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Overall H: 23.6 cm; Rim Diam: 12.2 cm; Foot Diam: 10.8 cm
Not on Display
Web Description: 
This vessel was tooled from one bubble of glass. It has a high, funnel-shaped bowl above a squat inverted baluster and a high trumpet-shaped foot with a rough pontil mark. The irregular, solid annular knop above the foot is made of a thick trail of glass, which fused the opening between the bowl and the base. Two thin, curved handles with pincered trails were applied to the lower part of the bowl and to the baluster. The glass is very bubbly, with small black impurities and, near the rim, faint amethyst striations. (see 79.3.1125)
Bouchaud, Charles, Source
Primary Description: 
Transparent glass with olive-green tinge and small black impurities, at rim faint amethyst striations; free-blown, with applied and tooled decorations. High trumpet-shaped foot with rough pontil mark, stem consisting of an irregular solid knop surmounted by a squat inverted baluster which leads into a high trumpet-shaped bowl; two ear-shaped handles with pinched combs applied to lower bowl and baluster.
Beyond Venice: Glass in Venetian Style, 1500-1750 (2004) illustrated, p. 140, no. 15; BIB# 79761