Plate in "Panel" Pattern

Object Name: 
Plate in "Panel" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Plate in "Panel" Pattern
Accession Number: 
2002.4.8
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 4.2 cm, Diam (max): 38.7 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1909-1918
Primary Description: 
Plate in "Panel" Pattern. Colorless lead glass; blown, cut; circular slightly dished, plate with a scalloped edge (scallops alternating with two points); very thick plate deeply cut in a pattern of straight lines radiating from the center to the edge and dividing the plate into panels, each of which is cut in a row of four hobstars with smallest one in the center and largest at the edge. The center is filled with a multipointed hobstar and acid-stamped with the Hawkes trademark of a fleur-de-lis and two hawks with the word "HAWKES".
Department: 
Pattern Name: 
Panel
Provenance: 
Wasco, Helen Willis, Former Collection
1934
to
1970
Wasco, Ruth, Source
1970
to
2002-04-02
Wasco, Lon, Source
1970
to
2002-04-02
Category: 
Color: 
Material: 
Inscription: 
HAWKES
inscription
Acid stamped in center
Becoming the Crystal City (2018) illustrated, p. 1 (2nd row left); BIB# 714735
5000 years of glass (2012) illustrated, p. 195, #251; BIB# 133950
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2002 (2003) illustrated, p. 12, right; BIB# AI93609
Recent Important Acquisitions, 45 (2003) illustrated, p. 216, fig. 30; BIB# AI59133