10 Piece Place Setting

Object Name: 
10 Piece Place Setting

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Object Name: 
10 Piece Place Setting
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of M. H. Riviere
Primary Description: 
10 Piece Place Setting. Colorless lead glass; blown, cut and engraved. (A) White wine, (B) goblet, (C) red wine glass, (D) champagne, (E) port or Madeira glass, (F) sherry glass, (G) cordial glass: bell-shaped bowl with flaring rim, tooled knop below bowl, inverted baluster stem, flat foot; bowl of each piece is cut in panels and engraved with dolphins, a fountain and scroll, engraving is polished, rock-crystal style; knop and stem of each piece is paneled and engraved with flowers, top surface of foot is cut into panels and bottom surface has engraved flowers and polished pontil mark; (H) punch cup has bell-shaped bowl, applied handle, 2 knops and domed foot and is cut and engraved to match stemware; (I) finger bowl is half-spherical with flaring rim and flat base and is cut and engraved to match; (J) ice-cream plate is circular with deep recess in center and is cut and engraved to match stemware.
Brady, James Buchanan, Former Collection
Riviere, Marilynn Himes, Source
Diamond Jim Brady's Glassware (1989-10) illustrated, pp. 1, 6-7; BIB# AI23328
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1988 (1989) illustrated, pp. 6, 21; BIB# AI96381
Recent Important Acquisitions, 31 (1989) illustrated, p. 109, #24; BIB# AI23357