3 Glasses

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3 Glasses
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(A) H: 23.7 cm, D (max.): 8 cm; (B) H: 18.4 cm, D (max.): 8 cm; (C) H: 13.8 cm, D (max.): 8 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Translucent opal non-lead glass with blue and black enamels, cased in colorless, colorless stem and foot; mold-blown with hot worked base and stem. (A) Tall goblet with deep cylindrical bowl with fire-polished rim; bowl of translucent opal decorated with small patches of blue and intermittent abstract linear patterning, cased in colorless; stem and solid conical foot of colorless applied and tooled hot; inscribed "Maslach '86". (B) Short goblet, same as (A), with wider bowl; inscribed "Maslach '86/Maslach '85". (C) Tumbler with straight sides tapering to flat, ground and polished base, no pontil; inscribed "Maslach '86".
Pattern Name: 
Maslach, Steven (b. 1950), Source
Recent Acquisitions: Corning (New Work) (1986) p. 38; BIB# AI16861