Dance Card Holder for a Costume Ball at the School of Applied Arts, Vienna, 1902

Object Name: 
Dance Card Holder for a Costume Ball at the School of Applied Arts, Vienna, 1902

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Object Name: 
Dance Card Holder for a Costume Ball at the School of Applied Arts, Vienna, 1902
Accession Number: 
2001.3.5
Dimensions: 
Overall W: 9.9 cm, L: 20.2 cm, Th: .9 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1902
Web Description: 
The bronze pendant is inscribed: “CoSTVM-FEST/ DER KK KVNSTgEWERBE / SCHVLe IN WIEN 3'1'9o2 / ANToINETE KRASNIK”
Department: 
Provenance: 
Historical Design Inc., Source
2001-04-30
Category: 
Inscription: 
CoSTVM-FEST / DER KK KVNSTbEWERBE / SCHVLe IN WIEN 3'1'9o2 / ANToINETE KRASNIK
Mark
Primary Description: 
Translucent deep blue glass disk, iridized (made by Loetz); bronze; patinated. b) Dance card, paper, metal. Circular hook clasp to attach to costume (open with horizontal bar at equation with hook attached to bar) from where four chains are attached and to which ovoid pendant drops. Pendant is bronze floral design frame into which piece of glass fits on front horizontal bar marked "1902." On reverse, wide band with semi-circular cutout along top. b) Dance card slips behind band on reverse.
Recent Important Acquisitions, 44 (2002) illustrated, p. 231, fig. 34; BIB# AI64571
20th Century Furniture & Decorative Arts (1999) #516;
Das Bohmische Glas 1700-1950, v. 4 (1995) illustrated, #IV.112, p. 75; BIB# 36593