Wash Basin and Pitcher

Object Name: 
Wash Basin and Pitcher

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Object Name: 
Wash Basin and Pitcher
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
about 1840-1860
Primary Description: 
Wash Basin and Pitcher. Non-lead glass, green-aquamarine; free-blown. Bowl: circular form, sides curving from slightly pushed-up base to wide-flaring rim with underfold. Pitcher: large body with side spreading from thick base with rough pontil mark to narrow, nearly flat shoulder, threaded wide neck pulled forward in "V" to form pouring lip; applied large broad strap handle with medial rib and long turned-back and crimped end.
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
Loan exhibition of eighteenth and early nineteenth century furniture & glass; for the benefit of the National Council of Girl Scouts, inc.
American Art Galleries 1929-09-25 through 1929-10-09
American Glass (1948) (1948) illustrated, #5, pl. 65; BIB# 25297