Sugar Bowl and Cover

Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl and Cover

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Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl and Cover
Maker(s): 
Accession Number: 
50.4.18
Dimensions: 
Overall H (with cover): 15.5 cm; Bowl H: 9.8 cm; Cover H: 6.9 cm; Bowl Diam: 11.7 cm; Foot Diam: 5.9 cm; Cover Diam: 12.6 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1775-1800
Primary Description: 
Sugar Bowl and Cover. Lead glass, brilliant sapphire-blue; pattern-molded; deep straight-sided bowl rounding at bottom to applied short-stemmed small circular foot; rough pontil mark; set-in, flanged, low-domed cover with swirl-ribbed finial; bowl and cover in expanded diamond pattern.
Department: 
Provenance: 
McKearin, George S., Source
1950-07-31
Category: 
Color: 
Material: 
Treasures from The Corning Museum of Glass
Venue(s)
Yokohama Museum of Art 1992-10-12 through 1992-12-13
American Antiques and Collectibles (2001) illustrated, p. 273; BIB# 76353
Treasures from The Corning Museum of Glass (1992) illustrated, p. 99, #92; BIB# 35679
A Catalogue of American Antiques (1990) illustrated, p. 101; BIB# 69239
Garasu Nyumon (Introduction to Glass) (1983) illustrated, p. 111; BIB# 32417
Glass Tableware, Bowls and Vases (1982) illustrated, pl. 134; BIB# 22048
A Short History of Glass (1980 edition) (1980) illustrated, pp. 63, #59; BIB# 21161
Glass its tradition and its makers (1975) illustrated, pp. 164; p. 165, fig. 74; BIB# 20697
Glass: its traditions and its makers (1975) illustrated, p. 165, no. 74; BIB# 20697
Corning Glassmaker: an anthology edition (1956) illustrated, p. 8 (top right); BIB# 67761
Corning Glassmaker: The Story of American Glass (1953) illustrated, p. 8 (top right); BIB# 48774
Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass (Doubleday edition) (1950) illustrated, #2, pl. 2; BIB# 25299
American Glass (1948) (1948) illustrated, #I, pl. 31; BIB# 25297