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Overall H: 17 cm, Diam: 17.2 cm
On Display
about 1650-1750
Primary Description: 
Opaque white glass (milk-glass); slight wear marks; free-blown, pattern-molded, tooled and with applied decoration. Low bulbous bottom with concave base having rough pontil mark, ribbed shaft crimped horizontally, with wide flaring rim; below rim two applied loop handles with crimped combs, underneath the handles two wing-like groups consisting of a network formed by two rows of crimped zig-zag threads applied to shaft and bottom and expanding downwards.
Linares, Abelardo, Former Collection
Jurors' Choice (2014) illustrated, p. 93, bottom; BIB# AI98391