Ancient Glass Blog of The Allaire Collection

7. TECHNICAL QUESTIONS ABOUT HISTORICAL GLASS » Stem definition: This glass is typical for this period with the gadrooned bottom part of the round funnel bowl, and the distinctive stem architecture. The bowl is set via a short cylindrical solid section on the first hollow basal knop, followed by a hollow cylindrical section commencing to the second hollow basal knop set on a small disc connecting to the spreading folded foot. The sober stem architecture has some resemblance with glass Example 12

Example #20

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