Green Pastures

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Object Name: 
Green Pastures
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
H: 17.6 cm, D (max.): 4.3 cm
Not on Display
about 1980
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. Elsie Burton
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass with overlays of green, red, blue and black; flameworked, blown, tooled, hot applications. Cylindrical body with elongated neck; fire-polished rim opening has been flattened to form four sides; cylindrical elongated neck is overlaid with green of varying shades extending to base of the object; neck and shoulder are decorated with four irregular rows of reddish dots; slightly downward tapering body has two dime-sized prunts on opposite sides just below the shoulder, each prunt comprised of a swirl of colorless with green, red, blue and black coloration; narrow foot is formed of a single trailed coil overlaid with eight small bosses which have been slightly flattened; marked "J" in base in raised trailed striated blue glass.
Burton, Elsie, Source