Punch Bowl with Ladle and separate Base

Object Name: 
Punch Bowl with Ladle and separate Base

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Object Name: 
Punch Bowl with Ladle and separate Base
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 32.8 cm; (a) Punch Bowl H: 16.1 cm, Diam: 36.4 cm; (b) Base H: 17.2 cm, Diam: 20.5 cm; (c) Ladle L: 32.7 cm, W: 8.5 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Joanna Davis Jordan and Carol Jordan Cealey in memory of Helen Moore Davis
Primary Description: 
Punch Bowl with Ladle and separate Base. Colorless lead glass; blown and cut. Half-spherical scalloped, serrated rim. (a) Bowl cut on pattern of six hobstars around sides with triangular sections in between filled with a cane like pattern or fine diamonds; large boss on base cut with hobstar and indented in center to fit over. (b) Separate base in the form of a small shallow compote, with flaring hollow paneled stem and hallow body cut in pattern matching that on bowl. (c) Ladle has shell shaped silver bowl and pear-shaped glass handle with enclosed air trap and cut in hobstars.
Jordan, Joanna Davis, Source
Cealey, Carol Jordan, Source
Davis, Helen Moore (1909-1982), Former Collection
J. HOARE & CO. / CORNING / 1853
GORHAM Co. [image of an anchor]
The American Cut Glass Industry: T. G. Hawkes and His Competitors (1996) illustrated, p. 38, #1-28; BIB# 36646
Brilliant Cut Glass Gifts (1984) illustrated, p. 2; BIB# AI12254
Corning Museum of Glass Receives Gift of Corning-Made Glass (1983-12) illustrated, pp. 6-7, ill. p.6; BIB# AI11877