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On View: Luce Visible Storage and Study Center, 5th Floor
MEDIUM Silver-plate, glass
  • Place Manufactured: Corning, New York, United States
  • DATES ca. 1930
    DIMENSIONS 7 3/4 x 15/16 x 11/16 in. (19.7 x 2.4 x 1.7 cm)  (show scale)
    ACCESSION NUMBER 1992.165.4
    CREDIT LINE Gift of Denis Gallion and Daniel Morris
    CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION Fork; silver-plate and colorless glass. Four tines bent slightly upwards; short squared narrow stem attached to wider rounded handle via two increasingly larger rings. Above mid-point band with two incised lines around upper end, attached to a rounded glass handle that widens towards crest. CONDITION: Tarnished, especially on top. Slight scratches on glass handle.
    MUSEUM LOCATION This item is on view in Luce Visible Storage and Study Center, 5th Floor
    CAPTION Frederick Carder (American, born England, 1863–1963). Fork, ca. 1930. Silver-plate, glass, 7 3/4 x 15/16 x 11/16 in. (19.7 x 2.4 x 1.7 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Denis Gallion and Daniel Morris, 1992.165.4. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 1992.165.4_bw.jpg)
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