Ewer with Stopper

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Object Name: 
Ewer with Stopper
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
73.3.11
Dimensions: 
(a&b) H: 19.8 cm; (a) H: 15.4 cm; (b) H: 9.6 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1972-1973
Primary Description: 
Yellow-brown glass, very bubbly with some stone; blown and tooled. (a) Flared rim, infolded, almost cylindrical neck with convex rib well below rim, wall spreads out to form small globular body, applied gather on body is blown and tooled, pulled up and out to form spout, handle applied on opposite side, pulled up, over and down just below rim on neck, heavy trail applied before spout and handle on body and pulled up around neck; kicked base retains pontil mark. (b) Stopper formed of thick bulbous knop (handle) constricting before spreading out to larger flattened bulbous knop which tapers into a long tube, cracked-off from pontil and left unworked.
Provenance: 
Brill, Robert H. (American, 1929-2021), Source
Color: 
Technique: 
The illustrated encyclopedia of glass (2011) illustrated, p. 84; BIB# 128671