Jug

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Object Name: 
Jug
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
52.3.36
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 16.2 cm; Foot Diam (max): 6.8 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1900-1952
Primary Description: 
Jug. Transparent, in reflected light pink, in transmitted light opalescent pinkish-amber glass (at inside opal-white); free- blown and cased, with applied and tooled parts and decoration. Plain conical folded foot with rough pontil mark, short convex stem of clear glass supporting a dolphin with tail turned upwards, the end of the tail forming the lip of the jug; ear- shaped handle joining top of tail and body, at the latter turning into a shell-like motif; applications of clear glass: crimped rigaree band along handle, crimped collar around top at stem, crimped mouth and fins of dolphin; applied black and yellow eyes; body of dolphin is ribbed; the colored glass is cased in clear glass.
Provenance: 
Leonard Freedman and Sons, Source
1952-12-02
Freedman, Mrs. L., Former Collection