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A
  • Ashtray
    Object ID: 02.04.091
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    Description: Lalique colorless and frosted glass ashtray. The border is molded with shells.

B
  • Bookend
    Object ID: 02.04.125
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    Description: Pair of Lalique frosted and colorless glass swallow-form bookends.

  • Bottle
    Object ID: 03.04.001
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    Description: Group of 3 Italian swirl-molded pale blue gold flecked glass dressing table bottles, a small drinking cup, and a soap dish.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.091
    Date: 1950-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of Empire style cut-glass and gilt-metal bowls on stands.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.091
    Date: 1950-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of Empire style cut-glass and gilt-metal bowls on stands.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.064
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    Description: Glass serving bowl.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.031
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    Description: Cut glass bowl. Possibly a Hawkes bowl.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.040
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    Description: Footed cut glass serving bowl in a pinwheel, fan design. Has three feet.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.289
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    Description: Glass bowl with floral and scroll-work etching in 3 sections.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.290
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    Description: Simple glass bowl with floral etching. Has a metal stand with rubber ends.

  • Bowl
    Object ID: 04.04.510
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    Description: Cut glass bowl of pinwheel, fan design.

  • Bowl, Punch
    Object ID: 04.04.291
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    Description: Cut glass punch bowl with stand. Very large tray.

  • Bowl, Punch
    Object ID: 04.04.288
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    Description: Glass bowl and platter with sterling silver decorative applications. Divided into 4 sections.

  • Bowl, Punch
    Object ID: 04.04.393
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    Description: Heavy glass punch bowl with smaller identical bowl. Smaller bowl can be used as a stand for the larger one.

  • Bowl, Serving
    Object ID: 04.04.068
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    Description: Glass serving bowl.

  • Bowl, Serving
    Object ID: 04.04.065
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    Description: Rectangular glass serving bowl.

  • Bowl, Serving
    Object ID: 04.04.029
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    Description: Cut glass bowl and dish.

  • Bowl, Serving
    Object ID: 04.04.507
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    Description: Small crystal bowl.

  • Bowl, Serving
    Object ID: 04.04.508
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    Description: Crystal serving bowl (i.e. punch bowl).

  • Bowl, Sugar
    Object ID: 04.04.331
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    Description: Silver topped cut glass sugar bowl with circular handle and spoon. Spoon is made in England. Silver top had floral and decorative designs.

C
  • Candelabrum
    Object ID: 02.05.043
    Date: 1825-1850
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of Regency gilt-metal and cut-glass two-branch table candelabra with a central gilt-metal entwined leaf and vine standard supporting two candlearms with swirl-molded drip pans and nozzles, the drip pans hung with faceted prisms and the gilt-metal standard supported on a waisted square base.

  • Candelabrum
    Object ID: 02.05.098
    Date: 1825-1850
    Origin:
    Description: Regency gilt-metal and cut-glass candelabrum with a central ring and diamond-cut standard supporting three gilt-metal candlearms. each of palm front drip-pans and diamond-cut nozzles, the drip-pans hung with faceted prisms.

  • Candelabrum
    Object ID: 02.05.058
    Date: c. 1875-1925
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of George III style cut-glass candelabra with a central triangular spire supporting an upper corona and faceted finial, the corona hung with faceted drops and the lower urn-form standard with cups supporting four S-scrolled faceted candlearms with crenelated nozzles and stellate drip pans hung with faceted drops.

  • Candelabrum
    Object ID: 02.05.093
    Date: c. 1875-1925
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of Regency style cut-glass two branch candelabra, each with two gilt-metal leaf-molded candle branches with cut nozzles and the drip-pans hung with faceted prisms, raised on a ring-turned standard and diamond cut bun and sunburst base.

  • Candlesticks
    Object ID: 02.05.095
    Date: c. 1800-1899
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of French cut-glass and gilt-metal candlesticks in Empire style, now mounted as table lamps.

  • Candlestick
    Object ID: 02.05.168
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    Description: Victorian cut-glass and gilt-metal 5 light chandelier with an upper corona hung with faceted prisms and a cut-glass and gilt-metal baluster supporting a lower mirror glass cup with 5 plain S-scrolled candlearms with lobed nozzles and drip-pans, also hung with prisms and connection by drops. Assembled from various elements.

  • Carafe
    Object ID: 04.04.052
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    Description: Glass bottles with wide bottom and narrowing spout and top. Glass rings the narrowed spout.

  • Carafe
    Object ID: 04.04.038
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    Description: Cut glass carafe in pinwheel, fan design.

  • Carafe
    Object ID: 04.04.512
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    Description: Cut glass carafe of pinwheel, fan design.

  • Chalice
    Object ID: 08.03.120
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    Description: Heptagonal glass communion chalice owned by Richard Furman. With hexagonal stopper.

