7 Bottle-Shaped Vases

Object Name: 
7 Bottle-Shaped Vases

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Object Name: 
7 Bottle-Shaped Vases
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
2011.3.108
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
designed in 1964
Primary Description: 
(A) Vase. Transparent bluish-green glass; mold-blown, hot-worked. Narrow cylindrical vase with tall cylindrical neck, slightly flared rim, and hot-worked spout. (B) Vase. Transparent ruby red glass; mold-blown, hot-worked. Narrow cylindrical vase with tall cylindrical neck, and wide flat rim appearing transparent yellow at edge. (C) Vase. Colorless glass with smokey brownish-gray tinge; mold-blown, hot-worked. Narrow cylindrical vase with tall cylindrical neck, slightly flared rim, and hot-worked spout. (D) Vase. Transparent blue glass; mold-blown, hot-worked. Narrow cylindrical vase with tall cylindrical neck, slightly flared rim, and hot-worked spout. (E) Vase. Transparent smokey blue glass; mold-blown, hot-worked. Narrow cylindrical vase with cylindrical neck, slightly flared rim, and hot-worked spout. (F) Vase. Transparent pink glass; mold-blown, hot-worked. Narrow cylindrical vase with tall cylindrical neck, slightly flared rim, and hot-worked spout. (G) Vase. Transparent brownish-amber glass; mold-blown, hot-worked. Narrow cylindrical vase with tall cylindrical neck, and wide flat rim.