Bell in "Malboro" Pattern

Object Name: 
Bell in "Malboro" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Bell in "Malboro" Pattern
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 14.3 cm, Diam: 7.7 cm
On Display
about 1900
Credit Line: 
Gift of Adolph A. Trinidad, Jr. in memory of Josephine H. Trinidad
Primary Description: 
Bell in "Marlboro" Pattern. Colorless lead glass, silvered metal; blown, tooled, cut, polished. Bell-shaped body with solid handle drawn up and topped with a tooled spherical knob cut in strawberry diamonds; handle cut in 6 vertical panels, body cut in a pattern of fans, diamonds and cross-hatching. Wire loop holding chain and clapper is inserted into a hole tooled inside shank of bell during manufacturing, fire-polished lower rim.
Pattern Name: 
Trinidad, Adolph (Al) A. Jr., Source