Celery Vase or Glass

Object Name: 
Celery Vase or Glass

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Object Name: 
Celery Vase or Glass
Accession Number: 
50.4.121 B
Overall H: 16 cm; Rim Diam: 12.3 cm; Body Diam (max): 11 cm; Foot Diam: 7.5 cm
On Display
about 1920-1930
Primary Description: 
Celery Vase or Glass. Lead glass, colorless; molded for pattern and free-blown; deep bowl with sides rounding at bottom and tapering slightly to wide rolled over and down-turned rim, small applied circular foot with rough pontil mark; geometric pattern (GIII-5): band of vertical ribbing, one of alternate sunburst motif 1, and blocks of diamond diapering, narrow one of diagonal ribbing to left, one of vertical ribbing, single wide horizontal rib between bands; base ribbed to center.
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
The Decanter: Ancient to Modern (2018) illustrated, p. 223 (fig. 6, right);
Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses (Volume 1) (1999) pp. 191, 250; BIB# 61154
Some Blown-Three-Mold Suspicions Confirmed (1973) illustrated, p. 164, fig. 24; BIB# AI75478
Woman's day dictionary of Sandwich glass (1963) illustrated, p. 22, (row 3, far right); BIB# 98017