Corps de flacon aux boutons de lotus

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200 - 300 EUR
Corps de flacon aux boutons de lotus
Iran, 18th-early 19th century Blown, molded and pinched bluish-green transparent glass. The gadrooned body is interrupted by a band of twelve lotus buds transformed into cypresses by a small foot. The base of the neck is decorated with a scalloped collar. Condition: The top of the neck is missing and the glass has been trimmed just at the edge of the scalloped neck. H. 15,5 cm ; Diam. 12,5 cm For a bottle from an identical mold, see Rachel Hasson, Early Islamic Glass, L.A Mayer Memorial Institute for Islamic Art, Jerusalem 1979, cat. 63, p. 33. Expert L.S.
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