Master slide condition: Scattered scratches.
Slide 1 condition: Scattered scratches.
Slide 2 condition: Scattered scratches.
Slide 3 condition: Scattered residue, scattered scratches.
Copies in drawer: 3
Published in: New Glass Review 8, p. 21, no. 57.
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Object in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, 87.4.82 acquired by the Museum in 1987.
Description in New Glass Review: Blown glass; broken, sandblasted, enameled.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Colorless glass, plate glass has natural green tint; polychrome enamels; blown, broken, sandblasted, enameled, assembled. (a) Vertical rectangular panel with sandblasted (all on reverse side) applied and enameled decoration (on reverse); panel has sandblasted bands in low relief at top and bottom (top band slightly wider) with diagonal alternating striped patterning detailed with gray and blue-green enamel, intruding upon top band are three sandblasted patterned asymmetrical "fragments" each with different geometric patterning and enamel edging (yellow-green, yellow, orange), wide central section of panel is covered with amethyst enamel except at center where three irregular thick curved three-dimensional vessel pieces with same sandblasted patterning as flat "fragments" and enameled backgrounds (graduated yellow-green to yellow to green) are fixed to a sandblasted background vessel shape with golden enamel shadow shape with horizontal fluting that intrudes upon lower band; (b and c) translucent white Plexiglas wall mounts for panel; lower left corner of panel inscribed in script: " c (copyright symbol) Concetta Mason 1986".
Technique: Blown, sandblasting and enameling.
Image orientation: portrait.