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Overall H: 12.3 cm, D(body): 10.5 cm
On Display
designed in 1924
Credit Line: 
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Lewison
Primary Description: 
Colorless, opalescent semi-lead glasses, blue-green patina; mold-blown and acid-etched. Small spherical vessel with narrow elongated neck and flared rim ground and polished flat; body decorated in high relief with evenly spaced pointed ribs similar in form to fern fronds extending from base towards neck, ribs are colorless with pale blue-green patina, background is opalescent; flattened circular base, no pontil; inscribed in script on base: "R. Lalique France".