Peachblow Vase in "Lace Embroidery, Queen's" Pattern

Object Name: 
Peachblow Vase in "Lace Embroidery, Queen's" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Peachblow Vase in "Lace Embroidery, Queen's" Pattern
Accession Number: 
2002.4.39
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 16.4 cm, W: 12 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1886-1890
Credit Line: 
Gift of Barbara Olsen in memory of Fellow, John K. Olsen
Primary Description: 
Opaque pale blue glass shading to pink; blown, tooled, applied, acid-etched, enameled, gilded. Tall narrow bowl with three feet and a rim that is partially "collapsed" in three spots forming a roughly triangle shape mouth. Stipple decoration of flowers, leaves, and vines.
Department: 
Pattern Name: 
Lace Embroidery, Queen's
Provenance: 
Olsen, Barbara H. (1923-2016), Former Collection
1980
to
2002
Olsen, John K., Former Collection
1980
to
2002
Category: 
Color: 
Inscription: 
"A-G/#103"
Label
On bottom of base Rectangular white sticker with typed text
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass 2011-05-19 through 2011-12-31
Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Treasures from the Corning Museum of Glass 2011 (2010-12) illustrated, p. 3;
Mt. Washington and Pairpoint Glass (2005) illustrated, dust cover jacket; p. 241, fig. 10-8; BIB# 88066
Gift of Art Glass (2004) illustrated, p. 214; BIB# AI61119
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2002 (2003) illustrated, p. 7, right; BIB# AI93609