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Walker Evans
1920s–40s
James Morisset
hallmarked for 1797–98
Douglas Glass
1953
Chinese with French mounts
mounts ca. 1760–70, porcelain early 18th century
Capodimonte Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1744
Capodimonte Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1744
Chantilly
ca. 1735
Douglas Glass
1953
Douglas Glass
1953
Douglas Glass
1953
Bamum kingdom
before 1880
Walker Evans
1960s
Meissen Manufactory
ca. 1753
Louis C. Tiffany
ca. 1899
Walker Evans
ca. 1970
Lampung
probably 18th century
Capodimonte Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1745–50
Solomon Islands people
Early to mid-19th century
British
between 1720 and 1749
Southwest Malakula
mid-20th century
Chinese, for British or Scottish market
mid-18th century
Sèvres Manufactory
1777
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1693–97
Chantilly
ca. 1735
Luba artist
19th century (?)
Thomas Patti
1977
ca. 1295–1070 B.C.
Klaus Moje
1979
William Carlson
1981
Michael Glancy
1980
Japan
mid-19th century
Japan
mid-19th century
Japan
mid-19th century
ca. 750–525 B.C.
Kongo peoples
19th century
Jon Kuhn
1980
British mounts with British or Dutch glassware
ca. 1675
Léon Marcotte
ca. 1860
Pierre Bonnard
1916
Louis C. Tiffany
ca. 1900–1905