Necklace

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Object Name: 
Necklace
Accession Number: 
2011.4.2
Dimensions: 
Overall L (with cord): about 76.5 cm; Largest Disk Diam: 9.7 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
2004
Credit Line: 
Gift of Leatrice S. Eagle
Primary Description: 
Colorless, translucent orangish-amber, and red glass, black leather; hot-worked, assembled. Necklace with three large colorless disks cased in orangish-amber with abstract "crackled" line decoration in red. Each disk has two sets of circular perforations on each side through which braided black leather necklace cord is threaded. Surface of glass has matte finish. One end of leather cord is looped; other end has thick, irregularly shaped matching globular glass bead.
Provenance: 
Eagle, Leatrice, Source
2011-01-26
Eagle, Melvin, Source
2011-01-26
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