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VENETIAN WINE GOBLET

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on February 1, 2019

32E Allaire Collection

 

Cristallo wine glass has a bell-shaped bowl decorated with gadrooning and a thin clear glass thread circling the center.  The tall narrow stem rests on a wide circular foot.

H: 15.3 cm

First half of 17th Century

Ref: Lameris, 1991 #82

English Facon de Venise Glass Tazza

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, English Glass, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on January 30, 2019

(111E) Allaire Collection

A small tazza made of clear soda glass with a shallow tray gently curving up at the edge. The spreading conical base has a folded foot.  This is a product of one of the Duke of Buckingham’s glass factories in England which were active around the 1670’s. The tazza illustrates the influence of Venetian style of glassmaking and use of soda glass prior to the introduction of leaded glass later in the British market of the 18th Century.

D: 1670

H: 3cm

D: 13cm

VENETIAN FILIGRANA GLASS VASE

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on December 25, 2018

Venetian Filigrana Glass Vase

107E Venetian Filigrana Vase

107E Venetian Filigrana Vase of the Allaire Collection of Glass

 

 

 The pear-shaped body of this Venetian vase is fashioned with two styles of filigrana retortoli canes. The straight neck may have had a lid.  The vessel is decorated with clear glass wing handles, single center trail and ring foot also of clear glass.  A similar object is in the collection in the Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen.

H: 12.7

Date: 1700 Venice

Published: A Collection of Filigrana Glass, Kitty Lameris, 2012 #20

Ref: Coburg #452, HansCohn Collection #201, Golden Age of Venetian Glass #127

Photo: Courtesy of Frides Lameris Art and Antique, Amsterdam

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Three Facon De Venise Wine Glasses from France

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, French Glass, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on April 23, 2018

Three Facon De Venise Wine Glasses from France of Allaire collections

left to right 68E,76E,77E French wine glasses

left to right 68E,76E,77E French wine glasses

68E: is a small Facon de Venise goblet (verre de fougere – Fern Glass) was probably made in France. The glass is of straw tint with a pattern-molded bowl and an elongated inverted baluster hollow stem. H: 12.4 cm

76E: is a Facon de Venise wine goblet (verre de fougere – Fern Glass) was probably made in France. The glass has a straw tint and a conical pattern-molded bowl with a hollow stem.

77E: is a Facon de Venise wine goblet (verre de fougere – Fern Glass) was probably made France. The glass has a straw tint and a pattern-molded bowl on a hollow stem with faint diagonal ribs. H: 11 cm

Date for all: Early 18th Century

Ref: Beyond Venice page163, Rijksmuseum # 235,236, The Collection Engels-De Lange, Lameris # 58, The Van Beek Collection, Lameris, #37, 38

For more information on French fern glass see the essay by Anna Lameris in The Van Beek Collection, 2015 p 98-99

68E French Facon de Venise Wine 17th Century

68E French Facon de Venise Wine, Early 18th Century

76E French Facon de Venise Wine 17th Century

76E French Facon de Venise Wine, Early 18th Century

77E French Facon de Venise Wine 17th Century

77E French Facon de Venise Wine, Early 18th Century

Facon de Venise Goblet

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on August 22, 2017

Facon de Venise Goblet

The bowl of this goblet has gadrooning with spiked terminals. The composite stem consist of a capstan above a flattened ball ribbed knop over a hollow inverted baluster knop ending on a folded foot. The place manufacture of the technically exquisite and beautiful goblet is unknown.

H: 7 ¼ inches

19th Century

3E Gadrooned Goblet

3E Gadrooned Goblet

Venetian Filigrana Glass Vase

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on May 31, 2017

Venetian Filigrana Glass Vase

 The pear-shaped body of this Venetian vase is fashioned with two styles of filigrana retortoli canes. The straight neck may have had a lid.  The vessel is decorated with clear glass wing handles, single center trail and ring foot also of clear glass.  A similar object is in the collection in the Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen.

H: 12.7

D: 1700 Venice

Published: A Collection of Filigrana Glass, Kitty Lameris, 2012 #20

Ref: Coburg #452, HansCohn Collection #201, Golden Age of Venetian Glass #127

Photo courtesy of Frides Lameris Art and Antique, Amsterdam

107E Venetian Filigrana Vase

107E Venetian Filigrana Vase

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TRAILED GLASS BEAKER FROM THE NETHERLANDS

Trailed Beaker from the Netherlands

The simple shape of this beaker has been decorated by a thin trail of glass spiraling around the body. It is possible that the maker was influenced by the Venetian glass styling of the time.  It was probably made in the Netherlands.

H: 7.5 cm

D: First half of the 17th Century

Ref: Henkes, #35.9 & #35.10

110E Trailed Beaker from the Netherlands

110E Trailed Beaker from the Netherlands

Gadrooned Wine Glass

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on June 20, 2016

This is a fine and rare Facon de Venise wine glass. It has a flared bowl with gadrooned base on a wrythen hollow knopped stem attached to a conical folded foot.  Perhaps English, from one of the Duke of Buckingham’s glass houses or from the Netherlands.

H:  15 cm

1650

Ref: Treasures in Glass, Allentown Art Museum, 1966 #39

87E Facon de Venise Gadrooned Wine Glass

Small Covered Facon de Venise Glass Jar

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on June 6, 2016

Small Covered Facon de Venise Glass Jar

This Facon de Venise covered glass jar has a lid and body decorated with molded prunts of lion masks with traces of gold gilding still visible. Country of manufacture is unknown.

H: 11.43 cm

c. 1600

41E Covered Jar

41E Covered Facon de Venise Glass Jar

Venetian Cristallo Glass Wine

Posted in 3. European Glass, CATEGORIES OF GLASS TYPES ON THIS SITE, Venetian & Facon de Venise Glass by Allaire Collection of Glass on May 15, 2016

Venetian Cristallo Glass Wine

This wine is made of a Cristallo glass. It has a trumpet-shape bowl with a broad mouth resting on a collar with a thin hollow baluster stem and flat circular foot.  Cristallo is a type of soda glass developed in Venice before the 15th century.  It was made almost colourless, pale-yellow to smoky gray, so it would resemble Rock-Crystal which is natural quartz or pure silica.

 H: 17cm

C: 1600

 Ref: Golden Age #55, Christie’s March 28, 2000 # 136-139

79E Venetian Cristallo Glass Wine

79E Venetian Cristallo Glass Wine

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