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Overall H: 9.3 cm; Rim Diam: 25 cm
Not on Display
about 1925-1935
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Exchange with The Royal Scottish Museum
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Heavy translucent mainly light blue glass with many bubbles; blown and ground. Large bowl with curved sides, below disc foot with ground unpolished pontil mark; the walls show a decorative pattern of purple and golden tones arranged in a marbleized swirl pattern; on the base a paper label: "Moncrieff Scotland - Monart glass - IV. M. A. 185".
Royal Scottish Museum, Former Collection