Stamper with 6 Seals and Wax

Object Name: 
Stamper with 6 Seals and Wax

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Object Name: 
Stamper with 6 Seals and Wax
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
55.2.20
Dimensions: 
Seal Diam: 1.2 cm; Stamper L: 6.5 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1870-1899
Primary Description: 
Transparent light green glass; tooled and cut. Eight-sided club-shaped stamper with faceted top and gilded metal holder for seals. (b-g) Seals: glass is tooled, cut and acid-etched. eight-sided face with knop for stamper. (b) Clear; music bars: "kindly see me". (c) Green; heart with "dear to you". (d) Amethyst; flower with "forget me not". (e) Blue; dog with letter and: "haste thee". (f) Bluish-green; a cornucopia and "god gives". (g) Amber; heart and leaves with: "my (heart) is with thee". (h) A piece of sealing wax.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Hawkins, Mrs. E. S., Source
1955-02-02
Inscription: 
kindly see me
b) Inscription
dear to you
c) Inscription
forget me not
d) Inscription
haste thee
e) Inscription
god gives
f) Inscription
my (heart) is with thee
g) Inscription