The Great Tazza

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Object Name: 
The Great Tazza
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 38.9 cm; Bowl Diam: 48.7 cm
On Display
about 1889-1895
Credit Line: 
Bequest of Juliette K. Rakow. From The Cameo Glass Collection of Leonard S. Rakow and Juliette K. Rakow
Primary Description: 
Green glass cased with white, green, white and ruby; cameo-carved with floral motif.
Rakow Estate, Juliette K. (Mrs. Leonard S.) (d. 1992), Source
Thomas Webb & Sons Gem Cameo
J. Paul Getty Museum 2007-10-18 through 2008-01-14
Corning Museum of Glass 2008-02-15 through 2008-05-27
Cameo Glass: Masterpieces from 2000 Years of Glassmaking
Corning Museum of Glass 1982 through 1982
Oriental Influences on Victorian Glass (2010-3) illustrated, p. 11;
Reflecting Antiquity: Modern Glass Inspired by Ancient Rome (2008-04) illustrated, p. ?;
Modern Glass Inspired By Ancient Rome (2008-02-22) illustrated, p. 1;
Learning from the ancients (2008-02-20) illustrated, p. 1D;
Glass from the past (2008-02-14) illustrated, p. 2D;
Ancient Inspiration (2008-02-14) illustrated, D2;
Reflecting Antiquity: Modern Glass Inspired by Ancient Rome (2008-01) illustrated
Ecouri ale Romei antice in sticlaria moderna (2008) illustrated, p. 87, top left; BIB# AI97179
The Cameo Glass of Thomas and George Woodall (2000) illustrated, p. 53; BIB# 64626
English Cameo Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1994) illustrated, pp. 9, 33, 61, fig. 28; BIB# 35913
Important Acquisitions from the Rakow Collection (1993) illustrated, cover, frontispiece; p. 140, #6; BIB# AI32225
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1992 (1993) illustrated, pp. 2-3; BIB# AI96377
A Passion for Glass (1982-01) p. 67; BIB# AI29846
Cameo Glass: Masterpieces from 2000 Years of Glassmaking (1982) illustrated, pp. 70, 113, #60; p. 50 (fig. 26), p. 51 (fig. 27); BIB# 30609