Enfants (Children)

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Object Name: 
Liquor Glass
Enfants (Children)
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 4.6 cm, D: 4.2 cm
On Display
designed in 1932
Credit Line: 
Bequest of Jerome Strauss
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass; pressed, acid-etched, ground, polished. Miniature straight-walled cylindrical vessel with flared rim ground and polished flat; walls (opposite) decorated in relief with two vertical acid-etched matte panels depicting crouching nude child (one with raised arms, one with hand on knee and hand on head) against a background of grape clusters; base ground and polished flat; mold marks, no pontil; inscribed in script on base: "Lalique/France".
Strauss, Jerome, Source