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H: 8.4 cm, D: 38 cm
Not on Display
about 1982
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Gift of Professor Claus Josef Riedel
Primary Description: 
Colorless lead glass; probably cast, cut, engraved. Shallow bowl shape; bottom engraved with numerous pentagonal and hexagonal concave cells, the cells around the edge of the grouping with circular edges facing the rounded rim; each cell separated from the other by engraved lines; engraved above cells but below rim on one side in script "Riedel"; paper label on inside of bowl: "made in austria/RIEDEL/since 1756/Full lead- crystal/over 24% PbO/4-81".
Riedel, Claus Josef (Austrian, b. Bohemia, 1925-2004), Source
Recent Important Acquisitions, 25 (1983) illustrated, p. 277, #63; BIB# AI98084