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Not on Display
about 1920
Credit Line: 
Gift of Alfred Wolkenberg
Primary Description: 
Transparent red, blue, colorless non-lead glass; overlay, blown in a wrought and welded iron cage. Shallow, circular shape; marbled red-and-blue overlay on colorless on red lining; the glass blown inside an iron cage, with a horizontal ring at top, above several vertical and angled rods below, connected to a pair of horizontal rings at the base; the glass with polished flat rim; rounded top, rounded ribs projecting partly through the openings in the iron; circular foot with rounded bulge through the base rings; flat bottom; engraved script "Daum [Cross of Lorraine] Nancy" and "L. Majorelle"; engraved script "Daum [Cross of Lorraine] Nancy" and "L. Majorelle".
Alva Replicas, Source
Wolkenberg, Alfred, Source