• AKA: Colonial Nights (Heacock-toothpick); Krys-tol
Ohio Flint Glass CO. (Bowling Green-OH/Dunkirk-IN, Co. Operated:1891-99/1904-07), Introduced: c1907 Introduced
• Produced by: Ohio Flint; Jefferson Glass Co.; Central Glass Works
NOTE: Sid Lethbridge: Chippendale was first introduced by Ohio Flint Glass in 1907. In 1908 the rights to the Krys-Tol trademark and all the associated moulds were acquired by Jefferson Glass. They made this line until 1919 when Central Glass Works acquired the rights from Jefferson. Regarding T-540 photo: ...the form is a syrup or cream with a lock cover and was numbered T-540 in a Jefferson Chippendale catalog. There are at least 3 different table sets in CHIPPENDALE.
Sid Lethbridge 2023 - Heacock named the toothpick aka Colonial Nights in 1000 Toothpick Holders - p 94, Image No. 775. No maker was suggested by Heacock. It is now known to be Chippendale by Ohio Flint.
• Motifs: (Panels), (Plain), (Colonial)