3 Fragments

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Object Name: 
3 Fragments
Accession Number: 
73.1.27
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1270-1340
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. Betty Gruene Speir
Primary Description: 
3 Fragments. (73.1.27-1) Colorless glass, bubbly, opaque white and blue "relief" dots, surface dull with slight iridescence; blown, enameled, gilded. Fragment preserves rim and flared section of body, single lines of white "relief" dots below rim, below is a thin gilt band followed by a double row of gilt scallops each filled with a blue "relief" dot, below, a band of alternating gilt squares and open squares, beneath this a series of three white "relief" dots arranged in triangular series form the lowest band; (73.1.27-2) colorless with green tinge, thin iridescent film on both surface; blown, opaque white and blue-green "relief" dot decoration. Fragment of body wall preserves zig-zag pattern formed by two rows of blue-grey dots alternating with two rows of white dots; (73.1.27-3) colorless with greenish tinge, some bubbles, surface wear; blown, opaque white enamel "relief" dots and opaque white, green, yellow, and brick red enamel decoration. Fragment preserves mid-section of beaker, between two horizontal yellow bands is a stylized meander pattern in white, green, and brick red enamel, below is a field of large opaque white dots.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Speir, Betty Gruene, Source
1973
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Former Collection