Sugar Bowl with Nip't -Diamond-Waies

Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl with Nip't -Diamond-Waies

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Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl with Nip't -Diamond-Waies
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 14.5 cm; Rim Diam: 11.7 cm
Not on Display
about 1925-1930
Primary Description: 
Very heavy colorless lead glass with a slight gray tinge and few minute bubbles; blown, mold-blown, pattern molded, applied, tooled decoration, pressed base. Square base with concave ribbed center in the form of a large blossom (pressed), applied composite stem consisting of a ball knop resting on one merese and surmounted by four more mereses increasing in diameter towards the top, applied cup-shaped bowl; thickened out-turned rim which has been pinched to form a rosette motif as viewed from the top; bowl patterned in a rib mold, upper body has a chain of nip't-diamond-waies.
Hollander, David, Source
20th century British glass (2009) illustrated, p. 87, pl. 165, left; BIB# 110658
American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1981) illustrated, p. 354, #1389; BIB# 30457