2 Dessert Plates

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2 Dessert Plates
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Not on Display
about 1820-1830
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Brilliant colorless lead glass; blown and cut. Deep centers rounding at bottoms and with flat flaring rims; in centers, inside, encrusted opaque white cameo with stag's head crest; band of fine-cut relief diamonds on rim notched at edges; on bottoms, brilliant sunburst of alternate single broad and five fine rays, tips terminating on sides.
Steuben Glass, Inc., Source