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A10082-236 Tumbler, slightly faceted, sides tapering slightly, white transfer print of kookaburras, clear glass, made by Crown Crystal Glass Company / Australian Glass Manufacturers, Waterloo, New South Wales / Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, c. 1910-1960. Click to enlarge.

Tumbler by Crown Crystal Glass Company

Made
Clear glass, mould pressed, slightly faceted, sides tapering slightly to base. White transfer print on side of four kookaburras, three on a branch, other with worm in mouth. Embossed number on base.

Summary

Object No.

A10082-236

Object Statement

Tumbler, slightly faceted, sides tapering slightly, white transfer print of kookaburras, clear glass, made by Crown Crystal Glass Company / Australian Glass Manufacturers, Waterloo, New South Wales / Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, c. 1910-1960

Physical Description

Clear glass, mould pressed, slightly faceted, sides tapering slightly to base. White transfer print on side of four kookaburras, three on a branch, other with worm in mouth. Embossed number on base.

Marks

Transfer of four kookaburras, three on a branch, other with worm in mouth.Embossed "66" on base.

Dimensions

Height

90 mm

Width

62 mm

Production

Notes

File not clear whether manufactured by Crown Crystal Glass Company or Australian Glass Manufacturers

Cite this Object

Harvard

Tumbler by Crown Crystal Glass Company 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 2 December 2021, <https://ma.as/168668>

Wikipedia

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