Lithyalin Vase

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Object Name: 
Lithyalin Vase
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 30.5 cm; Rim Diam: 7.3 cm; Base Diam: 10.16 cm
On Display
about 1830
Primary Description: 
Marbled green, yellow-green, brown, and greyish-purple non-lead glasses; blown, cut, stained. Large ovoid shape; cut hollow panels running from the neck to the foot; greyish-purple glass inside, marbled green, yellow-green and brown surface on the exterior; polished, flat rim; slightly flared, tubular neck; ovoid body; flared, circular foot with rounded rim; polished, flat rim with polished concave pontil mark.
Lipkowitz, Freda, Source
Corning Museum of Glass 2005-05-19 through 2005-10-30
Create Jewelry Glass (2009) illustrated, p. 87; BIB# 108860
Five Thousand Years of Glass (Rev ed.) (2004) illustrated, p. 191, #245; BIB# 98761
Five Thousand Years of Glass (British Museum Press, Revised) (1999) illustrated, p. 191, #245; BIB# 65713
Five Thousand Years of Glass (Paperback) (1995) illustrated, p. 191, #245; BIB# 27096
Cinquemila anni di vetro (1991) illustrated, p. 191, #245; BIB# 35145
Glass, 5000 Years (1991) illustrated, p. 191, #245; BIB# 33963
Five Thousand Years of Glass (British Museum Press) (1991) illustrated, p. 191, #245; BIB# 34319