4 Wineglasses

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4 Wineglasses
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about 1780
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A is DEACCESSIONED. Colorless, presumably lead glass; blown, cut and engraved. Four wineglasses; each has an ogee bowl, tall straight faceted stem, applied sloping circular foot; small rough pontil mark; lower bowl cut in trefoil of lunar slices, the lower two bordering the top of pointed panels; on side of each bowl, engraved in Chinese style, a vignette of buildings and landscape.
Steuben Glass, Inc., Former Collection
Treasures in Glass (1966)illustrated, pp. 52-53, #92; BIB# 28036