c. 1900 Pressed Dakota Glass Pharmaceutical Lid with Ground Rim

c. 1900 Pressed Dakota Glass Pharmaceutical Lid with Ground Rim


Dating to the turn of the century, this glass lid was originally a stopper for a pharmaceutical bottle in a general store or pharmacy. Likely, this lid would have fit a square jar measuring approximately four inches on every side. Its beaded edging design is classified as Dakota Glass which is known for its raised or sunken circle motif. The lower rim of the lid, where the glass would have fit inside the neck of its companion jar, is ground. This type of texturing technique ensures a more secure seal when the stopper is in place. In perfect condition with no cracks or chips, this piece makes a perfect paperweight, is the replacement lid you’ve been searching for, and adds some interest to your eclectic collection of glass or curiosities.

  • Maker: Unknown

  • Material: Glass

  • Epoch: c. 1900

  • Dimensions: 2.25” H x 3.5” W

  • Procurement: Atlanta, Georgia

  • Origin: Unknown

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