This particular piece was made by Indiana Glass Co.
Brainard, worked with their fathers, and the company changed its name in to Westmoreland Glass Company.
West Brothers was a separate company which produced the candy containers and other tinware while operating from the same factory.
While not quite as widely found on today's secondary market as the phenomenal seller Paneled Grape, other popular patterns made by Westmoreland Glass include the Beaded Grape, Old Quilt, and Roses and Bows patterns.
Description: The Victorians nicknamed the white opaque glass "milk glass" for its milky texture. Dealing disease and various ways to access completely for fenton was made by the mix which technology was milk bottles.