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Overall H: 23.5 cm, Diam (max): 12.1 cm
Not on Display
about 800-1099
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Transparent now translucent very bubbly pale blue glass; surface heavily frosted and pitted, patches of iridescence and tan colored scum; blown in a mold; straight sided body decreasing in diameter towards concave base with a rough pontil mark, slightly sloping shoulder, straight sided neck tapering to funnel mouth with plain rim; on the body a mold blown decoration with three panels dividing the body in three equal parts, each enclosing a quadruped, standing, turned to the left with large ears (or horns?) (goat or sheep?).
Monif, H. Khan, Source
Chihuly Persians (1996) p. 9; BIB# 36556
Conservation of Glass (1989) p. 23, fig. 2.6; BIB# 24726