A salt and pepper shaker stand, made of emerald green pressed
Circa 1900, Canadian glassmakers provided nearly half of the
Canadian market (5.5 million people) with bottles, lamps and
dishware. Back then, Canada was manufacturing pressed glass items
by putting glass between a mechanical piston and a mold.
Four Canadian companies were producing pressed glass: Burlington
Glass, Nova Scotia Glass, Jefferson Glass and Dominion Glass. The
latter assimilated the other three in 1913. Towards 1937, most
Canadian glassmakers were automated. (Canadian)
Emerald green salt shaker made of pressed glass with
a bull's eye pattern.
Salt and pepper shaker sets in this pattern were also made in
clear glass, probably by the Dominion Glass Company in Montreal,
and in a slightly later period they made them in emerald coloured