Floradine Spoonholder

Object Name: 
Floradine Spoonholder

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Object Name: 
Floradine Spoonholder
Accession Number: 
H: 10.9 cm, D (max.): 10 cm
On Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. David Clark, in memory of Rose Robbins
Primary Description: 
White, pink and colorless lead glasses; mold-blown, cased. Globular shape with flat (ground and polished) scalloped neck edges, raised design of pink flowers and leaves around sides; flat base, no pontil mark. This is a cased glass; the inner layer is white, the outer layer colorless, the pink color is developed by reheating the first layer before casing.
Pattern Name: 
"Onyx" glass
Clark, Mrs. David, Source
Clark, David, Source