Bowl with Cover

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Object Name: 
Bowl with Cover
Accession Number: 
58.6.6 B
Overall H: 6.7 cm; Rim Diam: 12.5 cm
Not on Display
about 1858
Primary Description: 
Bowl with Cover. Colorless, with slight greenish tinge, lead (?) glass; mold-blown. (a) Flaring rather steeply, slightly out splayed at rim; running pattern in low relief (concave on interior) of flowering chrysanthemums, tendril stems and leaves; rounded flat base; tiny mold mark on base; centers, concave on exterior, in relief on interior; (b) covers in form of inverted flat bowl rounding up from straight-walled collar to flattened top; a single twelve-petaled chrysanthemum in relief.
Mr. Niwa, Former Collection
Blair, Dorothy, Source
A History of Glass in Japan (1973) pp. 286, 411-412, pl. 2000; BIB# 27425