19 1/2 in. x 10 in. (diameter) (49.53 cm x 25.4 cm)
Bryn Mawr College
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- glass - An amorphous, inorganic substance made by fusing silica (silicon dioxide) with a basic oxide; generally transparent but often translucent or opaque. Its characteristic properties are its hardness and rigidity at ordinary temperatures, its capacity for plastic working at elevated temperatures, and its resistance to weathering and to most chemicals except hydrofluoric acid. Used for both utilitarian and decorative purposes, it can be formed into various shapes, colored or decorated. Glass originated as a glaze in Mesopotamia in about 3500 BCE and the first objects made wholly of glass date to about 2500 BCE.
- table lamps - Lamps with a relatively short stem making them suitable for standing on tables and other furniture. The term is especially used in reference to late 18th-century lamps designed to burn whale oil and burning fluid compounds, which generally maintain the traditional stemware divisions of top, stem, and foot and often resemble stemmed drinking glasses of the same period.
- Tiffany lamps - Lamps produced by Tiffany Studios beginning in 1895 having shades made of various types of stained glass, sometimes set in intricate leaded patterns. Other lamps have shades resembling flowers made of iridescent glass. Lamps produced by Tiffany Studios beginning in 1895 having shades made of various types of stained glass, sometimes set in intricate leaded patterns. Other lamps have shades resembling flowers made of iridescent glass.
- The Deanery Remembered Bryn Mawr College , May 1, 1985 – May 29, 1985
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