German glass vase, 1650-1800.
German medieval folk narrative vase
German narrative folk vase. The seventeenth century in Europe saw unparalleled changes in the decoration of glass The strength of European glass-making moved northward from Venice to Germany and Bohemia. In England George Ravenscroft developed lead crystal which made a major contribution to chandaliers which brought a new sense of light to dark interiors.The low countries produced both wheel- and diamond-engraving of superb quality.
- Classical & Medieval Medicine
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- storage vase
- furnishing and equipment
- container - receptacle
- Moore Garrard
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