Hyacinth Flower Model

Object Name: 
Hyacinth Flower Model

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Object Name: 
Hyacinth Flower Model
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
81.3.72 A
H (A): 21.2 cm, (B): 22 cm, (C): 22.1 cm
On Display
about 1860-1865
Primary Description: 
Translucent blue-purple and white non-lead glasses; lampworked. Tall "stem" of brass sheet, wound to form a tube; green painted wood stick inserted in one end, holding blue and white striped multi-petaled flowers and buds wired to the stick; the other end of the tube cemented to a thin glass dome, filled with plaster on the underside; the remains of ribbed green leaves cemented to the base of the stem.
Albrecht, Renate, Source
Pones, Gertrude (German), Former Collection