Cane Slice

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Object Name: 
Cane Slice
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
H: 0.6 cm, L: 0.7 cm, Th: 0.4 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Brian Kervliet
Primary Description: 
Colorless, opaque white, red, and black, and transparent blue, aqua, and pink non-lead glasses; flame-worked, tooled, manipulated, fused, encased, pulled, cut. Cane slice of a cane commemorating the 1993 Bead Conference with the monogram "B.K." above the date "1993", a black and white ying/yang symbol on its left and a black and white peace symbol on the right; the whole encased in white and surrounded by a repetitive circle of blue, aqua, and rose-colored dots, then encased in colorless glass; unsigned.
Kerkvliet, Brian, Source