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H: 19.7 cm; D (rim): 7.8 cm, (foot): 10.6 cm
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Clear glass; slight crizzling; blown in a mold and slightly expanded. Wide spreading foot with pontil mark, inverted baluster and knop stem formed by four swirling threads (before swirling forming a quatrefoil stem) with four pink gilded threads incorporated in the depressions and surmounted by a flattened solid knop framed by pairs of mereses, deep funnel bowl; bowl and foot decorated with two bands of rectangles with vertical fluting alternating with a hobnail pattern.
Kunsthaus Lempertz, Cologne, Source