2 Celery Glasses or Vases

Object Name: 
2 Celery Glasses or Vases

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Object Name: 
2 Celery Glasses or Vases
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Not on Display
about 1820-1835
Primary Description: 
2 Celery Glasses or Vases. Lead glass, colorless; dip-molded, free-blown and engraved; tall cylindrical glass flaring at rim and rounding at bottom to applied circular foot, with rough pontil mark; twelve short round-top sunken panels around lower part of body and well below engraved circlet; alternating large daisy-like flower with small polished center and large scrolled fernlike leaf; at right of each flower and starting from lower end of leaf, conventionalized floral and leaf spray; at left of flower and depending from upper end of leaf, pinnate and floral swags with star between dots above center and three-petal long stemmed motif depending between sides.
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
1925; 1945
Pittsburgh Glass, 1797-1891 (1976) illustrated, p. 162 (fig. 127); BIB# 19272