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H (w/screw top): 12.1 cm, (w/out mouth piece): 9.5 cm; L: 19.1 cm; D (center): 9.5 cm
Not on Display
possibly 1600-1699
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Transparent very bubbly pale blue glass; some stain marks at interior; pattern-molded, with applied and tooled decoration. Vessel in form of a barrel, standing on four applied little feet which have been tooled; on top a mouth piece to which a pewter screw top has been applied; both ends are slightly sunken and show rough pontil marks; the object has been patterned in a rib mold, with ribs now only faintly visible and more clearly visible at one termination; a rigaree band has been applied to the two peripheral sections, each band wound around the object about nine times.
Henrich, Wilhelm, Source
Treasures in Glass (1966) p. 34, #47; BIB# 28036