Bowl and cover; glass; ogee shape with ornate clear and streaked glass handles and flattened ring-base; cover with knop surmounted by opaque white and blue spreading flower; covered with latticinio reticelli; shallow tazza stand with low bell-foot, ornamented throughout with latticinio reticelli.
- Early 18thC
- Made in: Venice
- (Europe,Italy,Veneto,Venice (province),Venice)
- Height: 13 centimetres
- Diameter: 12.1 centimetres (max)
- Height: 3 centimetres (tazza)
- Diameter: 19.9 centimetres (tazza)
20 January 1993
Droplets noted under footring and inside of vessel, salt crystals visible on lid. Identified as possibly weeping in May 93 moved to weeping glass cabinet.
Cleaned by rolling cotton wool swabs over the surface moistened with 70/30 Industrial methylated spirits (ethanol,methanol) and distilled water. Water residue removed using either Industrial methylated spirits (ethanol,methanol) or acetone on cotton wool swabs. Paper tissue was used to remove smears.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCN15354
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