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Culture:German or Bohemian
Date Made:1780-1820
Type:Food Service
Place Made:Germany or Bohemia
Measurements:overall: 5 1/8 x 4 7/8 x 3 1/4 in.
Accession Number:  HD 61.055
Museum Collection:  Historic Deerfield

Blown, colorless glass mug with slightly tapered sides, attached strap handle with scroll terminal, flared foot, and ground pontil mark. The side opposite the handle is decorated with a wheel-engraved scrolled tulip filled in with hatched lines and with scrolling leaves. Much of this style of glass had been attributed to Henry William Stiegel's glassworks; however, America primarily relied on imported glass in the 17th and 18th centuries, and after the Revolution, German and Bohemian glass factories quickly found a large market here. This object was selected for display in this house, because George Sheldon donated a tumbler to PVMA described as: "Glass Quart Tumbler.... belonged to Persis (Hoyt) Sheldon, born Feb. 28, 1747; married, June 12, 1769, John Sheldon; died Nov. 2, 1829. Grandmother of the donor."

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