Dentelé (Serrated)

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Object Name: 
Dentelé (Serrated)
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 18.9 cm, Diam (max): 13.2 cm
On Display
designed in 1913
Credit Line: 
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Lewison
Primary Description: 
Vase, "Dentelé (Serrated)". Colorless non-lead glass with sepia patina; mold-blown, acid-etched, applied patina. Gourd-shape vessel with elongated neck, slightly tapered-in opening; neck and spherical body decorated with high-relief vertical ribbing, each rib has small raised bumps at regular intervals creating a scalloped effect; overall matte surface and patina (more on body than neck); narrow slightly concave base; no pontil.
Lewison, Edward, Source
Lewison, Mrs. Edward F. (Betty), Source
Molded intaglio at upper edge of base
Rene Lalique: Enchanted by Glass (2014) illustrated, p. 252 (no. 3); BIB# 139598
The Jewels of Lalique (1998) illustrated, p. 199, #203; BIB# 65626
The jewels of Lalique (Les bijoux de Lalique) (1998) illustrated, p. 199 #203; BIB# 59247
Catalogue des verreries de René Lalique (1932-03) pl. 3, #943; BIB# 28820