London, South Kensington
5 March 2013
A BEAKER, A BLUE-GLASS SCHERZGEFÄSS AND A PASSGLAS
VARIOUS DATES, 17TH CENTURY, THE FIRST ITEM VENICE OR THE LOW COUNTRIES AND GERMANY
The flared beaker in clear glass, trailed to the rim with an opaque-white thread, on a hollow spreading foot, possibly the beaker from a siphon or trick-glass, the blue-glass barrel-shaped flask fluted and trailed with glass to each end, on scroll feet, and a waldglas passglas, applied with milled bands, on a spreading folded foot
The first 4 in. (10.2 cm.) high (3)
The first item from the Six family collection, Amsterdam and Jagtlust in 's-Gravenland.
With H. C. Van Vliet.
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