Pitcher

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Object Name: 
Pitcher
Accession Number: 
50.4.447 B
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 21.75 cm; Rim W: 12.25 cm, D: 13.5 cm; Foot Diam: 12.25 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1844-1860
Primary Description: 
Pitcher. Green or bottle glass, brilliant aquamarine; free-blown with applied and tooled decoration. Pitcher: spheroid body with lily-pad Type III, threaded wide cylindrical neck spreading at rim and with long pinched lip, applied broad crimped foot with pontil-marked flat base; applied loop handle with long crimped and curled end.
Department: 
Provenance: 
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
1922
to
1950
Sterns, S. M., Former Collection
1922
Masterpieces of American Glass
Venue(s)
Museum of Applied Arts 1990-07-27 through 1990-09-02
State Hermitage Museum 1990-09-15 through 1990-10-21
Museum of the State Institute of Glass 1990-11-02 through 1991-01-04
Loan exhibition of eighteenth and early nineteenth century furniture & glass; for the benefit of the National Council of Girl Scouts, inc.
Venue(s)
American Art Galleries 1929-09-25 through 1929-10-09
 
The encyclopedia of modern marbles, spheres & orbs (2005) illustrated, p. 22 fig. 17; BIB# 88983
Treasures from The Corning Museum of Glass (1992) illustrated, p. 101, #95; BIB# 35679
Masterpieces of American Glass (1990) illustrated, pp. 12, 91, pl. 13; BIB# 33046
Glass-Nost: Corning and Russian Museum Set Cultural Exchange (1989) illustrated, p. 92;
Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass (Doubleday edition) (1950) pl. 25, p. 170; p. 120 ff.; p. 37 ff.; BIB# 25299