Bowl and Salver

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Object Name: 
Bowl and Salver
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
about 1935-1950
Credit Line: 
Gift of John W. Walsh Ltd.
Primary Description: 
Clear glass; blown, cut and engraved. Bowl and Salver. Each has a solid conical base; groups of three S-shaped motifs in miter cutting, two waves below rim and one above base, groups of shallow engraved lines in a scale pattern intermingled with the main motifs. Bowl has a cup-shaped body. Salver has a very shallow bowl.
John W. Walsh Ltd. (English, 1922-1951), Former Collection