Pleated Medallion


Ref. Cit: Miller, The New Martinsville Glass Story, p. 21; Kamm 3-90; Heacock, 1000 Toothpicks, fig. 628.
Maker: New Martinsville Glass Mfg. Co..
Date: Ca. 1910.
Size: 3-3/8" tall; 2-1/4" wide.
Desc: Slightly flared body. Four vertical ellipses, each framed by a band of pleating; each frame overlaps the adjacent one, forming a diamond. Each "V" above and below, between the frames, has a fan-ray pattern. Centered in each oval is a depressed rayed formal daisy with a raised central bead.
Colors Known: Clear.
Decoration: None reported.
Submitted by: Lockwood
More Info: Lechner III, p. 135.

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