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Wine glass in lace glass; white opaque and clear. The base slightly raised of alternate canes of close and open spirals, the stem of more milky appearance with closer threads, nipped into four small wings, then two flat knops of clear glass, then a hemi-spherical bowl of the same glass as the foot, the canes not very closely joined, and retaining something of their original shape. Bought at the Paris Exhibition of 1867.
Size: Height: 9.3 cm.
Artist / Maker: Firm of Salviati
Object Type: glass
Actual Date: 1867
Century: 19th century
Museum Accession Number: Founders/G.74