Description in New Glass Review: Blown glass, applied bits, spun.
Description in CMoG glass object database: Translucent dark amethyst non-lead glass body into grey/black lip, colorless applications; free-blown. Squared cylindrical shape with exaggerated lip; straight-sided slightly tapering body has four colorless "bits", hot applications laid in straight lines along the walls of the body extending into the neck area; after cracking off and reheating lip, vase was spun on the punty rod creating centrifugally a wide, flat, horizontal collar, rectangular in general shape with four extending rounded corners flaring from rectangular vessel opening, lip slightly iridized; base is ground flat; flat pontil; inscribed on bottom of base: "Thomas Buechner III cO Vitrix 1984".
Type: Sculptural vase.
Image orientation: landscape.
Published in: New Glass Review 4, p. 7, no. 9.
Master slide condition: Vertical scratch and scattered residue.
Slide 1 condition: Scattered residue.
Slide 2 condition: Light horizontal scratch.
Copies in drawer: 2
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