Vase

Collection Type

  • Decorative arts

Date

ca. 1850

GUSN

GUSN-4484

Description

Slip-molded semi-bulbous vasi form body flaring to wide mouth with scalloped edge and ribbed neck; shoulders with applied naturalistic grape clusters; body with two facades--one with oval medallion containing tulip blossom, the other with a rose; slightly flared fluted foot; foot warped on bottom.

Details

Descriptive Terms

vases
porcelain
slip casting
floral patterns
flowers (plants)
tulipwood (Brazilian, wood)
vine scrolls
floral patterns
rose (genus)
flowers (plants)
tulipwood (Brazilian, wood)
Parian
Grape
Tulip
Rose
Molded
VASE

Associated Building

Original to Sayward-Wheeler House (York Harbor, Me.),

Maker

Unknown

Object Type

Household Accessory

Dimensions

7.625 x 3.5 (HxW) (inches)

Credit Line

Gift of the heirs of Elizabeth Cheever Wheeler

Accession Number

1977.718

Places

Probably Vermont (United States)
Probably