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Vase with small flatfoot wide flat spreading bowl which is straight sided and edged with a narrow rim of aventurine glass and with large prunts of clear glass on either side a lion masks. From the centre of the bowl rises a tall trumpet shaped holder, in the same glass edged with aventurine.
The whole in shapes of blue mostly deeper blue coated with semi-opaque white to give a mottle effect. Bought at the Paris Exhibition of 1867.
Size: Height: 16.5 cm.
Artist / Maker: Firm of Salviati
Object Type: vase
Actual Date: 1867
Century: 19th century
Materials: Glass, Aventurine
Museum Accession Number: Founders/G.73