Colorless glass overcased with dark red glass
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Otto Prutscher (Austrian, 1880-1949). Glass, ca. 1907. Colorless glass overcased with dark red glass, 8 x 2 5/8 in. (20.3 x 6.7 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Lisa M. Price, 2005.82.12. Creative Commons-BY
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Stemmed glass of colorless glass with dark red cameo-cut decoration. Cylindrical bowl raised on a cylindrical stem on a circular colorless flat foot. Bowl with three tiers of cameo-cut decoration: upper tier consists of two thin horizontal bands above two bands of half circles, middle tier consists of a band of vertical rectangles, lower tier consists of larger vertical rectangles above solid band. Stem is comprised of stacked cubes with alternating sides of curved dark red edges and colorless squared edges.
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