Dish in "Silver Threads and Diamond" Pattern

Object Name: 
Dish in "Silver Threads and Diamond" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Dish in "Silver Threads and Diamond" Pattern
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 2.4 cm, Diam: 15.5 cm
Not on Display
about 1913-1920
Credit Line: 
Gift of Estelle Sinclaire Farrar
Primary Description: 
Dish in "Silver Threads and Diamond" Pattern. Colorless, lead glass; blown, cut. Shallow, octagonal shape, with brilliant cut diamonds around underside of flat rim; shallow vertical flutes around sides and narrow parallel cuts radiating from center ("silver thread") in the base; base with circle with two copper-wheel engraved roses underneath.
Pattern Name: 
Silver Threads and Diamonds
Farrar, Estelle Sinclaire (Mrs. Frederic) (American, 1919-2001), Source
H. P. Sinclaire & Co. Cut and Engraved Glass
Corning Museum of Glass 1972-10 through 1972-12
H. P. Sinclaire, Jr., Glassmaker, v. 1 (1974) pl. 3D, p. 23; BIB# 27646