Lustre Stemmed Tableware

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Object Name: 
3 Wineglasses
Lustre Stemmed Tableware
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(A) H: 21.5 cm, D (max.): 7.7 cm; (B) H: 20.8 cm, D (max.): 7.9 cm; (C) H: 17.7 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass, lead lustre glass, with gold iridization; mold-blown with hot applications, iridized. (A) Wine glass with ovoid bowl, thinly blown deep colorless bowl tapers in at ground and polished rim, stem of colorless cased with lustre glass, colorless tool applied hot; entire piece has been reduced and iridized; signed on base "Maslach '86". (B) Wine glass with conical bowl, same as (A); signed on base "Maslach '86". (C) Short wine with cup bowl, same as (A); signed on base "Maslach '86".
Maslach, Steven (b. 1950), Source
Recent Acquisitions: Corning (New Work) (1986) p. 38; BIB# AI16861
Craft Today : Poetry of the Physical (1986) illustrated, p. 183, fig. 153; BIB# 23814