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Overall H: 8.8 cm, W: 8 cm, Diam: 7.9 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jokelson
Primary Description: 
Colorless lead glass; pressed, cut; molded, enameled, encased sulphide. Cylindrical, straight-sided shape, with plain rim; sides with raised, rectangular panels of sharp diamonds, separated by bands of ribbing, a band of ribbing below; an octagonal, cut, convex panel on the side, encasing a molded white ceramic (sulphide) oval disk with raised beaded border, and with enameled orange, pink, yellow and green flowers and green foliage in the center; projected, rounded panels and flared feet; bottom with six triangular panels of sharp diamonds, separated by radial bands of ribbing emanating from a polished circular disk at the center.
Jokelson, Paul (d. 2002), Source
Jokelson, Mrs. Paul, Source