass; there are signs of wear inside the lid (scratches) and some discolouration (rust?) where the lid is attached to the glass.
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