3 Vases

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Object Name: 
3 Vases
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
94.4.52
Dimensions: 
(A) H: 20.2 cm, W: 20.6 cm; (B) H: 38.3 cm, W: 20.2 cm; (C) H: 39.2 cm, W: 18.2 cm
Location: 
See Individual Records
Date: 
about 1953-1954
Primary Description: 
(A,B) Bluish gray, transparent, (C) colorless glasses; (A-C) blown, stamped, ground. (A-C) Vase: pear-shaped, with circular mouth and oval-section body and base. Rim plain, with rounded lip; neck short, merging with wall; base plain, slightly concave; circular pontil mark. Stamped decoration in center of wall: dog standing, facing left but with head turned back to right, with long muzzle and short curly tail, and forelegs at higher level than backlegs, made by squeezing body with hand press until both sides of wall fuse. Edge of base flattened by grinding (A and B only).
Department: 
Provenance: 
Blenko Glass Co. Inc., Source
1994
Contemporary American Glass, No. 1
touring Canada