• Region: Possibly Shiraz, Persia.
  • Estimated Date of Production: Late 1800s to early 1900s.
  • Dimensions: 395 mm in height, 169 mm by 110 mm in circumference.
  • Weight: 1650 grams.
  • Colour: Light green aqua.
  • Technique:

    Blowpipe pontilled, freeblown, double v-tooled lip.

  • Description:

    Long-necked bottle of a much more modern consistency than PC-112. Appears to be newer construction. It wouldn’t surprise me to find that the glass is late 19th or early 20th century.

  • Built By:
  • Provenance: urchased August 2012 from a North Carolina dealer, who said that he had seen/sold these in the 1970s, and that they were identified as Persian wines at that time.
  • Condition: Light internal stain.
  • Literature:
  • Related Works outside of this collection:

    Similar piece in Metropolitan Museum of Art.