Triple-Spouted Pitcher

Object Name: 
Triple-Spouted Pitcher

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Object Name: 
Triple-Spouted Pitcher
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 10 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Alfred Wolkenberg
Primary Description: 
Colorless, bubbly glass with a slight greenish tinge; blown, lightly acid-etched and covered with silt. Narrow rim rounded by reheating flares out from pear-shaped body with three applied spouts which curve out and up in a flattened "S" curve, with small applied vertical tooled "wings" at each spout tip; thick coil has been applied opposite the central spout above the base on the body, pulled up and under and attached on the "shoulder" to form a long vertical handle, separate trail applied to its back which has been pincered into horizontal pads four times; base is thickened, slightly kicked and retains pontil mark in the shape of two short parallel lines.
Wolkenberg, Alfred, Source
Forgeries and Reproductions of Ancient Glass in Corning (1978-10) illustrated, p. 3, fig. 5; BIB# AI7858
Forgeries and Reproductions of Ancient Glass in Corning (1977) illustrated, pp. 40-62, ill.; p. 42, fig. 5, left; BIB# AI90923