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1959.3008 Flask

1959.3008 Flask

1959.3099 Glass Flask

1959.3099 Glass Flask

Attributed to Henry William Stiegel, Diamond Daisey Bottle, 1767-84. Blown amethyst glass. Courtesy Yale University Art Gallery

Attributed to Henry William Stiegel, Diamond Daisey Bottle, 1767-84. Blown amethyst glass. Courtesy Yale University Art Gallery

cmog:  Flask with Stopper by Henry William Stiegel, probably 1775-1799. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Flask with Stopper | Corning Museum of...

cmog: Flask with Stopper by Henry William Stiegel, probably 1775-1799. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Flask with Stopper | Corning Museum of...

1959.3095 Flask

1959.3095 Flask

This amethyst "diamond-daisy” pattern flask, probably Henry William Stiegel Glassworks Manheim, Penn., 1769–74, is one of several at Winterthur made from the same mold. Such flasks were also made in cobalt blue or colorless glass and are associated with Henry William Stiegel, who primarily made bottles, window glass and German-style beverage and tableware. Bequest of Henry Francis du Pont. Courtesy Winterthur.

This amethyst "diamond-daisy” pattern flask, probably Henry William Stiegel Glassworks Manheim, Penn., 1769–74, is one of several at Winterthur made from the same mold. Such flasks were also made in cobalt blue or colorless glass and are associated with Henry William Stiegel, who primarily made bottles, window glass and German-style beverage and tableware. Bequest of Henry Francis du Pont. Courtesy Winterthur.

Pocket Bottle - Made by Stiegel's American Flint Glass Company, Manheim, Pennsylvania, 1765 – 1774. Date: 1765-1774,  Non-lead glass (purple).  Dimensions: Height: 4 13/16 inches (12.2 cm)

Pocket Bottle - Made by Stiegel's American Flint Glass Company, Manheim, Pennsylvania, 1765 – 1774. Date: 1765-1774, Non-lead glass (purple). Dimensions: Height: 4 13/16 inches (12.2 cm)

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