  • Chalice
    Object ID: 08.03.121
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    Description: Heptagonal glass communion chalice owned by Richard Furman. With hexagonal stopper which has broken bottom.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.059
    Date: c. 1774
    Origin:
    Description: George III Waterford cut-glass chandelier with a central faceted flaring and turned baluster standard with an upper shaped corona suspending faceted drops above an arrangement of six chip-cut downswept decorative arms with cone finials and stellate drip-pans, the lower cup faceted and supporting an arrangement of eight S-scrolled and chip-cut candlearms interspersed with upscrolled decorative arms with triangular spires, all hung with numerous chains of faceted drops.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.013
    Date:
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    Description: Octagonal shape. Brass and opaque glass.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.016
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    Description: Very large crystal chandelier.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.039
    Date:
    Origin: England
    Description: Three crystal chandeliers.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.040
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    Description: Two small, round crystal chandeliers.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.025
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    Description: Crystal chandelier.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.087
    Date:
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    Description: Victorian cut-glass and gilt-metal 5 light chandelier with an upper corona hung with faceted prisms and a cut-glass and gilt-metal baluster supporting a lower mirror glass cup with 5 plain S-scrolled candlearms with lobed nozzles and drip-pans, also hung with prisms and connection by drops. Assembled from various elements.

  • Chandelier
    Object ID: 02.05.126
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    Description: Ornate crystal chandelier. Disassembled into 5 boxes.

  • Compote
    Object ID: 04.04.033
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    Description: Tall cut glass compote with a pinwheel design.

  • Cup, Punch
    Object ID: 04.04.063
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    Description: Set of crystal punch cups.

D
  • Decal
    Object ID: 08.06.027
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    Description: Glass brick with purple palmetto.

  • Decanter
    Object ID: 04.04.034
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    Description: Cut glass decanter with a cut glass stopper. In a pinwheel, fan design.

  • Dish
    Object ID: 04.04.261
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    Description: Circular cut-glass dish with silver plate rim with gadrooned rim.

  • Dish, Candy
    Object ID: 04.04.083
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    Description: Baccarat French gilt-metal mounted cut-glass candy dish of scallped shallow circular outline, on Louis XV style ormolu base. Has 4 feet.

  • Dish, Celery
    Object ID: 04.04.030
    Date: 1760-1780
    Origin:
    Description: Cut glass celery dish.

E
  • Epergne
    Object ID: 04.04.249
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    Description: Sterling silver epergne in the Francis I pattern, with central baluster stem supporting a pierced bowl and a domed base with four scrolled candlearms supporting similar smaller pierced bowls, all with glass liners. Reed & Barton.

  • Epergne
    Object ID: 04.04.285
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    Description: Silver epergne with 4 claw feet, 4 arms, and 5 crystal bowls. There are 10 pieces total.

G
  • Glass
    Object ID: 04.04.171
    Date: 1920-1927
    Origin: China
    Description: Set of 11 red cut-to-clear stem glasses, en suite with #04.04.170.

  • Glass
    Object ID: 04.04.503
    Date: 1996
    Origin:
    Description: Glass with gold trim from Furman University Junior-Senior March 15, 1996.

  • Glass
    Object ID: 04.04.062
    Date:
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    Description: 29 crystal glasses.

  • Glass
    Object ID: 04.04.079
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    Description: Large set of crystal glasses. Two varying sizes of the same pattern; 24 smaller ones, 60 larger ones. One different glass is also included.

  • Glass
    Object ID: 04.04.253
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    Description: Set of 6 Steuben colorless glass tapered cylindrical highball glasses in original box. Matching pitcher is downstairs in kitchen.

  • Glass, Cocktail
    Object ID: 04.04.008
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    Description: Two glasses with curve-designed stem.

  • Goblet
    Object ID: 04.04.035
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    Description: Pair of cut glass goblets in a pinwheel fan design.

J
  • Jar
    Object ID: 04.04.042
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    Description: Cut glass jar with top. This is possibly a tobacco jar.

  • Jar
    Object ID: 04.04.092
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    Description: French gilt-metal-mounted circular diamond-cut colorless glass covered jar.

L
  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.007
    Date: 1950-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Part of a pair. Crystal with 8 dangling prisms and silk shades. Modern.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.008
    Date: 1950-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Part of a pair. Crystal with 8 dangling prisms and silk shades. Modern.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.102
    Date: 1950-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of gilt-metal mounted colorless glass columnar table lamps. New shades purchased for these lamps, 9/2005.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.175
    Date: 1950-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of gilt-metal mounted colorless glass columnar table lamps. New shades purchased for these lamps, 9/2005.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.177
    Date: 1950-1999
    Origin:
    Description: Pair of gilt-metal mounted colorless glass columnar table lamps. New shades purchased for these lamps, 9/2005.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.080
    Date:
    Origin: French gilt-metal and cut-glass columnar lamp.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.081
    Date:
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    Description: Pair of cut-glass and gilt-metal columnar dressing table lamps.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.123
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    Description: Opaque glass lamp with brown designs on the body and a brass base.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.180
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    Description: Colored glass lamp on table in front entrance of Younts.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.181
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    Description: Colored glass lamp on table in front entrance of Younts.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.182
    Date:
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    Description: Colored glass lamp on table in front entrance of Younts.

