My green vintage depression glass open sugar in the Ocean Wave pattern was produced by D. C. Jenkins Glass Company from 1929 to 1932. It was their # 190 kitchen glassware with a ripple design. This sugar has unique handles and really glows under a black light, indicating that uranium salts were used as a coloring agent. Others have mistakenly called this pattern Tea Room, a pattern made by Indiana Glass, but it is not.
I have seen these old sugar bowls used on desk tops to hold rubber bands or paper clips, among other things.
This cutie stands 3 3/4" tall and is in wonderful vintage condition with no chips, cracks or signs of use.