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H: 29.2 cm, W (base): 5.2 cm
On Display
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Colorless (yellowish-green tint) non-lead glass; blown, diamond- stippled and scratched. Large bell-shaped bowl, with multiple bubbles in the base; the sides with large rectangular panel of diamond-stippled decoration of a man, wearing a soft hat with scratched ostrich feathers, playing a violin; hollow stem with two bulbous knops above an inverted baluster; spreading, circular foot; rough pontil mark.
Nystad, S., Source
Recent Important Acquisitions, 6 (1964) illustrated, p. 167, #48; BIB# AI97744