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H: 8 1/4"
Not on Display
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Gift of Ernest E. Koffler-Truniger
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Colorless non-lead glass; blown, enameled. Slightly waisted, cylindrical form, with rounded base and rounded shoulders, tapered neck, slightly flared rim; trailed neck ring; polychrome enameled decoration; white wavy line on the neck; scrolled band on the shoulder; wide band on the side, with a yellow wheel and another tool on one side, flanked by stylized flowering plants; wavy bands and lines above and below; deep, rounded kick with rough pontil mark.
Koffler-Truniger, Ernest, Source
German Enameled Glass (1965) illustrated, p. 421, #144; p. 151; #130; BIB# 18098