Safari Wall Necklace II

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Object Name: 
Wall hanging
Safari Wall Necklace II
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H: 72.8 cm, W: 52.5 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Polychrome (translucent and opaque) non-lead glasses, wood, metal, plastic, clay; cut, fused, assembled with wire. Oversize wire-strung "necklace" comprised of three large flat glass animals (giraffe: brown with tan spots, cat: yellow with white spots, zebra: white with black stripes) interspersed with sections of shaped beads and discs in a variety of materials, stylized fused glass pointed fangs, and nine oval and square glass rings; inscribed on zebra: "R. Wolf '88"; gray oval ring above giraffe inscribed: "R. Wolf '87"
Wolf, Ronnie Bea, Source
Treasures from The Corning Museum of Glass (1992) illustrated, p. 141, #144; BIB# 35679