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'Ivory Pair' jug by Dante Marioni

Jug, 'Ivory Pair', glass, made by Dante Marioni, Seattle, Washington, USA, 1996.

Jug, blown in cream coloured opaque glass. The body of elongated baluster shape rising from a flat circular foot surmounted by a small black baluster set between two clear-glass discs. The slender goose-like neck is applied with a simple black ring in the middle. The elongated beak-like lip (pointing upwards) is rimmed with black glass thread. Black 'C'-shape handle joins the rim with shoulders.
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