Rod with Pomegranate Finial

Object Name: 
Rod with Pomegranate Finial

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Object Name: 
Rod with Pomegranate Finial
Accession Number: 
2021.1.1
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 22.1 cm, Diam (max): 2.5 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1400-1200 BCE
Credit Line: 
Gift in part of Sidney Goldstein and Laura Kipnis in memory of Dr. Robert H. Brill
Primary Description: 
Rod with Pomegranate Finial. Opaque light blue, dark blue, light yellow and medium yellow glass; core-formed, trail-decorated, marvered. (a) Long rod with marvered yellow feathered trails and five-pointed star-shaped finial. Rod is darker blue towards the base, blending into lighter blue towards the finial. Yellow trails are spiral wound and then dragged into a feathered pattern. The "leaves" at the finial have been cut and pinched into a star shape. The object has been mended from three pieces of roughly equal length with plaster fills. (b) Small yellow teardrop-shaped stopper, which fits into the top of the finial.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Goldstein, Sidney M., Source
2021
to
2021-12-07
Kollek, Theodor (Teddy) (1911-2007), Former Collection
Moussaieff, Shlomo (1923-2015), Former Collection
2015
Moussaieff, Alisa, Former Collection
2015
to
2017
Atlantis Antiquities, Former Collection
2017
to
2021
The British Museum Excavations at Hala Sultan Tekke in 1897 and 1898 (1976) p. 21;