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Object Name: 
Overlay Chalice
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
2012.2.6
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 35.8 cm, Diam (max): 17.9 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1890-1909
Credit Line: 
Purchased with the assistance of The Karl and Anna Koepke Endowment Fund
Web Description: 
Frederick William Woodhouse was an English landscape painter in the late 19th century. The goblet has an acid-etched signature, "N.E. GLASS CO.", but this is likely a later addition to the glass, probably applied in the 1960s.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Jones, Dorothy Lee, Former Collection
2011
James D. Julia, Inc., Source
2012-07-02
Color: 
Material: 
Inscription: 
Frederick William Woodhouse
inscription
Engraved near rim of cup
N. E. G. C. / .MA. - 1963
label
Affixed on base whitish rectangular paper label
N.E. GLASS CO.
stamp
Acid etched on base of front panel on stem text situated inside rectanle
Primary Description: 
Overlay Chalice. Colorless and transparent red glass; cased, blown, applied, cut, engraved. Chalice with colorless and transparent red cased cup decorated with eight cut overlapping lenses containing latticework. Top third of cup decorated with engraved flowers, leaves, and birds. Inscribed, "Frederick William Woodhouse" on one side; opposite side shows small engraved dragon holding an arrow pointing downwards. Chalice has hollow waisted colorless stem with panel-cut sides and circular foot with cut starburst on base.
New England Glass Company, 1818-1888
Venue(s)
Toledo Museum of Art 1963 through 1963
New Marks on Old Glass (2011) illustrated, pp. 11-13, figs. 21-23; BIB# AI85388