Pink Dreams

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Object Name: 
Pink Dreams
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
H: 23.1 cm, D (max): 6.9 cm
Not on Display
about 1973
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. Elsie Burton
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass with tan, red, white, blue and black colorations; flameworked, blown, tooled, hot applications. Gourd-shaped bulbous body with elongated neck; colorless flame- polished lip tops upper collared section of neck; approximately one inch from lip, neck is overlaid with translucent white with tan striations; neck is decorated with concentrated areas of red which are drawn into vertical striations extending through length of neck; a single large colorless prunt extends from a point on the neck approximately 2/3 the distance from lip; waisted, bulbous gourd-shaped body is encircled in the upper area by a row of seven blue bosses; body has two rows of large red dots placed between vertical sections of white snakethread with a blue twist; lower half of body has four large evenly spaced colorless bosses; foot is formed of five colorless bosses with central black snakethreading, bosses and base slightly flattened; marked "J" in base in trailed blue glass.
Burton, Elsie, Source