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Object Name: 
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H: 16.9 cm, L(incl. handle): 12.9 cm, D: 8.1 cm
On Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of T. Reed Ferguson
Primary Description: 
Colorless lead glass; pressed, tooled, applied. Oval bowl with sheared rim tooled into a pouring lip opposite applied ear-shaped handle, lower part of body has 6 oval vertical loops which end just above a short solid 6-sided stem which ends in a circular base with two faintly discernible mold seams at opposite sides.
Pattern Name: 
Ferguson, T. Reed, Source