Floating Flower

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Object Name: 
Floating Flower
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Overall H: 4.4 cm, W: 37.8 cm, D: 29 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless, translucent white, pink, blue, gray, green lead glasses, gold leaf; blown with "pick-up" decoration, cut apart, sandblasted, fused with inclusion of gold leaf, slumped. Slightly concave lozenge shaped platter, roughly divided into three sections consisting of two hemispherical ends and a narrow central panel; mottled white background with assorted circular and linear pattern; end sections decorated with four large pink flowers (two with an embedded gold leaf petal and two with green and amethyst details), central panel has abstract gray and blue shapes with intermittent patterning of small circles (centered with gold leaf) and squares; colorless sandblasted underside; base point slightly ground flat, no pontil; inscribed in script near edge of underside: "Yumiko Noda '87".
Galerie Gottschalk-Betz, Source
Yumiko Noda '87
Engraved edge of underside
Glass '87 in Japan
Odakyu Department Store 1987-09-11 through 1987-09-23
Tokyo and Fukoka, Japan, Japan Glass Artcrafts Association
Glass '87 in Japan (1987) p. 169; BIB# 32756
Stained Glass Art (1986)