Burmese Bowl with Applied Flowers

Object Name: 
Burmese Bowl with Applied Flowers

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Object Name: 
Burmese Bowl with Applied Flowers
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 17 cm; Body Diam (max): 23.8 cm
On Display
Web Description: 
This bowl, with its elaborate decoration, was one of Mt. Washington’s most expensive pieces of Burmese glass.
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
Primary Description: 
Burmese Bowl with Applied Flowers. Burmese, possibly lead glass, translucent lemon-yellow shading to pink; blown, applied; large hemispherical bowl squared at incurving crimped or fluted rim, supported by four applied yellow feet; pattern of ribbing so expanded as to be visible only on base, strawberry prunt at center base and applied, on two sides, a conventionalized open and a closed flower with stem and veined large leaf.
Corning Museum of Glass 2011-05-19 through 2011-12-31
Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Burmese Glass: 1885-1985
New Bedford Whaling Museum 1985-08-17 through 1985-12-29
Mt. Washington and Pairpoint Glass (2005) illustrated, p. 184, fig. 9-5; BIB# 88066
The Queen's Choice: Burmese, 1885-1985 (1985) illustrated, #57; BIB# 33708