The vase has one loss with radiating blind cracks. The loss is ancient as the broken edges are worn, weathered and pitted. There are no detached fragments or old repairs. The white banded clear vase is decorated with trailed glass "trees" and U-shapes. The "leaves" on the trees are made by encasing gold leaf between body and applied clear glass. The opaque white bands are lost; only traces remain under the flared rim. The loss areas are etched, matte and suffer some cleavage or flaking. Most of the sandwiched gold "leaves" is lost.
|5/30/2016||Examination||Examined for photography.|
- 3000 Years of Glass: Treasures from The Walters Art Gallery. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1982.