'Stangenglas'; glass; tall, narrow, cylindrical body; ornamented with coat of arms twice repeated; below the rim, gilt and pearled scale pattern band; plain gilt band at junction of bowl and base.
- 1580 (circa)
- Made in: Venice
- (Europe,Italy,Veneto,Venice (province),Venice)
- Height: 38.3 centimetres
Robert Schmidt in 1911 thought these glasses were made in Vencie for export (see Tait 1967, p. 109)
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCN14176
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