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Object Name: 
Sculptural Part
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
90.3.29 C
Overall H: 18.5 cm, D: 18.5 cm, L: 62.7 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Orange cased in colorless, amethyst, yellow orange applications non-lead glasses; blown, hot-worked. Stylized horn: rests on side, undulating curve of orange glass; narrow end thickly cased in transparent light amethyst; center section decorated with two loops (amethyst cased in colorless) patties of amethyst and yellow, two of which have long dripped trails; two large blown out bubbles near flared end which fades to amethyst and is rimmed with thick cobalt wrap; inscribed in script on exterior near flared end: "Roubícek/PRAHA/1986".
Galerie Gottschalk-Betz, Former Collection