Redware Eagle/Masonic Flask

Object Name: 
Redware Eagle/Masonic Flask

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Object Name: 
Redware Eagle/Masonic Flask
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 15.1 cm, W: 7.9 cm, D: 5.2 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Pottery, Glaze. Half-pink flask press-molded from glass original, dipped in amber slip glaze, brushed with dark brown on sides and at center of masonic emblem on one side. Decorated with an eagle on one side and the masonic symbol on the other.
Wettlaufer, Crawford, Former Collection
Blaske, Edwin, Former Collection
Stradlings, Source
Sticker On underside of base Large circular sticker with black text.