Centerpiece Bowl and Plate with Box

Object Name: 
Centerpiece Bowl and Plate with Box

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Object Name: 
Centerpiece Bowl and Plate with Box
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
90.4.53
Dimensions: 
H (a-c): 8.3 cm; (a) H: 7 cm; (b) 6 cm; (c) H: 1.2 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1928-1944
Credit Line: 
Gift of Long Island Depression Glass Society, Ltd.
Primary Description: 
Pink and colorless non-lead glasses; pressed, tooled, etched plate; "Versailles" pattern. (a) Oval shape bowl, with flaring rim which extends down to table obscuring body of bowl; (b) oval shape plate, etched with fan and scroll decoration on rim; (c) oval shape covered box of colorless glass, with square holes in pink top to hold flowers.
Department: 
Pattern Name: 
"Versailles"
Provenance: 
Long Island Depression Glass Society, Ltd, Source