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Vase

A work made of glass and metal; formed in two parts and joined by a gilt metal (probably brass) collar at rim; the exterior, blown clear glass, stained ruby and engraved; the interior, blown cobalt blue glass, with the interiors of both parts silvered.
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  • A work made of glass and metal; formed in two parts and joined by a gilt metal (probably brass) collar at rim; the exterior, blown clear glass, stained ruby and engraved; the interior, blown cobalt blue glass, with the interiors of both parts silvered.

Date:

c. 1850/60

Artist:

England

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Applied Arts of Europe

Title

Vase

Origin

England

Date

1845–1865

Medium

Glass and metal; formed in two parts and joined by a gilt metal (probably brass) collar at rim; the exterior, blown clear glass, stained ruby and engraved; the interior, blown cobalt blue glass, with the interiors of both parts silvered

Dimensions

40.5 × 12.7 cm (15 15/16 × 5 in.)

Credit Line

Rosenwald Glass Fund Purchased from Asprey and Company P.L.C. London.

Reference Number

1984.822

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