Cone Beaker

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Object Name: 
Cone Beaker
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 17.6 cm; Rim Diam: 8.5 cm
On Display
Web Description: 
This beaker was found at Faversham, Kent, in southeastern England, in 1862.
Hoare, Dr. William Parker, Former Collection
Cooke, P. T., Source
Primary Description: 
Transparent yellowish brown glass; trails of same color. Blown; applied. Cone beaker. Rim outsplayed, turned in and down; wall tapers, curving in at bottom; base narrow; pontil mark annular, appearing as intermittent scar. Decorated with yellowish trails; below rim, horizontal trail with overlapping zigzag trails, irregular, ends overlapping, one trail; on base, damage to end of bottom trail. .
Corning Museum of Glass
Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Title Unknown (Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences)
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sidney 1959 through 1981
The Decanter: Ancient to Modern (2018) illustrated, p. 25 (fig. 2);
Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants (2010) illustrated, pp. 108-109, #10; BIB# 115588
Roman Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume Two (2001) illustrated, pp. 151-153, pl. 668; BIB# 58895
Treasures from The Corning Museum of Glass (1992) illustrated, p. 37, #26; BIB# 35679
Recent Important Acquisitions, 28 (1986) illustrated, p. 99, #5; BIB# AI17497
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1985 (1986) illustrated, pp. 4, 14; BIB# AI96384