6 Piece Caster Set

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Object Name: 
6 Piece Caster Set
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
about 1815-1835
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. Florence Bushee
Primary Description: 
Colorless lead glass; blown in a full-size mold for pattern, tooled. (A) Mustard pot, (D,E) Shaker bottle with lid, cylindrical shape, pattern of concentric rings on shoulder, above a band of diamond diapering above diagonal lines to right above diagonal lines to left above vertical ribbing; plain base, rough pontil mark in center; (D,E) with tarnished metal shaker caps which push on. B) Shaker bottle, barrel-shape; rough ground lip, pattern of horizontal ribbing above and below diamond diapering with vertical ribbing near base, plain base with pontil mark. (C) Shaker bottle with lid; cylindrical shape; design of vertical fluting on neck and shoulder above diagonal ribbing; plain base with rough pontil mark; brass cap which pushes on. (F) Stand, tarnished metal with traces of red paint where bottles sit; handle and rings for bottles are hand formed and soldered in place, decorated with scallop shells; wood or composition filler under metal base, cloth attached to wood, four ball feet.
Pattern Name: 
A,D,E) GII-36; B) GII-12; (C) GI-23
Bushee, Florence, Source
Glass A to Z (2002) illustrated, p. 198; BIB# 73416
Glass Tableware, Bowls and Vases (1982) pl. 187; BIB# 22048