This is a lovely Coinspot or Coin Spot cruet in white opalescence produced in the late 1800's or early 1900's by either Beaumont Glass, Hobbs, Northwood, Fenton and others. The cruet is unmarked and many companies made this similar pattern, thus determining the maker is not possible. The cruet has a tricorne spout and a facented clear stopper with an applied clear 3" handle with a bit of white opalescence. The cruet is 7" tall and has a base of 1 5/8". The cruet is in excellent condition with no issues and appears to be unused. This would make a delightful addition to any opalescent or cruet collection.

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