Fragment with Animal

Object Name: 
Fragment with Animal

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Object Name: 
Fragment with Animal
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
59.1.438
Dimensions: 
Overall Diam (max): 10.4 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
800-999
Primary Description: 
Almost colorless, with yellowish tinge; few small bubbles. Blown; relief-cut. Fragment of bowl. Rim plain, with rounded lip; wall tapers and is almost straight; base apparently plain. Wall has relief-cut frieze with upper and lower borders each consisting of one continuous horizontal rib. Surviving part of frieze has head, most of body, and hindquarters of relief-cut hare in profile, facing left. Animal has eye represented by countersunk dot, large and pointed ear, body shown in outline, hind leg extended backward, and curly tail. Ear has incised median line and hatching like veins of leaf; outlines of body and tail are notched.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Smith, Ray Winfield (American, 1897-1982), Source
1959-07-27
Category: 
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass 2004-11-18 through 2005-04-24
Corning Incorporated Gallery 2007-03-19 through 2007-08-25
Glass from the Ancient World
Venue(s)
Corning Museum of Glass 1957-06-04 through 1957-09-15
 
Islamic Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass Volume One (2010) illustrated, pp. 178-179, #298; BIB# 113723
Islamic Relief Cut Glass: A Suggested Chronology (1961) illustrated, pp. 16-17, fig. 14; p. 28; BIB# AI57387