Glasses and Pills

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Object Name: 
4 Drinking Glasses
Glasses and Pills
Accession Number: 
(A-D) Drinking Glass H (max): 7.6 cm, W (max): 10.1 cm, D (max): 8.7 cm
Not on Display
designed in 2000
made in 2005
Credit Line: 
Gift of Maria Grazia Rosin and Caterina Tognon Gallery
Web Description: 
In the course of her career, Maria Grazia Rosin has pursued painting and sculpture in addition to applied arts and design. She is best known for her glass lighting and sculptures that reflect her interest in marine biology and science fiction.
Rosin, Maria Grazia (Italian, b. 1958), Source
Tognon, Caterina, Source
engraved Bottom
Primary Description: 
Colorless, blue, orange, white and yellow glass; blown, flame-worked, applied. Cylindrical glasses have one side of rim pushed in, with blue in bottoms and two "pills" applied to interior centers. There are lip wraps around top of each glass.