American Amberina Art Glass Small Pitcher Bulbous Yellow Red Clear c 1900 - image 1 of 7

092522-14/RL-1504

This is an American small amberina art glass pitcher. The maker is unknown. The date is circa 1900.

The pitcher is 4 1/8” high and 4 ½” wide at the belly. The function may have been for cream or milk.

From the bottom to the top, the glass is yellow and clear, then clear, then yellow, then red.

The shape has outward bulges on the belly, and more bulges below the mouth and on the bottom edge. The rim is round. The handle is applied. I think the handle is clear glass, but it is hard to tell as it takes on the red and yellow colors from the body.

The bottom edge has a few tiny rough spots that can be felt but not seen. The interior bottom has some estate discoloration. The bottom part of the handle, where it is applied to the body, has a little bit of roughness. There are a few air bubbles. There are no nicks, chips or cracks.

There is a round button type of pontil on the bottom.

ITEM ID
RL-1504
TYPE
Art Glass
COLOR
Clear, Red, Yellow
ORIGIN
United States • American
PURPOSE
Creamers, Pitchers, Ewers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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American Amberina Art Glass Small Pitcher Bulbous Yellow Red Clear c 1900

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