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61.3.293 D
(A) H: 12.7 cm; (B) H: 11.5 cm; (C) H: 9.7 cm; (D) H: 16.7 (E) H: 7.9 cm; (F) H: 2.8 cm; see index sheet for complete
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Salviati & C.
Primary Description: 
Colorless glass with transparent blue and transparent bluish-green decoration; blown from two gathers (bowl and stem with foot), trailed, rim finished at glory hole, mark acid-etched; flute: bowl with plain rounded rim and straight tapering side which curves in at bottom; short hollow stem which bulges at top and then tapers; very shallow, hollow conical foot; small pontil mark. Trailed decoration: on body, twelve trails (six blue alternating with six bluish-green) radiating from center of base and extending up wall for one-quarter to one-third of height, each trail being pointed at inner end and flaring toward outer end, which is either rounded or tapers to point; on edge of foot, narrow bluish-green trail. Marked on underside of foot: "SALVIATI & C. VENEZIA" arranged in semi-circle around center.
Salviati, Source
Glass 1959: A Special Exhibition of International Contemporary Glass (1959) illustrated, p. 216, pl. 180; BIB# 27614