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H: 12.9 cm, D(max): 12.9 cm
Not on Display
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Bequest of Charles K. Bassett
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Transparent gold lustre glass; mold-blown, applied decoration, tooled, and ground. Lily shaped; from circular, flared and waisted ground "fitter rim" the curved shoulder turns abruptly into trumpet-shaped body which curves concavely and flares broadly at slightly scalloped base rim; body has faintly molded ribbing; from "fitter rim" five elongated, opal, trailed and "double-pulled" feathers extend to lower gold border; iridized interior and exterior.
Bassett Estate, Charles K., Source