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H: 26 cm, D: 12.8 cm
Not on Display
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Gift of Otto W. Hilbert
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Translucent white cased with transparent Celeste blue lead glass; blown. Circular flared upper rim; inverted curvilinear conical candle cup; disc shape; two bulbous shapes; inverted baluster shape; low profile bulbous shape atop low profile conical foot; rough pontil; unmarked.
Hilbert, Otto, Source
The Glass of Frederick Carder (1971) p. 161, #3124; BIB# 27279