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H: 15.2 cm; D (rim, max.): 13.5 cm, (min.): 8.5 cm
Not on Display
about 1900-1954
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Bequest of Ellen D. Sharpe
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Translucent extremely thick and heavy bubbly colorless and greyish glasses; slight wear marks; free-blown and cut, with encased black flecked enamel. Cut solid ringbase, body with curved bottom and straight walls, flattened upper part through pressing the two opposite walls together; the inside is much smaller and conical, and surrounded by an unevenly shaped bubble; engraved on the base: "553 - H NAVARRE".
Sharpe, Ellen D., Source
Arts and Crafts in Detroit: The Movement, The Society, The School
Detroit Institute of Arts 1976-11 through 1977-01