Object in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, 83.6.7 acquired by the Museum in 1983.
Description in New Glass Review: Blown, crimped.
Description from entry form: Kugler colored bowl, free blown with the addition of a gather of hot glass at the last stage where it was crimped while hot in certain parts with tools I [Pauline Delaney] made.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Transparent orange/amber, colorless non-lead glasses; blown, applied and hot-worked rim. Deep straight-sided amber bowl with applied colorless lip wrap crimped on one-half of perimeter to form uneven flared collar rim; rounded base; slightly concave rough pontil; inscribed in script near pontil: "Pauline Delaney 1982".
Technique: Blown and crimping.
Image orientation: portrait.
Published in: New Glass Review 4, p. 8, no. 15.
Master slide condition: Scattered residue.
Slide 1 condition: Color shift and light vertical scratches.
Slide 2 condition: Color shift and light vertical scratches.
Slide 3 condition: Color shift and residue.
Copies in drawer: 3
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