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Overall H: 162.8 cm
On Display
about 1860-1880
Primary Description: 
Transparent deep emerald green, green and yellow-green glass; brass; blown, cut, pressed, gilded. Eight curving arms with large tulip-shaped shades with gilded decoration of leaves and band at rim. Long shaft with six prisms (each with three jewels) suspended from brass arms near top prism and jewels at top transparent green, prisms on bobeches transparent green some points transparent green, some transparent yellow-green small balls on Bg transparent green.
Nesle Inc, Source
Corning Museum of Glass 2006-05-19 through 2006-11-30
Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Mobilier din sticla (2006-10) illustrated, p. 89; BIB# AI97184
Glass of the Maharajas (2006-08) illustrated, p. 11;
Dazed and Dazzled (2006-06) illustrated, p. 90, lower left;
The Epitome of Opulent (2006-05-28) illustrated, p. 3c;
European Glass Furnishings for Eastern Palaces (2006) illustrated, pp. 76-77, fig. 3-29; BIB# 92506
The Ultimate Luxury (2005) illustrated, pp. 142-145, esp. p. 142;
F. & C. Osler, Calcutta. (1876) illustrated, pp. 66-67 (no. 2827 G); BIB# 92821