3 Fragments

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Object Name: 
3 Fragments
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Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. Betty Gruene Speir
Primary Description: 
3 Fragments. (73.1.44-1)Colorless glass, with greenish tinge; bubbly, stone; probably blown in an open mold, enameled, gilded. Beaker or bottle; fragment preserves rim and part of neck or body; thin and uneven red enamel line forms unknown decoration, poorly executed; some blue, opaque white, and green enameled fill with some traces of gilt; (73.1.44-2) colorless glass, with yellowish-green tinge; bubbly, slight iridescent film; probably blown in an open mold, enameled. Beaker; fragment of vessel wall with register of stylized meander pattern in red, opaque white, and blue enamel "relief"; registers divided by thin red bands; above and below a bright yellow green enamel "relief" line highlights meander register; (73.1.44-3) colorless, with yellowish-green tinge; bubbly, with slight iridescence, probably blown, enameled, gilded. Beaker or bottle; fragment of vessel wall with building and tree outlined in thin red line with opaque white, red, blue, and green enamel "relief" fill; some gilt decoration.
Speir, Betty Gruene, Source
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Former Collection