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H. 8.6 cm, L. 11.7 cm.
On Display
probably 1675-1799
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Aqua-blue glass with bubbles; opaque white, light blue, and red glass; blown, applied. Barrel-shaped container, on upper surface pouring-neck with applied thread and pair of loop-handles; pads at either extremity, one with rough pontil mark; all in aqua-blue glass. Barrel decorated with opaque white, blue, and red fluks marvered into surface. Two applied, gilt, and stamped “raspberry prunts” on loop-handles and two more on either side of neck.
Phillips, Howard, Source