3-piece Table Set

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Object Name: 
3-piece Table Set
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Not on Display
about 1928
Credit Line: 
Gift of Raymond F. Errett
Primary Description: 
Colorless with gold inclusions, transparent pale blue non-lead glasses; blown into an optic mold, hot-formed, hot applications, assembled. Set of two candlesticks and layered centerpiece with overall gold inclusions: (A) tall three-tiered stand, with hot-formed top decoration of floriform tip (three iris or orchids) mounted on short baluster surrounded by three C-curved tooled dolphins with open mouths resting on patty decorated with blue scrolled trailing, on small ribbed sphere; three graduated swirling optic-ribbed footed bowls, with scalloped rims connected by two short lengths of drilled brass tubing; foot of low, large bowl rests on small ribbed sphere decorated with raised undulating blue trailing; wide low domed optic-molded foot with folded edge; rough pontil; (B,C) pair of tall candlesticks; deep small cup sits within small optic-ribbed bowl, with scalloped rim mounted in ribbed stem that swells slightly at base decorated with blue trailing; stem mounted to short baluster atop three dolphins, resting on patty decorated with blue trail; wide slightly domed optic-ribbed foot with folded edge; rough pontil; unsigned.
Errett, Raymond F., Source