Plate Glass Vase #85156

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Object Name: 
Plate Glass Vase #85156
Accession Number: 
H: 47 cm, D(max): 14 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Laurie and Irvin J. Borowsky
Primary Description: 
1/4" colorless plate glass (natural green tint), 1/2" transparent smokey gray non-lead glass; plate glass and 1/2" gray spacers, cut, ground, polished, laminated with Loctite UV 363. Tall vase-shape sculpture comprised of plate glass discs in varying diameters separated by spiraling rectangular smokey-gray glass spacers (some with beveled ends); flared "opening" solid disc with beveled edge, long narrow neck widening to sloped shoulder, narrow columnar body tapering in towards wide disc base; inscribed on base: "(block letters) Handmade/Vase 85/56(script) Sidney R. Hutter/ Oct. 1983".
Plate Glass Vase
Borowsky, Laurie, Source
Borowsky, Irvin J., Source