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H: 18.7 cm; D (rim): 9.2 cm, (max. body): 18.1 cm
Not on Display
possibly 1700-1799
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Transparent pale bluish-green extremely bubbly glass; wear marks at base; free-blown. Bulbous body with short bottom part tapering downwards and slender upper part tapering towards neck and wide flaring rim, pushed-up base with rough pontil mark; slender curved spout applied to body.
Linares, Abelardo, Source