Punch Bowl

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Object Name: 
Punch Bowl
Maker(s): 
Accession Number: 
64.2.11
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 14 cm, Diam: 20.3 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1760
Primary Description: 
Pale aquamarine lead glass; blown and engraved. Deep, circular form, with rounded sides; trailed opaque white rim; engraved border of cyma scrolls, and lyres with fox head finials flanked by horseshoe scrolls ending in bird's heads; engraved decoration in three panels separated by cross-hatched panels, scrolls, fans, and flowers: a large 17th century mansion with three bays and four chimneys, with a man and boy standing in front, with a hunting dog alongside; a drinking scene, with seven seated men and a servant standing around a large oval table, smoking and drinking, with a bottle, a pipe and a bowl on the table, on a floor laid out in squares a ribband above, inscribed "FARI QUAE SENTIAS/ APPETITVS RATIONI PAREAT"; and a hunting scene, with two men on horseback, one blowing a hunting horn, following five dogs and a stag; a band of stylized flowers at the bottom; applied flared foot; polished pontil mark.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Davis, Cecil, Source
1964-07-20
Kendzior, Mrs., Former Collection
Category: 
Material: 
Inscription: 
FARI QUAE SENTIAS / APPETITVS RATIONI PAREAT (Speak what you think / Let the appetite be obedient to reason)
Inscription
Liquid Refreshment: 2000 Years of Drinks and Drinking Glasses
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass 1993-04-24 through 1994-12-31
English and Irish Glass (1968) sec. 1, pp. 1, 7 fig. 6, 8; BIB# 27197
Corning Museum Accessions in Glass (1965-12) illustrated, p. 846, left;
Recent Important Acquisitions, 7 (1965) illustrated, p. 131, #50;
Fine English Glass and Early Lead Glass (1964-06-22) Lot 154;
English Glass... Fine French Paperweights (1958-02-04) illustrated, Fig. 58;