Li'l Miss Angel

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Object Name: 
Christmas Ornament
Title: 
Li'l Miss Angel
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
98.3.20
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 11.7 cm, W: 6.1 cm, D: 5.5 cm; b) H: 7.1 cm, W: 17.3 cm, D: 9.6 cm; c) H: 5.3 cm, W: 5.3 cm, Th: 1.0 cm; d) H: 3.5 cm, W: 2.7 cm, Th: 1.1 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1997
Credit Line: 
Gift of Christopher Radko Starlight
Primary Description: 
Glass; mold-blown, enameled, glitter gold colored metal holder. Two part box. Light weight cardboard. Rectangular shape, white box, shiny black with paper ornament: angel with gold hair and blue dress seated on red Christmas present with glitter ribbon. Paper brochure attached to ring of metal holder. Enchanted Evening pin: metal, paper, plastic. Square shape with pin clasp. Image of Cinderella and pumpkin coach with "Christopher Radko" above: "Enchanted Evening" below and "1" (top left), "9" (top right), "9" (lower left) "7" (lower right) in corners. Starlight pin: metal, enamel. Rectangular shape. Design of eight (8) painted stars in oval with "R" in center and "R*A*D*K*O" below, background on back of Starlight pin: "1997 member" and "(copyright) 1996 Christopher Radko/for Starad, Inc". Box top reads "(star)/Christopher Radko/1997/"Lil Miss Angel"/1997/ Starlight Members Only Gift"
Department: 
Provenance: 
Radko, Christopher, Former Collection
Starlight, Source
1998-05-26
Inscription: 
(copyright) 1996 Christopher Radko / for Starad, Inc.
date
back of Starlight Pin
1997 member
date
back of Starlight Pin
1 Christopher Radko 9 / 9 Enchanted Evening 7
inscription
On Enchanted Evening Pin reading left to right on front
(star) / Christopher Radko / 1997 / Li'l Miss Angel / 1997 Starlight Members Only Gift
label
top of box
Glittering Traditions: Glass Holiday Ornaments from the Study Collection
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass
Mini-exhibit in the Recent Acquisitions Case