8 Pieces of Tableware

Object Name: 
8 Pieces of Tableware

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Object Name: 
8 Pieces of Tableware
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
60.6.3
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
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Date: 
1959
Credit Line: 
Gift of Chung Ang Glass Industrial Company, Ltd.
Primary Description: 
(A) Transparent smoky-purplish glass; blown. Two cups joined by a common short stem; one cup a tall, almost cylindrical form, the other a wide straight-walled form. (B) Transparent smoky-purplish glass; blown. Two cups of differing shapes; one taller and narrower, one shorter and wider, joined by a common stem. (C) Transparent smoky-purplish glass; mold-blown. Straight wall curving in at flat base. (D) Transparent smoky-purplish glass; mold-blown. Tall form tapering from rim to base; slightly hollow base. (E) Transparent smoky-purplish glass; blown. Wide, flaring cup; downward sloping and flaring foot; in the hollow of the spreading foot a section of hollow tubing is attached, to form a candleholder when glass is inverted. (F) Transparent smoky purplish glass; blown. Bulbous body, tapering to neck area and flaring to rim; spouted lip; attached handle with narrowly hollow center; base, ground roughly circular; slightly smooth pontil mark. (G) Transparent smoky-purplish glass; blown. (Ga) Tall cylindrical shape tapering to small neck only slightly widening at rim; up-reaching spout; attached tubular handle; kick in base forms a circular hollow, base rim ground flat; (Gb) stopper: an ovoid finial tapering to a point of diminished hue. (H) Transparent smoky-purplish glass; blown. (Ha) Tall cylindrical neck, flaring widely to receive stopper; body tapering from waist to both neck and base; kicked-up base, ground to a circular ring. (Hb) stopper: large hollow sphere on a rounded stem.
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