Corfu cocktail

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Object Name: 
Corfu cocktail
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
86.4.175 D
(Aa) H: 24 cm, D (max.): 9.8 cm; (Ab) H: 30.8 cm, D (max.): 1.8 cm, (B-G) H: 11 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless, transparent violet, pink, amber, light blue, dark blue, green non-lead glasses; mold-blown, with hot applications. (Aa) Tall cylinder of transparent violet cased in colorless with fire-polished rim and short pouring lip; lower one-fourth decorated with raised colorless wrap; no pontil mark. (Ab) Solid colorless rod with ground and polished ends and short colorless wrap near top. (B-G) Six conical glasses flaring at the top, ground and polished rims; transparent color [(B) dark blue, (C) violet, (D) amber, (E) pink, (F) light blue, (G) green] cased in colorless which forms heavy colorless base; lower third decorated with raised colorless wraps; flat base; no pontil. (A-G) Inscribed in script "Smyers/ cO 1986".
Smyers Glass, Source
Modern and contemporary art glass (2006) illustrated, slide 47; BIB# 130418