Champagne Glass

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Object Name: 
Champagne Glass
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 12.2 cm; Bowl Diam: 10.5 cm
Not on Display
about 1870
Primary Description: 
Colorless, possibly flint glass; blown, possibly molded, hot-worked. Thinly blown goblet with fire-polished rim, wide saucer-shaped bowl stepped-in near middle and curving to juncture with stem, top end of narrow solid stem has rounded knop area (that pushes up and raises inside of bowl), remainder of stem is straight (slightly waisted); plain slightly conical circular foot; scattered irregular air bubbles at juncture of stem and foot; small irregular ground pontil.
Kurland - Zubar, Source