A GROUP OF FAÇON DE VENISE GLASS | 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY
comprising two façon de Venise tazze, circular with slight upturned rims, decorated with a trailed blue glass chain between two plain and milled clear glass trails respectively, the spreading feet with folded rims, 28.2cm., 11 1/8 in. and 22.5cm., 8 7/8 in. diameter;
a façon de Venise wine glass or footed stand, the shallow bowl with two milled blue glass trails, the ribbed hollow stem between two mereses on a spreading foot with folded rim, 10.3cm., 4in. high;
a small footed saucer dish, probably Dutch, of shallow form, on a small spun foot, 12.5cm., 4 7/8 in. diameter;
and a façon de Venise footed dish, of shallow form, the moulded bowl with spiral wreathing edged in a dark blue trailed rim, on a small spun foot, 21.7cm., 8 1/2 in. diameter
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Each piece is in good condition and appearance. There is some minor typical surface wear and scuffing.
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