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H: 17.7 cm, D: 13.9 cm
Not on Display
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Gift of Louis Leloup
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Colorless lead glass with opaque white and purple glasses; blown, with hot applications, sandblasted. Bulbous, ovoid shape; heavy-walled vase with lipless short narrow neck of purple cased in colorless which fades to complete colorless as body swells and then tapers to footless base; body decorated with various sized applied "wrinkled" patches of opaque white overlaid with purple; entire surface has been lightly sandblasted or acid-etched rendering it translucent; base slightly polished to form flat ring; no pontil; inscribed on base: "Louis LeLoup/85".
Leloup, Louis (French, b. 1929), Source