Vase with Personification of Art (or Science)

Object Name: 
Vase with Personification of Art (or Science)

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Object Name: 
Vase with Personification of Art (or Science)
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Accession Number: 
Overall H: 29.6 cm, Diam (max): 15 cm
Not on Display
about 1815
Primary Description: 
Colorless glass; blown, tooled, cut; gilded and enameled. Jar shape vase with wide, flat, circular foot. The top and bottom of the vase is cut with horizontal lines, while the mid-section has been diamond cut. The center of the vase has an enameled and gilded picture with four figures entitled "The Arts and Sciences" by William Collins.
C & L Burman (Works of Art) Ltd., Source
Patent Enwind??
Enameled At bottom left corner of enameled image.
Recent Important Acquisitions, 47 (2005) illustrated, p. 224, #18; BIB# AI66969
From Palace to Parlour : A Celebration of 19th-century (2003) illustrated, #10; p. 14; BIB# 78655