Small Bowl

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Object Name: 
Small Bowl
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Overall H: 6.7 cm, Diam: 9.1 cm
Not on Display
about 1985
Primary Description: 
Colorless with translucent and lime-green non-lead glasses; kiln-formed using ring-mold, sandblasted edge. Irregular hemisphere with rounded base; layer of colorless flashed in lime-green fused to a layer of colorless window glass, opalescent lustre enamel applied in a mottled pattern sandwiched between both pieces of glass; bowl formed by slumping glass into a ring-mold; interior and exterior have been sandblasted leaving a matte surface; rim abraded to reveal three layers (green exterior) with tapered, thin, irregular edge; rounded base, no foot, object rests on bubble ring.
Coleridge of Highgate, Former Collection