Circa 1924 - 1937 this pattern #1170 has alternating vertical pleat like lines with spaces of equal width separating them and surrounding the cruet. It holds approximately 4 ounces and the color, Flamingo, is a delicate pink. The stopper is dome shaped and resembles an acorn. The cruet has a tiny nick at the base of the stopper that inserts into the cruet which is not unusual and not noticeable when seated. There is a sticker on the base which I was reluctant to remove since it is original to the cruet but worn. Condition of cruet itself is fine - no chips or cracks but has a very light haze within which I didn't attempt to clean. It looks quite clear in the photos.
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