2 Flasks with 2 Stoppers

Object Name: 
2 Flasks with 2 Stoppers

Notice of Upcoming Content and Access Change

The Museum is working on the future of our online collections access, which will be incrementally released over time. On November 1, 2022, “My Collection” sets will be discontinued and no longer available. If you have “My Collection” sets you wish to preserve, we encourage you to print the sets, save as a PDF, or otherwise make your own copies of important information for your future reference.

What is AAT?

The Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT) (r) is a structured vocabulary for generic concepts related to art and architecture. It was developed by The Getty Research Institute to help research institutions become consistent in the terminology they use.Learn More

Object Name: 
2 Flasks with 2 Stoppers
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
73.3.439 O
Overall 1) H: 21.1 cm, W: 8.2 cm, D: 6.4 cm
On Display
about 1870-1880
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weininger
Primary Description: 
Colorless lead glass; mold-blown, facet-cut, engraved. (a1,2) Elongated oval shape body; circular polished rim; cylindrical twelve-panel faceted neck swells to twelve-panel faceted shoulder and twelve-panel faceted body tapers to base; body and neck copper-wheel engraved in a Baroque style; cylindrical base with flared rim; base engraved with encircling Baroque style band and rayed lines; copper- wheel engraved on base in the design: " ". (b1,2) Hollow mushroom shape; solid sphere with faceted flared base; curvilinear panel faceted mushroom shape copper-wheel engraved in a Baroque style; hollow tapering shaft; polished rim; unmarked.
Pattern Name: 
Maria Theresia
Weininger, Richard, Former Collection
Weininger, Mrs. Richard, Former Collection
Title Unknown (Arthur A. Houghton Library)
Arthur A. Houghton Jr. Library
Liquid Refreshment: 2000 Years of Drinks and Drinking Glasses
Corning Museum of Glass 1993-04-24 through 1994-12-31
1876: A Centennial Exhibition
Smithsonian Institution
150 Jahre Lobmeyr (1973) [41] p.; BIB# 19015