Pitcher Engraved with Hunting Scene

Object Name: 
Pitcher Engraved with Hunting Scene

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Object Name: 
Pitcher Engraved with Hunting Scene
Accession Number: 
73.4.28
Dimensions: 
H(at lip): 17 cm, D(base): 8.5 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
about 1860
Credit Line: 
Gift of Miss Marion Pike
Web Description: 
This pitcher was engraved by Henry Barnes Leighton, son of Thomas Leighton.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Pike, Marion, Source
Pike, Mary May Leighton, Former Collection
Category: 
Primary Description: 
Ruby over colorless, lead glass; blown, cased, engraved. Cylindrical shape, high, cut lip; heavy applied handle, slightly narrowed neck; straight sides engraved through ruby to show huntsmen and dogs attacking a stag; circular flat foot cut with a multi-rayed star.
The Cut and Engraved Glass of Corning, 1868-1940
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass 1977-04 through 1977-10
Toledo Museum of Art 1977-11 through 1978-02
Glass A to Z (2002) illustrated, p. 297; BIB# 73416
The Cut and Engraved Glass of Corning 1868-1940 (1977) illustrated, p. 21-22, 88, fig. 11, cat. #12; BIB# 28368
Recent Important Acquisitions, 16 (1974) illustrated, p. 132, #41; BIB# AI91024
New England Glass and Glassmaking (1972) p. 334, figs. 280A-280B; BIB# 27280
Cambridge Glass, 1818 to 1888 (1930) pp. 122-123; BIB# 25687