9 Miniature Dishes

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Object Name: 
9 Miniature Dishes
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
about 1858
Primary Description: 
Colorless glass; probably mold-blown, cut. Octagonal cake plate; straight walls with cut diamond pattern; flat base cut with a sixteen-point star. Goblet with bowl cut with three ovals of cross-hatching; narrow collar and ground rim; eight facets at base of cup leads to a four-sided stem and square pedestal foot. Covered cake dish; body curves in at base; cut design on three cross-hatched areas of partial diamond-shape; three semi-circular cross-hatched areas and eight facets; ground rim; tiny lobed foot; rounding cover repeating cross-hatched areas of body, surmounted by a pointed finial of cut facets. Decanter; curving neck cut in panels leading to a smooth, rounded collar with flat, ground rim; bulbous body, cut with loops; cross-hatching, eight facets and leaf-like motifs; stopper with knop in stem; flat top cut with star motif.