French lacy glass mustard jar with attached plate, ca 1840, Corning Museum

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Seller: rivervuantik (185) 97.3%, Location: Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 273477203387 French lacy glass covered mustard jar on stem and attached plate, ca 1840, pattern documented in Corning Museum item. Patents and refinement of techniques to produce pressed glass (which is distinct from earlier mold-blown glass) began in the 1820s in America and also in France and Belgium. The early examples of pressed glass were in the lacy style, in imitation of intricate cut glass with busy surface patterning and stippling. The Corning Museum of Glass has catalogs from Val St. Lambert and the Paris glass seller Launay, Hautin et Cie from 1832 and 1840 respectively full of hundreds of lacy glass patterns. The Corning Museum owns an example of the same pattern in a small compote, accession number 71.3.142, that they attribute to both French and Belgian producers (Spillman). This table serving piece uses the “eyebrows” and diamond cutting motifs found on cut glass from the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The jar and plate were pressed separately and joined when still hot; the cover is a separate pressing. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Style: French, Primary Material: Glass, Age: 1800-1849, Color: Clear, Maker: Baccarat Val St. Lambert, Original/Reproduction: Original, Country/Region of Origin: France Belgium

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