  • Lamp
    Object ID: 02.05.183
    Date:
    Origin:
    Description: Colored glass lamp on table in front entrance of Younts.

M
  • Mug
    Object ID: 04.04.450
    Date: 1997
    Origin:
    Description: Glass mug from the Furman University Junior-Senior Dance, March 22, 1997. Features an image of the Bell Tower and reads: Furman University Junior-Senior March 22, 1997.

O
  • Ornament, Christmas Tree
    Object ID: 08.02.588
    Date:
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    Description: Stained glass ornament of Cherrydale, commissioned by the Greenville County Historical Society. Tag with ornament reads: Through the Looking Glass, Stained Glass, Historic Greenville County Series. Several historically important South Carolina and Greenville County families including the Edwards, the Wickliffes, the Doziers, and the Hopkins lived in the original portion of Cherry Dale, probably built in 1786. Other such families including the Furmans and the Stones later lived in the house. The Stone family donated the house to Furman University where it is now used as the Alumni Center.

P
  • Pitcher
    Object ID: 04.04.036
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    Description: Cut glass pitcher in a pinwheel fan design with handle.

  • Pitcher
    Object ID: 04.04.351
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    Description: Glass pitcher.

S
  • Set, Beverage
    Object ID: 04.04.007
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    Description: This crystal set includes a crystal punch bowl, sterling ladel, 12 cups and tray. Cross-hatch pattern.

  • Set, Beverage
    Object ID: 04.04.053
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    Description: Crystal set with a punch bowl and eight punch cups.

  • Set, Beverage
    Object ID: 04.04.170
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    Description: English cut-glass stemware service. Each flared bowl with vertical bands of four lozenges, comprised of 33 glasses, 12 dessert bowls, 10 underplates. As of 7/30/03, the numbers have changed: 24 glasses, 10 dessert bowls, and 10 underplates (2 different sizes, there are 5 of each).

  • Set, Salt and Pepper
    Object ID: 04.04.317
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    Description: Glass and sterling silver topped salt and pepper shakers. There are two of each of these, four in total.

  • Set, Salt and Pepper
    Object ID: 04.04.322
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    Description: Cut-glass and sterling silver topped salt and pepper shakers.

  • Set, Tableware
    Object ID: 04.04.352
    Date:
    Origin: Pitcher, 2 cups, and 6 glass plates rimmed with silver.

T
  • Tumbler
    Object ID: 04.04.511
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    Description: Cut glass tumblers of pinwheel, fan design. There are 3 of these, one is slightly smaller.

  • Tumbler
    Object ID: 04.04.533
    Date:
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    Description: 2 Etched glass tumbler from the 1989 Junior-Senior dance.

V
  • Vase
    Object ID: 02.04.002
    Date:
    Origin: England
    Description: Blue glass vase with gold borders and etching on top.

  • Vase
    Object ID: 02.04.011
    Date:
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    Description: Brown glass vase with a man's face on the front According to Dennis Gowan, this Rookwood vase signed by Laurence is brown and features the portrait of a male.

  • Vase
    Object ID: 02.05.013
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America or France
    Description: Cut glass vase on a short stem. According to Dennis Gowan, this piece is a Libbey cut glass vase with a pinwheel fan design.

  • Vase
    Object ID: 02.04.142
    Date:
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    Description: Pair of Steuben colorless glass vases with molded circular leaf-form bases.

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  • Windowpane, Leaded
    Object ID: 01.02.006
    Date: 1900
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Dove with olive branch in center of window, surrounded by yellow panes of glass. Most of window is made of green panes with red borders. Top half of James Boyce memorial window.

  • Windowpane, Leaded
    Object ID: 01.02.009
    Date: 1900
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Crates and anchor surrounded by yellow panes. There are also many lavender and multi-colored panes. Textured glass surrounding center picture and on fleur-de-lis type design at top of window. Top half of Thomas P. Smith memorial window.

  • Windowpane, Leaded
    Object ID: 01.02.032
    Date:
    Origin: United States of America
    Description: Stained-glass window in red, green, yellow and blue, designed by Glen Howerton for the Roe Art Building. Physically made by another local artist.

  • Windowpane, Leaded
    Object ID: 01.02.033
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    Description: Stained-glass window in red, aqua, green, orange, yellow and blue, designed by Tom Flowers for the Roe Art Building. Physically made by another local artist.

Last updated: March 1, 2013