This toothpick holder was made in the 1880s by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton in Findlay, Ohio and by National Glass. The holder is 2.5 inches tall by 2 inches across. There are 10 panels on the holder. Each panel a star, moon and another star.
There is a chip on the bottom rim which is partially disguised when the holder is sitting on the base. The price has been discounted as a result of the chip. There are no other chips or cracks. Considering the age of this piece, it is still in good condition. There is no glass discoloration. The toothpick holder has been black light tested and fluoresces under the UV.
Item ID: PW645
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