5-Piece Place Setting in "Centennial" Pattern

Object Name: 
5-Piece Place Setting in "Centennial" Pattern

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Object Name: 
5-Piece Place Setting in "Centennial" Pattern
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
about 1900
Credit Line: 
Gift of Jim W. Miller in honor of his parents, Joe and Francis Miller
Web Description: 
This pattern was copied by T. G. Hawkes and Company from the one developed by Christian Dorflinger and exhibited at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876. The blanks may be from Dorflinger's factory in White Mill and since the two companies worked closely together, Hawkes certainly had permission to copy the pattern.
Pattern Name: 
Jacks, Tom, Former Collection
Miller, Jim W., Source
Primary Description: 
5-Piece Place Setting in "Centennial" Pattern. Colorless lead glass; blown cut. Rounded bowl cut in a pattern of 5 rows of squares and rectangles, filled with small and large cross-hatching; cut shield shape with engraved Old English "P" on one side; cut star on base with radiating lines from center; acid-stamped trademark on foot.
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1999 (2000) pp. 10-11, 16; BIB# AI95008
Recent Important Acquisitions, 42 (2000) illustrated, p. 195, fig. 36; BIB# AI49427
Cut Glass Auction (1999-11-13) p. 5, lot 92; BIB# 82657