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Glass by Country/Region
I. China
II. England
III. United States of America

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I. China
  • 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.

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

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

III. United States of America
  • 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.

Last updated: March 1, 2013