Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: The Museum Year 2012

The Acquisitions

Art of the Americas: July 2011–June 2012

Pitcher (Pomona ware, first ground) Designed by Joseph Locke, about 1885–88, Mold-blown glass, amber rim, hand etched, 2012.68

Celery vase (Pomona ware, first ground) Designed by Joseph Locke, about 1885–88, Blown glass, blue flower decoration, "wreath" crimped amber rim, applied round amber crimped foot, hand etched through acid, 2012.69

Ramekin and saucer (Pomona ware, second ground) Made by New England Glass Co., East Cambridge, Massachusetts, about 1885–88, Blown glass with amber rim, second ground, blueberry design in red, gold, and blue, 2012.70a-b

Celery vase (Pomona ware, Midwestern type) about 1890–1900, Glass, blown-molded diamond design, tri-con crimped amber top, applied round, petal-like foot, late acid-frosted back panel, 2012.71

Vase (Pomona ware, Midwestern type) about 1890–1900, Blown round vase, square amber top, acid-frosted surface, polychrome enameled daisy and leaf and fern types, late acid-frosted back panel, 2012.72