Urn with Handles

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Urn with Handles
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Overall H: 39.9 cm, D(max): 21.4 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless, transparent blue-green, translucent white, deep amethyst non-lead glass; blown in parts, cast base, ring handles cut from a blown tube: all attached while hot except for base which is adhered with Loctite Speed Bonder #312. Deep funnel shaped opening, with dark amethyst lipwrap on colorless quickly blending to overall blue-green; neck joined hot to spherical body of translucent white; two small flat vertical cut ring handles of colorless lined with dark amethyst joined hot to shoulder near neck with colorless patties; colorless solid cast three ring stepped base laminated to body; inscribed in script on base: Brand & Greenberg "c" 1990.
Brand/Greenberg Glass, Source
American Craft Enterprises Fair
University Art Museum, Texas 1990-02 through 1990-02