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Overall H: 31 cm; Rim Diam: 6.7 cm
Not on Display
about 1960-1980
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Gift from Estate of Zachary Taylor
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Translucent dark grayish-amber, opaque white, transparent green and amethyst non-lead glasses; blown, overlaid, trailed, acid-etched, ground. Tall, slender, ovoid form; amber overlay on white on amber; cylindrical neck with heavy, square collar, ground flat on top; the neck and rounded sides with matte (acid-etched) surface; partly glossy applied and tooled pendant branch of fruit and foliage in marbled green and amethyst glass; heavy, square collar at the foot; the foot ground flat on the underside; remains of a paper sticker on the bottom.
Taylor Estate, Zachary, Source