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H: 13.8 cm; D (rim): 11.1 cm, (base): 8.2 cm
Not on Display
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Clear bubbly glass; slight wear marks; free-blown, gilded and enameled. Slightly conical body with high "kick" and rough pontil mark at base; gilded rim, on body three multicolored coats-of-arms with the names: "Christoff v. Hunigke/Christoff v. Horn/Friederich v. Arnsted/", and the date "1594", between the arms blossoms, all in white, above base a red ring, below the gilded band a ring of white dots; on base: "F.H. ?9/479".
Brown, Mrs. Joseph P., Source
German Enameled Glass (1965) illustrated, p. 433, #156 B; p. 237; #158, 161; BIB# 18098