Sugar Bowl with Cover

Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl with Cover

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Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl with Cover
Maker(s): 
Accession Number: 
50.4.2
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 15.75 cm; (a) Bowl H: 9.5cm; Bowl Diam: 9.7 cm; Foot Diam: 6.5 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1750-1780
Primary Description: 
Sugar Bowl with Cover. Green or bottle glass; deep clear green of yellow tone; blown; deep globular body, sides sloping to plain rim, applied small sloping circular foot with rough pontil mark; opposing, applied small solid handles with thumb- and finger-pieces; flanged set-in flattened-domed cover with ball-on-button finial.
Department: 
Provenance: 
McKearin, George S., Source
1950-07-31
McKearin, George S., Source
1950-07-31
Category: 
Color: 
Material: 
Glassmaking: America's First Industry
Venue(s)
Strong Museum 1990-04-17 through 1990-04-29
Glassmaking: America's First Industry
Venue(s)
Strong Museum 1990-04-17 through 1990-04-29
 
Masterpieces of Glass: A World History From The Corning Museum of Glass (1990) illustrated, pp. 186-187, pl. 85; BIB# 33819
Masterpieces of Glass: A World History From The Corning Museum of Glass (1990) illustrated, pp. 186-187, pl. 85; BIB# 33819
Book of Glass (1986) p. 62;
Vetri del Settecento e dell'ottocento (1985) illustrated, p. 71; BIB# 32949
Decorative Arts, Federal (1985) p. 135;
Decorative Arts, Federal (1985) p. 135;
Through a Glass, Beautifully (1980-01) illustrated, p. 30, ill.;
Through a Glass, Beautifully (1980-01) illustrated, p. 30, ill.;
Masterpieces of Glass: A World History from The Corning Museum of Glass (1980) illustrated, pp. 186-187, pl. 85; BIB# 20953
Masterpieces of Glass: A World History from The Corning Museum of Glass (1980) illustrated, pp. 186-187, pl. 85; BIB# 20953
A Short History of Glass (1980 edition) (1980) illustrated, pp. 62-63, #58; BIB# 21161
A Treasury of World Antiques (1979) illustrated, p. 171; BIB# 21035
Glassmaking: America's First Industry (1976) illustrated, pp. 8-9, fig. 7; BIB# 28025
Le Verre dans Tous ses Reflets (1973-06) illustrated, pp. 36-41, ill. p. 40, left;
The Woman's Day Dictionary of American Glass (1961-08) illustrated, p. 20, top left; BIB# 98018
The Corning Glass Center (1958) illustrated, p. 20 (top); BIB# 26395
Glas (1958) illustrated, col. pl. opp. p. 144; BIB# 25567
Art in Glass (1955) p. 150;
Art in Glass (1955) p. 150;
Title Unknown (Antiques) (1952) illustrated, p. 208, fig. 2;
Title Unknown (Antiques) (1952) illustrated, p. 208, fig. 2;
Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass (Doubleday edition) (1950) illustrated, #3, pl. 27; pp. 15, 174; BIB# 25299
Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass (Doubleday edition) (1950) illustrated, #3, pl. 27; pp. 15, 174; BIB# 25299
Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass (Bonanza Books edition) (1950) illustrated, #3, pl. 27; pp. 15, 174; BIB# 96725
Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass (Crown Publishers edition) (1950) illustrated, #3, pl. 27; pp. 15, 174; BIB# 76944
American Glass (1948) (1948) illustrated, #1, pl. 15; p. 43; BIB# 25297
American Glass (1948) (1948) illustrated, #1, pl. 15; p. 43; BIB# 25297