7-piece Miniature Snifter Set with Original Presentation Case

Object Name: 
7-piece Miniature Snifter Set with Original Presentation Case

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Object Name: 
7-piece Miniature Snifter Set with Original Presentation Case
Accession Number: 
2011.3.98
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
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Date: 
1958
Credit Line: 
Gift of Daniel J. Lammon
Primary Description: 
(A) "Silver Lady" Miniature Snifter. Colorless glass; blown, applied, hot-worked. Miniature snifter with circular base, long drawn stem, and bulbous cup with waisted neck and flared rim. (B) "Silver Lady" Miniature Snifter. Colorless glass; blown, applied, hot-worked. Miniature snifter with circular base, drawn stem, and ovoid cup narrowing slightly towards rim. (C) "Silver Lady" Miniature Snifter. Colorless glass; blown, applied, hot-worked. Miniature snifter with circular base, short drawn stem, and squat bulbous cup. (D) "Big Bertha" Miniature Snifter. Colorless glass; blown, applied, hot-worked. Miniature snifter with circular base, short drawn stem, and bulbous cup with waisted neck and flared rim. (E) "Moon Face" Miniature Snifter. Colorless glass; blown, applied, hot-worked. Miniature snifter with circular base, drawn stem, and bulbous cup. (F) "Long Fellow" Miniature Snifter. Colorless glass; blown, applied, hot-worked. Miniature snifter with circular base, long drawn stem, and ovoid cup tapering slightly towards rim. (G) Original Case for Miniature Snifter Set. Greenish-gray vinyl, white satin, black velvet felt, white rope, silver metal; assembled. Rectangular hinged box with silver metal clasps, white padded satin interior lining on top, and black velvet fitted insert in bottom.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Nitsche, Mary Lammon, Source
Moser 1857-1997 (1997) p. 196;