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H: 23.5 cm; D (rim): 9.5 cm, (foot): 11.3 cm
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Clear glass; free-blown, cut and engraved. Spreading flat foot with rough pontil mark, stemmed inverted baluster stem flanked by mereses and at top by a cushion, thistle bowl; upper stem and lower bowl are faceted; on foot and bowl stylized scrolled leaf and cartouche ornaments interspersed with polished disks and on bowl including two putti and two fruit baskets under canopies, geometric and floral borders on foot and bowl; ornamental decoration probably derived from Paul Decker's "Groteschgen-Werk vor Mahler, Goldschmidt Stucato...", Nuremberg, ca. 1710.
Kunsthaus Lempertz, Cologne, Source