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H: 22.7 cm, D(max): 10.3 cm
On Display
about 1880-1920
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Gift of David G. Hale and Margaret Lenderking Hale in memory of Edna Biskett Lenderking and in honor of Howard Lenderking
Primary Description: 
Blue, colorless non-lead glass; mold-blown, applied decoration. Ovoid shape, blown of blue glass into a vertically ribbed mold, rim tooled into points, four applied C-form handles with rigaree, evenly spaced at shoulder and neck, four masks of colorless glass applied in between the handles, flecks of gold foil in blue, and between handles and body, applied ribbed circular foot with a down-folded rim and a rough pontil mark underneath.
Hale, Lenderking Margaret, Source
Hale, David G., Source