London, South Kensington
5 March 2013
A FAÇON-DE-VENISE GLASS KUTTROLF
LATE 17TH CENTURY, LOW COUNTRIES OR GERMANY
The cup bowl with an undulating rim, the neck formed of three entwined capillaries around a central tube, above an inverted baluster section, fluted to the lower part, supported by a spreading folded foot
10 in. (25 cm.) high
The Krug Collection; Sotheby's, London, 7 December 1981, Part II, lot 301.
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Brigitte von Klesse, Glassammlung Helfried Krug, Munich, 1965, p. 110-111, no. 52.
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