This is an old Heisey toothpick holder from the Early American Pattern Glass Period. I believe this is the Heisey #310 Ring Band Custard with rose enhancements. The top edge is often referred to as beaded but I consider it more of a soft sawtooth edge with gold in the depressions. The flat panel has the hand painted rose bud design and between the flowers it is stenciled; Souvenir of Simms, Mont.. The color is a slightly opalescent yellow with a hint of green. Heisey called their custard glass Ivorina Verde and later Ivory. I feel this has the green tinge that would fall into the Ivorina Verde category. I believe this is from the first decade of 1900.
It measures about 2 3/8” high, just over 2” in diameter at the top and the base measures about 2 1/8” in diameter. It is in very good condition with minor wear and no damage.
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