Don't mistake this wonderful Steuben glass jade salt dip or toothpick for Depression era jadeite! Steuben made several shades of green, and this is the beautiful true jade color, a vibrant, translucent green with a hint of blue. We believe this is Steuben's shape 1436 and that it dates to the early 1900s when Steuben was under the direction of Frederick Carder. The catalog lists this piece as a salt dip, and we think it's perfect for that but can also double as a toothpick. It stands a hair over 2" tall and 2 1/8" top diameter and has a ground and polished pontil as shown. It's in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. We do note one tiny speck--probably a bubble--in the glass.
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