For a very similar bottle, see Whitehouse, 2001, p. 132, no. 639. It is probable that both this lot and the bottle in the Corning Museum of Art have come from the same mould and each have had a little further inflation which expands and can slightly distort the decoration. For further examples of the type, though from different moulds, see the Hermitage Collection, acc. no. ?.1887.9 and Museum of Fine Arts Boston, acc. no. 22.626 (von Saldern, 1968, no. 40) where both sides have the same 12-petal rosette; see Dusenbery, 1971, no. 12 for a full listing of comparables.