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Overall H: 2.5 cm, W: 2.3 cm; Applique without Bulb Th: 0.9 cm
Not on Display
perhaps 1-99
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Opaque white (appliqué), colorless glasses, with yellowish tint (wall); blob of glass applied to wall of blown vessel and stamped. Appliqué roughly circular, with head of female in high relief. Head is shown frontally, with, above forehead, snakelike locks of hair; facial features are schematic, with prominent eyebrows, nose and mouth. Wall of vessel depressed behind appliqué.
Smith, Ray Winfield (American, 1897-1982), Source