Water Pitcher

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Object Name: 
Water Pitcher
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 21.6 cm, W: 18.8 cm, D:12.1
Not on Display
about 1860-1875
Primary Description: 
Water Pitcher, “Comet” or “Horn of Plenty” pattern. Colorless lead glass; pressed, applied, tooled. Cylindrical pressed body with a pattern of 8 swirling cones or comets around sides; neck is plain with an applied and tooled handle and a sheared pouring lip; scalloped base has a ground and polished pontil mark on flat underside.
Pattern Name: 
Green Valley Auction, Source
Green Valley Auctions, September 24, 2005 (2005-09-24) p. 26, #1135; BIB# 89226