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H: 18.1 cm, D (max. body): 7.6 cm
On Display
possibly 1800-1899
Primary Description: 
Transparent dark amber-violet agate or "Schmelz" glass with green, blue and yellow streaks and many small and large bubbles; free-blown and tooled, with applied parts. High ring base tapering upwards with folded rim, oval body which tapers gently to the narrow neck with a bulbous upper part and a small uneven ring-like rim; rough pontil mark; a ring of opal glass at neck.
Davis, Cecil, Source
Applethwaite-Abbot, Mrs., Former Collection