SINGLE KUTTROLF FROM THE MIDDLE AGES
Remarks: The Kuttrolf, mainly from Germany in the 16th C, is a beaker commonly found with several glass tubes, sometimes twisted, forming the neck having a cup-like upper container. The example here represents a variant with a single open neck. The lower part of this beaker has a pushed in base and pontil mark.
Condition: broken and repaired
H: 18 cm
D: C. 1560
Ref: Christies Interiors, Sept. 2013 Lot # 199, Henkes, Glass Without Gloss, 1994, #27.2, Baumgartner, Phoenix aus Sand and Asche, 1988 #383, Baumgartner, Amend & Collection, 2005, #64,65 (double)
Provenance: Collection of E. Martin Wunsch