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H: 13.4 cm; D (rim): 3.4 cm, (max.)(body): 7.6 cm
Not on Display
about 1801-1900
Credit Line: 
Bequest of Ellen D. Sharpe
Primary Description: 
Clear, translucent blue and opaque white glasses with bubbles; slight wear marks on base; free-blown, with encased blue and white enamel. Solid ring base with traces of the pontil mark, oval at top stepped body, surmounted by the neck slightly tapering downwards to a bulge; blue and white encased flecks and streaks.
Sharpe, Ellen D., Source