3 Glasses in "Flutes & Festoons" Pattern

Object Name: 
3 Glasses in "Flutes & Festoons" Pattern

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Object Name: 
3 Glasses in "Flutes & Festoons" Pattern
Accession Number: 
84.4.146
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1920-1923
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. Douglas Sinclaire
Primary Description: 
3 Glasses in "Flutes & Festoons" Pattern. Blown, cased, cut, and engraved. A) Champagne, conical bowl with blue rim engraved with floral swags; cut vertical panels on lower part of bowl, six sided cut stem, flat circular foot with polished pontil mark and row of engraved circle underneath. B) Iced Tea Tumbler, cylindrical with band of blue around top engraved with swags of flowers, cut vertical panels around lower body; 10-sided base with center ground and polished with row of circles around center. C) Tumbler, cylindrical with band of blue around top engraved with swags of flowers, cut vertical panels around lower body; 10-sided base with center ground and polished with row of circles around center.
Department: 
Pattern Name: 
Flutes & Festoons
Provenance: 
Sinclaire, Mrs. Douglas, Source
1984-11-29
H. P. Sinclaire & Co. Cut and Engraved Glass
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass 1972-10 through 1972-12
H. P. Sinclaire, Jr., Glassmaker, v. 2 (1975) pl. 27A, p. 38; BIB# 27646