Relief Plaque

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Object Name: 
Relief Plaque
Accession Number: 
52.4.322
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 28.9 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1938-1950
Credit Line: 
Gift of Frederick Carder
Primary Description: 
Relief Plaque. Translucent and transparent very heavy bubbly "frosted" glass; "mold-cast" (lost wax process). Most of the sculptures (CMG 52.4.312-342) rest on a pedestal, they have often a back support. Their condition is more or less mint though many have small chips. Relief plaque of a glassblower with bare upper body in front of pots; reverse is polished; signed: "F.C. 33".
Provenance: 
Carder, Frederick (American, b. United Kingdom, 1863-1963), Source
1952-03
Color: 
Material: 
Inscription: 
F.C. 33
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