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Carlyle H. Smith (American, 1912–2004)
Object Place: Lawrence, Kansas, United States
Overall: 5.7 x 5.1cm (2 1/4 x 2in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Main body is a circle of reticulated silver with a triangular section cut from the center and a complementary section of raised smooth silver. Rod of silver extends from the center of the circle, bends at a right angle and has a cabochon amethyst setting at its end.
Stamped on back "SMITH / STERLING" (from card)
Collection of the artist; August 1993, gift of the artist to the MFA.
Gift of Carlyle and Isabelle Smith