Bottle and Case

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Bottle and Case
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H: 19.2 cm, D (base): 7.1 cm
On Display
Primary Description: 
Transparent olive-green non-lead glass; blown ("half-post" method). (a) Cylindrical form, with rounded shoulders; the second gather ending just below the short, rounded neck; tiny cork stopper; deep, conical kick on bottom, with rough pontil mark. (b) Stitched, conforming leather sleeve and base, which extends nearly to the shoulder of (a).
Henrich, Wilhelm, Source
The Secular Spirit: Life and Art in the End of the Middle Ages
Cloisters 1975 through 1975
Medieval Art in Upstate New York
Everson Museum of Art 1974-04-11 through 1974-05-13
Medieval Art in Upstate New York (1974) illustrated, p. 17 (left); BIB# 19073
Recent Important Acquisitions, 10 (1968) illustrated, p. 185, #31; BIB# AI97755