Lacemaker's Bottle, France, Early XVIIIth Century flag

Lacemaker's Bottle, France, Early XVIIIth Century
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"Lacemaker's Bottle, France, Early XVIIIth Century"
  • Lacemaker's bottle, France, early eighteenth century
  • Translucent glass good condition, trace of lace
  • Magnifier deposit translucent blown glass, flared neck and back bottom pontil mark.
  • Glass for lacemaker or embroiderer or watchmaker, which is used, when the bottle is filled with water as magnifying glass and light diffuser. The early eighteenth century bootles are rudimentary and small (between 12 and 15 cm), with time, they will become more imposing and with a foot.
  • ref. Bellanger, Jacqueline "Verre d'usage et de prestige, France 1500-1800", ed. the Amateur 1985 p. 401 ff
  • Price : 320 €
    Period:18th century
    Style:Louis 14th, Regency
    Condition : Bon état

    Material : Verre
    Diameter : 15 cm
    Height : 14 cm

    Reference : 126185
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