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Bowl

A work made of pattern-molded blown glass.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of pattern-molded blown glass.

Date:

1821/29

Artist:

Probably Mantua Glass Works
American, 1821–1829
Mantua, Ohio

About this artwork

This bowl was formerly in the collection of Henry Hall White, who was a pioneering collector and scholar of early American glass. It exhibits some of the hallmarks of glass made in Mantua, Ohio, including a broken swirl pattern, 16 ribs, and a terminal ring.

Status

On View, Gallery 227

Department

Arts of the Americas

Artist

Mantua Glass Works

Title

Bowl

Origin

Mantua

Date

c. 1821–1829

Medium

Pattern-molded blown glass

Dimensions

14 cm (5 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

Emily Crane Chadbourne Decorative Arts Fund

Reference Number

1952.157

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