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Overall H (at lip): 21.5 cm, Diam (lip-handle): 21.5 cm; Base Diam: 9.5 cm
On Display
about 1825-1850
Primary Description: 
Pitcher. Clear heavy glass; wear marks at base; free blown and heavily cut; oval body with flat base, wide neck flaring slightly to rim with broad arched lip; applied solid ear-shaped handle with flat cut thumb piece. On the body a band of four large blocks of strawberry diamonds separated by single ribs, a horizontal angled rib and a band of rectangles above and below the central frieze, multipointed star at base; horizontal and diagonal prismatic cutting on neck and lip, vertical prismatic cutting on each side of handle, scalloped rim.
McKearin Antiques, Source
Un guide pour la datation de la verrerie de table des annees 1800 a 1940 (2001) illustrated, Fig. 40, p. 210; BIB# 96483
Studies in Material Culture Research (2000) illustrated, p. 187, fig. 48; BIB# 71763
Studies in Material Culture Research (2000) illustrated, p. 187, fig. 48; BIB# 71763
Brooklyn's finest glass: the Brooklyn Flint Glass Works (1995) illustrated, (ill. A.); BIB# 36870
Glass Tableware, Bowls and Vases (1982) pl. 80; BIB# 22048
Two Hundred Years of American Blown Glass (Doubleday edition) (1950) pl. 42, #1, pp. 204-205; BIB# 25299