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Object Name: 
Accession Number: 
94.4.158 A
H: 24.2 cm, W: 10.7 cm, D: 12.1 cm
Not on Display
about 1855-1870
Primary Description: 
Colorless, red lead glasses, brass; blown, cut. Cylindrical font, of colorless glass overlaid with red, cut in a pattern of quatrefoils within diamonds and comma-like scrolls, brass collar for screw-in burner; attached with a flat colorless wafer to a solid stem and spreading foot, also overlaid with red, and cut in a pattern of punties on the stem, six panels on the hexagonal foot and a geometric pattern on the base.
Russell, Mrs. Howell E., Former Collection
Price, Alma Blanche, Former Collection
Patterson, Ruth Cappelle, Former Collection
Price, Mabel Cate, Former Collection
Cate, Maria Mitchell, Former Collection
Mitchell, Arthur Little, Former Collection
Russell, Howell E., Former Collection
Patterson, Nellie Cate, Former Collection
Recent Important Acquisitions, 37 (1995) illustrated, pp. 108-109, #25; BIB# AI36371