Translucent pale yellow green. Angular rim, with slightly inverted lip at top; side tapering diagonally downward, then curving in to convex bottom. On interior, three horizontal grooves cut in a band around upper part of side; on exterior, two lightly abraded concentric circles around lower side and a small circle around center of bottom. Intact; some pinprick bubbles; dulling, pitting, and iridescence, with patches of creamy brown weathering and soil encrustation on interior. Rotary grinding marks on interior; many surface scratches on exterior.
1959. "Recent Important Aquisitions Made by Public and Private Collections in the U.S. and Abroad." Journal of Glass Studies, 1: no. 5, pp. 106-7.