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Basin; glass; plant rising from centre; hemispherical bowl with red and white flame-like projections on rim(one restored and only two others extant); plant has twisted stem with ascending whirls of leaves surmounted by yellow and white opaque glass flower, with three more springing from middle of stem (two missing); three blue and white flowers below and three above(one missing).
- Height: 15 centimetres
- Diameter: 9.7 centimetres
One petal broken off.
29 August 1997
Surface clean. Restick petal and flower to object.
Surface dirt. Previously restored, one flower detached , one petal of that flower detached.
Surface cleaned with 50/50% IMS and water applied on a cotton wool swab on a satay stick. Excess old adhesive removed with a saclpel blade. Reconstructed using Super epoxy (epoxy) the petal supported with plastilene during curing, the flower with magic tape.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCN15968
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