Rosaria Overlay Vase in "Adelaide" Pattern

Object Name: 
Rosaria Overlay Vase in "Adelaide" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Rosaria Overlay Vase in "Adelaide" Pattern
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 30 cm, Diam (max): 16.3 cm
Not on Display
Web Description: 
A full-page Pairpoint advertisement from May 1922 mentions “the growing demand for Colored Glass.” Rosaria was one of several colors added in the 1920s.
Pattern Name: 
Pitt, William D., Source
Primary Description: 
Colorless and red glass; blown; cased, cut. Vase has wide colorless foot with large colorless ball stem with numerous small air trap bubbles. Bowl of vessel in conical which gradually flares to rim. Body is cut with alternating crossed lines and ovals, with a band of crossed lines running around just below rim. The color red is referred to as "Rosaria."; the pattern is Adelaide.
Corning Museum of Glass 2011-05-19 through 2011-12-31
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Treasures from the Corning Museum of Glass 2011 (2010-12) illustrated, p. 2;