Dish (vetro a reticello)

Object Name: 
Dish (vetro a reticello)

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Object Name: 
Dish (vetro a reticello)
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Overall H: 1.5 cm, Diam (max): 14.8 cm
On Display
Primary Description: 
Dish (vetro a reticello). Colorless, opaque white. Vetro a reticell, blown. Plate: shallow, with ogee-shaped infolded rim and slightly uneven flat base with pontil mark. Decorated with very regular reticello composed of two layers of white canes; 76 canes form inner layer. Traces of black and red residue on outer surface of rim (from tooling with metal jacks).
Bonhams, Source
Fine Continental Ceramics and Glass (2007-11-14) p. 3, #1; BIB# 100203