Window Pane

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Object Name: 
Window Pane
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 0.5 cm, W: 12.6 cm, D: 17.6 cm
Not on Display
about 1835-1845
Primary Description: 
Window Pane. Colorless glass, mold-pressed. Rectangular, with sunburst at each corner; rays radiating to a large diamond in the center with palmettes around an oval. Slightly, irregular (not flat). Greenish-black inclusion/impurity near the center.
McKearin, George S. (b. 1874), Source
Rose, James (1899-1975), Former Collection
Picture This: Windows on the American Home
National Building Museum 2003-03-10 through 2003-08
Minnesota Historical Society 2003-10-13 through 2004-11
The Origins of Pressed Glass Decoration (1983-09) pp. 86-91, ill. p. 88; BIB# AI11593
American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass (1981) illustrated, p. 52, #108; BIB# 30457
Pittsburgh Glass, 1797-1891 (1976) illustrated, p. 284 (fig. 303-1); BIB# 19272
Lacy Glass Window Panes: Their Use, Process, and Origin (1947-02) illustrated