Eddio ed Adam [slide].

Author/Artist: 
Meitner, Richard, 1949-
Publisher: 
[Leerdam, Netherlands], 1994.
Description: 
glass ; 18.5 cm. x12 cm.
Juror: 
Buechner, Thomas S.
Frantz, Susanne K.
Technique: 
blown
Other Authors: 
Buechner, Thomas S. juror
Frantz, Susanne K. juror
Bib ID: 
116116
Notes: 
Master slide condition: Scattered residue, scattered scratches, fingerprints, dust, dent, Good, no marks.
Slide condition: Scattered residue, scattered scratches, fingerprints, dust, dent, Good, no marks.
Copies in drawer: 2
Published in: New Glass Review 16, p. 21, no. 56.
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Description in New Glass Review: Blown glass.
Description from entry form: Blown glass.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Neodymium glass. (a) Pale bluish mauve, transparent; (b) pale bluish mauve, transparent, with yellowish amber, transparent knop; blown, applied. Candleholder (a), with cover(b). Candleholder: globular, with hemispherical mouth. Rim plain; narrow opening at junction of mouth and body; base plain, with high, rounded kick; no pontil mark. Cover: bell-shaped, hollow except for knop. Semiovoid knop resting on two disks with rounded edges, small above and larger below; wall descends vertically, and then splays, with plain rounded rim at bottom. (a) Inscribed on outside below rim with diamond point: ""Royal Leerdam 250-248 R.M. 1994"" (cursive); (b) inscribed on inside above foot rim with diamond point: ""Eddio ed Adam RL-RM"" (cursive). Remarks: The object functions as a decorative covered vessel when not in use. To use it as a candleholder, one removes the cover, inverts the lower part and inserts the candle in the kick.
Technique: Blown.
Type: Sculpture.
Image orientation:Landscape.
Series: 
New Glass Review 16; entry no. 495.1.94
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 16 no. 56
Object/Material Note: 
Image of CMoG object: 95.3.63