Mossy Ambrosia

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Object Name: 
Mossy Ambrosia
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
H: 17.3 cm; D (rim): 6.3 cm, (foot): 5.3 cm
Not on Display
about 1972
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. Elsie Burton
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass with transparent yellow, green and translucent white glasses; flamework, tooled, hot applications. Irregular conical bowl with hollow stem and trailed foot; colorless trailed lip overhangs deep conical bowl of colorless decorated in three bands; upper third has four evenly spaced large applied flat prunts of alternating colorless and white; second band consists of three staggered rows of alternating green and yellow marvered spots; third band is a row of colorless dots marvered into translucent white of bowl; white continues through hollow tapered stem which is decorated with striations of light brown and a wide single spiral of green flanked by hairline black threads; white and light brown continue into foot which is comprised of slightly flattened thin coils; marked "J" in base with raised blue trailing.
Burton, Elsie, Source