Bell and Stand

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Object Name: 
Bell and Stand
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
(a,b) H: 14 cm; (a) H: 12.8 cm, D(rim): 6.7 cm; (b) D: 10.5 cm
On Display
about 1840-1870
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Koranye
Primary Description: 
Ruby-colored, and opaque blue glasses; blown, cased and cut. (a) Bowl of circular shape, flared rim; cut panels at top; metal handle in the form of a grape vine, with two opaque turquoise blue sets; ball-shape metal clapper. (b) Circular wood shape, mounted with gilt metal (brass?) on rim and slightly domed circular plate, rimmed with standing scrolls, grape cluster at center; underside of base covered with cross-hatch-embossed green paper.
Koranye, Theodore, Source
Koranye, Mrs. Theodore D., Source
Collectible Glass Bells of the World (2003) illustrated, p. 101; BIB# 76423