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H: 1.7 cm, D: 2 cm
On Display
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Gift of John E. Gooderham
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Colorless, tan, orange, black non-lead glass, metal; lampworked, millefiori, cut. Domed, circular shape, with tan overlay; cut circular window on top, and five cut oval windows on the side; enclosing an orange- and -black "J" signature cane in the center, encircled by a ring of small cog-wheel canes, each with a "J" (?) at the center, and a ring of gold aventurine, encircled by orange, red-brown and black canes; bottom with brass wire loop.
Gooderham, John E. (Canadian, 1930-2007), Source