Menorah [slide].

Smith, Joel, 1960-
[Corning, NY], 1992.
glass, metal ; 13.5 cm. x 24.5 cm. x 4.8 cm.
Buechner, Thomas S.
Other Authors: 
Buechner, Thomas S. juror
Steuben Glass, inc. manufacturer
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Master slide condition: Scattered residue, scattered scratches.
Slide condition: Scattered scratches.
Copies in drawer: 1
Published in: New Glass Review 14, p. 27, no. 79.
Slide is property of The Corning Museum of Glass. Copyright for image held by artist. CMoG has a license to "reproduce and sell on the Museum's behalf, and without compensation to the artist, slides, postcard, microfiche, or photographs of my objects selected for New Glass Review 14." Rights and Reproductions Manager.
Description in New Glass Review: Cast, cut, and polished glass; metal.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Colorless, metallic silver; lead glass, Rhodium plated brass, UV adhesive (Loctite #49); cast, diamond sawn, cut, ground, polished, fabricated metal, assembled with UV adhesive. Solid, narrow, horizontal glass body topped with metal candle holder strip; glass is roughly hemispherical in profile with thickened center, two broad sides, each cut into two flat equal sized facets narrowing in thickness from center vertical line to curved sides, top is flat elongated diamond shape, narrow sides thicken towards base which is cut flat; overall polished surface; inset from glass edge and laminated along center of top surface is a long, low, squared strip of metal (with slightly inset base), topped with nine small equally spaced low circular cylinders with extended and flattened rims, center cylinder is approximately one third taller in height with a double rim; engraved in script on narrow side near top (at right angle): "Steuben/Joel A. Smith 1995".
Technique: Casting, cut.
Type: Menorah.
Image orientation: portrait.
New Glass Review 14; entry no. 564.1.92
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 14 no. 79
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Image of CMoG object: 95.4.258