Sugar Bowl and Creamer

Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl and Creamer

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Object Name: 
Sugar Bowl and Creamer
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Accession Number: 
Overall A) H: 11.4 cm; B) H: 7 cm
Not on Display
designed in 1924
Primary Description: 
Translucent yellow non-lead glass; pressed. (Aa) Sugar bowl, squat cylindrical body, handles extend out from body at right-angles, then straight down body with outside edge curving in sharply near foot forming a quarter-circle curve; curved base of body meets hollow hexagonal base; (Ab) cover, slightly domed circular lid, top center handle in form of slightly domed hexagonal finial sitting on wider circular wafer; (Ac) plate stand with flaring rim, hexagonal plate impressed with two concentric circular areas. (Ba) creamer, squat cylindrical body, one side of top opening is extended to a rounded point forming the "beak" pouring spout, lip of spout curves to form a quarter-circle. Handle flange sits flush with rim, extends out at right-angle, then straight down forming quarter-circle curve; curved base of body meets hollow hexagonal base rim; (Bb) plate stand, hexagonal plate with flaring rim, impressed with two concentric circular areas, first forms shallow band extending nearly to plate edge, second forms deep well for creamer base and forming base with slightly concave circular foot.
Christie's, Amsterdam, Source
The illustrated encyclopedia of glass (2011) illustrated, p.225; BIB# 128671
The Encyclopedia of Glass (2001) illustrated, p. 185; BIB# 69319
Recent Important Acquisitions, 38 (1996) illustrated, p. 249, #43; BIB# AI97737
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1995 (1996) illustrated, pp. 13, 19; BIB# AI95180