Group of replicas (some of which may have been intended as forgeries) and objects imitating historical styles, decorated with polychrome enamels, gold leaf, and gold paint. None of these objects exhibits any evidence that the decoration was fired in a furnace while the piece was reattached to a pontil. A distinctly different process, and one that was only recently possible, was employed here. The decoration was fired while these objects sat in a kiln. H. (tallest) 41.1 cm. The Corning Museum of Glass (79.3.850, bequest of Jerome Strauss; 78.3.16, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Appleton; 66.3.13, gift in part of Edwin J. Beinecke; 96.3.13; and 79.3.339, gift of The Ruth Bryan Strauss Memorial Foundation).