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Overall H: 4.5 cm; Rim W: 5.25, D: 7.5 cm; Base W: 4, D: 4.5 cm
On Display
probably 1830-1839
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Salt. Non-lead glass, clear light green; pressed; "scrolled sleigh" form; sides outlined in beading, fan motif set deep at center with top forming small scallops on rim, plain dots below fan, sides filled with two ringed and diamond discs; on sharply slanting ends, three-quarter square-sunburst (rays from diamond disc at focus) between wide rope band at top and narrow at bottom; on base, wide-spaced beaded rays to sides from large diamond disc at center.
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1981) illustrated, p. 196, #772; BIB# 30457
The Woman's Day Dictionary of American Glass (1961-08) illustrated, p. 24, above creamer; BIB# 98018