Findlay Onyx Sugar that was made by the Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton Company. Patent was received in 1889. The glass was extremely brittle, chipped and cracked easily, and this is why every piece of Findlay Onyx, the top rim or top edges have roughness, or flea bites, this is inherent in this ware. Every piece is like this, so this is not a concern for the prospective purchaser. This particular sugar or MUFFINEER as it is called is 5 1/2" tall to the top of the cover. It is in perfect condition. Some photos show this piece to be white, when, in fact, it is more a creamy white, The top cover fits perfectly, screws on and off perfectly and has a beautiful patina to it. There is a very slight, slight dent to the top edge. It can only be seen when looking straight down on the top. Shuman's Art Glass Book of 1994 has one of these pictured in his book, and he values it then at $2,100 plus. Our asking price is much less.