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what kind /type of glass is this? it is Tuthill glass, but what used for?

1 1/2 inch high, 2 1/2 across top

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3rd photo, kinda shows etched name, TUTHILL

Looks like a Sherbet. That is what I'd call the shape. Not sure who made it, but it looks like crystal? 

Tuthill American Brilliant Period Antique Cut Glass

Very Nice indeed! Congrats! It's getting harder to find old brilliant pieces these days. Tuthill is a new name for me, I hadn't heard of them before. All Good News!

can't believe the prices Tuthill goes for!

Well, Honestly any signed Brilliant period glass goes for quite a bit. It's the unsigned pieces that are much more difficult to authenticate and to then sell. Signed is ideal! :)

oh

Judging from the size, could it be a master salt dip?

I was wondering salt dip also

It could also be a finger bowl. (A bowl of water used for washing your fingers with after the final course.)

so fancy, I've never used one, I know of....interesting

Not Tuthill but salt dip that is pedestal style.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-PEDESTAL-OPEN-SALT-ETCHED-THISTLE-...

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