Compare the standing bowl attributed to the early 16th Century with enamelled ornamentation of this type sold in these Rooms on 28 March 2000, lot 39, and for another in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, see exhibition catalogue, P. N. Perrot, Three Great Centuries of Venetian Glass, Corning Museum, New York, 1978, p. 56, no. 41. While the slightly unusual feature of a double trailed band below the rim is also found on the blue jug in the Lehman Collection and on the blue example in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (273-1874) (see D. P. Lanmon & D. Whitehouse, Glass in the Robert Lehman Collection, New York, 1993, p. 16, no. 3 and p. 19, fig. 3.1), the distinctive blue and white enamelling to this trailing is a decorative ornament more usually found on clear glass closely associated with Venetian glass of the 16th Century (see H. Tait, The Golden Age of Venetian Glass, London, 1979, col. pl. 3, no. 3; G. Mariacher, Vetri italiani del Rinascimento, Milan, 1963, p. 67 A; Sotheby's sale catalogue, 12 February 1979, lot 205; and the 'Krautstrunk' beaker sold in these Rooms on 28 March 2000, lot 9).