Serving Fork in "Russian and Pillars" Pattern

Object Name: 
Serving Fork in "Russian and Pillars" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Serving Fork in "Russian and Pillars" Pattern
Accession Number: 
84.4.58 B
Overall W: 28.7 cm, D: 4.8 cm
On Display
about 1890
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Huntington, Jr.
Primary Description: 
Serving Fork in Russian and Pillar Pattern. Colorless lead glass, silver; blown and heavily cut. Silver salad fork with ovoid glass handle cut in Russian pattern; silver is marked "GORHAM CO" with an anchor.
Pattern Name: 
Russian and Pillars
Huntington, John C., Jr., Source
Huntington, Mrs. John C., Jr., Source
on silver with an anchor
World's Columbian Exposition
The American Cut Glass Industry and T. G. Hawkes (1996-09) illustrated, p. 3;
The American Cut Glass Industry: T. G. Hawkes and His Competitors (1996) illustrated, p. 51, #2-14; BIB# 36646
The Cutting Edge: 200 Years of Crystal (Brochure) (1992) illustrated, p. 11; BIB# 35107
The Cutting Edge: 200 Years of Crystal (1992) p. 154; BIB# 35042
American Brilliant-Style Cut Glass (1991-06) cover ill.; BIB# AI26937
Masterpieces of American Glass (1990) illustrated, pp. 42, 94, pl. 67; BIB# 33046
Recent Important Acquisitions, 27 (1985) p. 103, #24; BIB# AI15253
The Complete Cut and Engraved Glass of Corning (1979) illustrated, ill. 159, 134, pp. 67, 63; BIB# 28811