Object in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, 87.3.17 acquired by the Museum in 1987.
Description in New Glass Review: Mold-blown, etched, lustre-enameled.
Description from entry form: Blown in mold of mesh wood and steel. Etched, luster painted and fired.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Transparent pale green non-lead glass with iridescent blue metal lustres; blown into mold made of wood, steel mesh, wire and nails, torched and manipulated, acid-etched, 4 layers of lustres. Irregular square shape with elongated neck; irregular narrow opening tops elongated, acid-etched, tapered neck encircled by sharply protruding shoulders, one side bearing an irregular circular opening; body roughly in the form of a rectangular box bearing overall abstract mold marks and bluish lustre enameling.
Technique: Mold-blown and etching.
Image orientation: landscape.
Published in: New Glass Review 8, p. 26, no. 90.
Master slide condition: Dust.
Slide 1 condition: Scattered residue, dust.
Slide 2 condition: Scattered residue, scattered scratches.
Copies in drawer: 2
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