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Overall H: 4.9 cm
Not on Display
possibly 1700-1899
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Colorless. Blown; facet-cut. Fragment. Shoulder has rounded edge; wall descends vertically. Decoration on wall appears to consist of four hollow, pointed-oval facets arranged to form square panel with sides at 45 degrees to horizontal; panel contains two triangular facets with common baseline; just above panel, horizontal facet shaped like half-moon; above this, on shoulder, are bottoms of two facets, perhaps pointed ovals from another panel; fragmentary motifs on either side of panels may be pairs of triangles with common baselines; in each case, upper triangle flanks upper panel and lower triangle flanks lower panel.
Smith, Ray Winfield (American, 1897-1982), Source
Islamic Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass Volume One (2010) illustrated, pp. 75-76, #117; BIB# 113723