4 Pieces of Tableware in "Louis XIV" Pattern

Object Name: 
4 Pieces of Tableware in "Louis XIV" Pattern

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Object Name: 
4 Pieces of Tableware in "Louis XIV" Pattern
Accession Number: 
91.4.11
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1885-1900
Credit Line: 
Gift of Thomas P. Dimitroff and Bill Mehlenbacher
Primary Description: 
4 Pieces of Tableware in "Louis XIV" Pattern. Colorless lead glass; blown, cut, engraved, "Louis XIV" pattern. (A) Cylindrical shape with flared rim, engraved leafy garland below rim; monogram of "WBM" in a circle of stars on one side with garland around it, fleur-de-lis filling rest of space, cut diamonds in small and larger sizes near base, cut eight-point star on base. (B) Cylindrical bowl, engraved leafy garland below rim; monogram of "WBM" in a circle of stars on one side with garland around it, fleur-de-lis filling rest of space, applied straight stem cut in vertical panels, solid knop in center of stem cut with a row of diamonds; applied flat circular foot with cut eight-point star underneath. (C) Cylindrical bowl, engraved leafy garland below rim; monogram of "WBM" in a circle of stars on one side with garland around it, fleur-de-lis filling rest of space, applied straight stem cut in vertical panels, solid knop in center of stem cut with a row of diamonds; applied flat circular foot with cut eight-point star underneath. (D) Circular shape, upturned rim, slightly depressed center; engraved with leafy garland below sheared rim, monogram and fleur de lis in sides and two bands of cut diamonds around ten-point star in center of base.
Department: 
Pattern Name: 
Louis XIV
Provenance: 
Mehlenbacher, Bill, Source
1991-02-04
Dimitroff, Thomas P., Source
1991-02-04
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