5 Glasses in "RC 105" Pattern

Object Name: 
5 Glasses in "RC 105" Pattern

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Object Name: 
5 Glasses in "RC 105" Pattern
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
about 1912
Credit Line: 
Gift of Thurman Pierce
Primary Description: 
5 Glasses in "RC 105" Pattern. Colorless, aqua, and green lead glass; blown, cut, engraved. Cup-shaped bowls cut into ten vertical panels and decorated with polished engraving of daisy-like and rose-like flowers, applied heavy cylindrical stems and flat circular feet, both engraved with matching flowers, feet are cut in eight panels and engraved underneath and acid-stamped "SINCLAIRE" on top surface.
Pattern Name: 
RC 105
Pierce, Thurman, Source
Farrar, Estelle Sinclaire (Mrs. Frederic) (American, 1919-2001), Former Collection
The Cut and Engraved Glass of Corning 1868-1940 (1977) illustrated, pp. 67, 69, 90, fig. 89, cat. #41; BIB# 28368