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  1. Water Pitcher in "Honeycomb" Pattern

    Water Pitcher in "Honeycomb" Pattern

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    50.4.422
    about 1870-1879
    On Display

    50.4.422 Honeycomb Water Pitcher about 1870-1879 1870 1879 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1950-07-31 1950-07-31 Water Pitcher in "Honeycomb" Pattern Overall H: 19 cm; Rim W: 10 cm, D: 13.75 cm; Foot Diam: 10.5 cm pressing applied crimping ...

  2. 3-Part Burning Fluid Lamp in “Palace” Pattern

    3-Part Burning Fluid Lamp in “Palace” Pattern

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    50.4.427
    about 1855-1870
    On Display

    50.4.427 Burning Fluid Lamp in 3 Components about 1855-1870 1855 1870 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1950-07-31 1950-07-31 3-Part Burning Fluid Lamp in “Palace” Pattern Overall H: 29.5 cm; Lamp H: 25.75 cm pressing threading lead glass tin 24 789 3 ...

  3. Pitcher

    Pitcher

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    55.4.222
    about 1825-1840
    On Display

    55.4.222 Pitcher about 1825-1840 1825 1840 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1955-11-16 1955-11-16 Pitcher Overall H: 18.1 cm; Rim Diam: 11 cm; Body Diam (lip- handle): 18.5 cm; Base Diam: 10.5 cm blown three-mold glass tooling glass Two Hundred Years ...

  4. Covered Sugar Bowl

    Covered Sugar Bowl

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    55.4.245
    about 1818-1825
    On Display

    55.4.245 Covered Sugar Bowl about 1818-1825 1818 1825 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1955-11-16 1955-11-16 Covered Sugar Bowl Overall H: 12.7 cm; (a) Sugar Bowl H: 10 cm; (a) Rim W: 11.1 cm, D: 8.5 cm blown three-mold glass Early American glass Two ...

  5. Canteen-Shaped Flask

    Canteen-Shaped Flask

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    60.4.208
    1820-1829
    On Display

    60.4.208 Canteen-Shaped Flask 1820-1829 1820 1829 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1960 1960 Canteen-Shaped Flask Overall H: 18.5 cm mold-blowing glass American Fancy: Exuberance in the Arts, 1790-1840 American Fancy: Exuberance and Delight in the Ar ...

  6. Small Plate

    On Display

    Small Plate

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    68.4.239
    about 1830
    On Display

    68.4.239 Small Plate about 1830 1830 1830 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1968 1968 Small Plate Overall H: 2.2 cm, Diam: 15.2 cm pressing Early American glass 11 099 11 369 397 11 633 American and European Pressed Glass in The Corning Museum of Glas ...

  7. Spillholder/Goblet

    Spillholder/Goblet

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    69.4.12
    about 1860-1870
    On Display

    69.4.12 Spillholder/Goblet about 1860-1870 1860 1870 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1969 1969 Spillholder/Goblet Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Snyder Overall H: 7.8 cm; Rim Diam: 7 cm pressing 11 931 American and European Pressed Glass in The Corni ...

  8. Paperweight

    Paperweight

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    70.4.85
    about 1852
    On Display

    70.4.85 Paperweight about 1852 1852 1852 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1970 1970 Paperweight Overall H: 5 cm, Diam: 7 cm Paperweights glass © John Lewis Modern paperweights On Display Glass. New England Glass Company (1818-1888), Maker possibly Ki ...

  9. Window of Crown Glass

    Window of Crown Glass

    Artwork
    71.4.10
    about 1830-1860
    On Display

    71.4.10 Window of Crown Glass about 1830-1860 1830 1860 United States, probably MA, Cambridge United States, possibly NY 1971 1971 Window of Crown Glass Overall H: 94 cm, W: 133.7 cm glassblowing Early American wood glass Uncut Crown of Glass (adult) Uncu ...

  10. Bowl

    Bowl

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    73.4.41
    about 1870-1888
    On Display

    73.4.41 Bowl about 1870-1888 1870 1888 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 1973-04-24 1973-04-24 Bowl Gift of Miss Marion Pike Overall H: 3.4 cm; Rim Diam: 10.3 cm glassblowing engraving lead glass Modern colorless bowls On Display Bowl. Colorless, lead ...

  11. Vase with Applied Decoration

    Vase with Applied Decoration

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    2010.4.10
    about 1845
    On Display

    2010.4.10 Vase with Applied Decoration about 1845 1845 1845 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 2010-03-11 2010-03-11 Vase with Applied Decoration Purchased with funds from the Gladys M. and Harry A. Snyder Memorial Trust Overall H: 24.8 cm, Diam (max): ...

  12. Compote in "Tulip and Sawtooth" Pattern

    Compote in "Tulip and Sawtooth" Pattern

    Artwork
    New England Glass Company
    2016.4.3
    1850-1854
    Not on Display

    2016.4.3 1850-1854 1850 1854 United States, probably MA, Cambridge 2016-05-06 2016-05-06 Compote in "Tulip and Sawtooth" Pattern Purchased with the assistance of The Karl and Anna Koepke Endowment Fund Overall H: 23.5 cm, Diam (max): 26 cm glass ...