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Overall H: 18.2 cm; Bell Edge Diam: 8.4 cm
On Display
about 1800
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. William Esty
Primary Description: 
Clear and opaque white glasses; blown, with applied decoration. Bell-shaped lower part with collar on top of which the handle is attached by a metal pin and some plaster; the handle consists of a solid baluster with triple knop finial and lower knop; a chain and glass bead is attached to the metal pin; the bell itself is decorated with a pattern of festoons in opaque white glass.
Esty, Mrs. William, Source
Collectible Glass Bells of the World (2003) illustrated, p. 153; BIB# 76423