2 Pitchers

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2 Pitchers
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Not on Display
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Nearly colorless, slightly yellowish lead glass; blown and cut. Cylindrical shape; scalloped top rim; applied handle; flute-cut, opposite cut lip; step cutting on neck; flute cutting on shoulder and body with one cut horizontal band; base cut into rays.
Albany Institute of History and Art, Source
Vail, Laura M. F. Tillson, Former Collection
The Coopererative Venture of the Union Glass Works, Kennsington, Pennsylvania, 1826-1842 (1997) illustrated, p. 111, fig. 13;