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 I know the "Glass Hounds" to be an excellent resource of information. Perhaps you can possibly feel my surprise to have no comment. So, I went to the 'Early American Glass Society' for my answers. I thought I'd let everyone know my findings just in case there was an interest. There still seems to be a difference of opinion as to whether this is a spoon holder (Spooner) or a lidless sugar. This piece with the goats head was manufactured by the Hobbs, Brockunier and Company (1863–1891). The Hobbs book wasn't readily available but a suggested age was 1870's. Thanks for viewing.  (I think 1878)

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Note: I am using my DroidX cell phone. There are no options for adding picture directly to discussion. :(

Finally have access to my computer again.

This was determined to be a sugar.

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