Small Bowl

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Object Name: 
Small Bowl
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Overall H: 4.8 cm, Diam: 8 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Opaque marbleized deep reddish-brown glass; blown with several casings, cut. Flattened oval body with inward slanting ground rim and cut groove; three tiers of cut facets, the upper ones pentagonal, the center ones hexagonal and the lower rounded; cutting reveals underlying terra cotta and darker tones; flattened base with ground, slightly depressed pontil mark, which is incised with square seal of Ch'ien Lung Era, somewhat crudely cut.
M. Glueckselig & Son, Source