Covered Footed Bowl

Object Name: 
Covered Footed Bowl

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Object Name: 
Covered Footed Bowl
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 17 cm; Bowl Outer Rim Diam: 10.2 cm; Bowl Base W: 6.5 cm
On Display
about 1770-1829
Primary Description: 
Clear, heavy, bubbly glass with slight gray tinge; pattern molded and pressed. (a) Square foot with concave base, short stem resting on a domed base and surmounted by a merese, straight sided bowl rounded at bottom with out-turned flanged rim; (b) set-in, domed cover with solid finial consisting of two knops; the base and the stem have been pressed, the foot having on its underside center a star-like rib motif, the foot consisting of two layers, the lower being straight and the upper one being scalloped; the applied bowl has been patterned in a diamond mold (12 diamonds), the cover has been patterned also in a ten diamond mold, around the dome of the cover elongated lancet-shaped motifs.
McKearin Antiques, Source
Irish Glass: Waterford-Cork-Belfast in the Age of Exuberance (1981) illustrated, p. 208, pl. 236; BIB# 21932