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    Feb 2013
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    Any idea on this glass piece

    About 7-8 inches around handmade
    Very heavy
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    Water retention basin for a vase or platter for a candle?
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    Here's a guess: Saurkraut crock rock made of glass.

    Seriously, it's a thing. Fermentation weight. And there were glass versions just like yours. The "homespun" version was a stone on top of a plate - but about the second time you smash a ceramic plate with a slippery/wet rock into hours of shredded cabbage you'll be ready to buy a proper weight. (Mine are 1" thick ceramic two-piece versions).

    That size would be about right for a two gallon crock. The glass keeps the cabbage down in the brine while it pickles and is easy to clean when it's done.
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    Feb 2013
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    Huh it does fit in there

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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    Not that I'd ever heard of one of these before but, I'm gonna have to go with Charlie P. on this one. Learned something new today.
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