Decanter and Stopper in "Honeycomb" Pattern

Object Name: 
Decanter and Stopper in "Honeycomb" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Decanter and Stopper in "Honeycomb" Pattern
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 32.6 cm, Diam (max): 11.6 cm
On Display
about 1860-1880
Primary Description: 
Honeycomb Decanter and Stopper. Non-lead glass, colorless, heavy; pressed; taper-shape body with ten graduated rows of honeycomb facets, and, at top extending on the neck, long flute facets, thick ten-sided flange; plain base with ground and polished pontil mark. Matching hollow, inverted-cone stopper, plain top with ground and polished pontil mark.
Pattern Name: 
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
Glass, the Mildred C. Howe Collection
Valentine Museum 1971-10-23 through 1971-11-21
Glass Tableware, Bowls and Vases (1982) illustrated, pl. 102, third from left; BIB# 22048
American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1981) illustrated, p. 252, #996; BIB# 30457
Glass, the Mildred C. Howes collection (1971) illustrated, p. 22 (#60); BIB# 30149