Pressed Glass Salts
Individual salt dishes were often set beside each plate at an upper-class dinner table by the late 1600s. But the dishes-called salt dips, salt cellars, open salts, or just plain salts-weren’t made of glass until the mid 1820s, when pressed glass was introduced.
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