Pitcher in "Queen's (variant)" Pattern

Object Name: 
Pitcher in "Queen's (variant)" Pattern

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Object Name: 
Pitcher in "Queen's (variant)" Pattern
Accession Number: 
83.4.55
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 20.1 cm, W: 19.1 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1905-1915
Credit Line: 
Gift of Joanna Davis Jordan and Carol Jordan Cealey in memory of Helen Moore Davis
Primary Description: 
Pitcher in "Queen's" (variant) Pattern. Colorless lead glass; blown and cut. Waisted cylindrical shape, high pouring lip with five flat panels cut underneath; edge notched between lip and applied handle. Cut pattern on body consisting of nine polished circles (punties or printies) alternating with triangular or diamond-shaped sections filled with cross hatching; a cane-like pattern and a snowflake like pattern.
Department: 
Pattern Name: 
Queen's (variant)
Provenance: 
Jordan, Joanna Davis, Source
1983-07-28
Cealey, Carol Jordan, Source
1983-07-28
Davis, Helen Moore (1909-1982), Former Collection
Category: 
Color: 
Material: 
Inscription: 
J. HOARE & CO: / CORNING / 1853
Trademark
base
The American Cut Glass Industry: T. G. Hawkes and His Competitors (1996) illustrated, p. 40, #1-30, right; BIB# 36646
Brilliant Cut Glass Gifts (1984) illustrated, p. 3 (center right); BIB# AI12254