2 Fingerbowls with 2 Plates

Object Name: 
2 Fingerbowls with 2 Plates

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Object Name: 
2 Fingerbowls with 2 Plates
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
73.3.439 L
Dimensions: 
Overall 1a) H: 6.6 cm; 1b) W: 14.9 cm, L: 18.2 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
about 1870-1880
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weininger
Primary Description: 
Colorless lead glass; mold-blown, facet-cut, engraved. (a1,2) Oval shape twenty-panel faceted bowl, copper-wheel engraved in a Baroque style; thick oval shape base with angular twenty-panel facet rim; base engraved with center oval and rayed alternating ovals and ellipses; copper-wheel engraved near base of bowl: " ". (b1,2) Oval rim; twenty-four panel faceted body copper-wheel engraved in a Baroque style curvilinearly tapers to base; thick oval shape base with twenty-four panel facet rim; base engraved with center oval surrounded by rayed alternating ovals and paired ellipses encircled by Baroque styled leaves and scrolling lines; copper-wheel engraved in center oval.
Department: 
Pattern Name: 
Maria Theresia
Provenance: 
Weininger, Richard, Former Collection
1973
Weininger, Mrs. Richard, Former Collection
1973
Title Unknown (Arthur A. Houghton Library)
Venue(s)
Arthur A. Houghton Jr. Library
1876: A Centennial Exhibition
Venue(s)
Smithsonian Institution
 
150 Jahre Lobmeyr (1973) [41] p.; BIB# 19015