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|Collection:||Applied Art - Glass|
|Date:||1676 - 1676|
|Engraver:||Willen van Heemskir - View biography for Willen van Heemskir|
This 17th century Dutch serving bottle has been free blown. The decoration has been 'diamond point engraved', this method was popular amongst Dutch glass decorators during the 1600s. It was especially used to decorate with calligraphy, such as this example.
|Production Period:||17th Century|
|Medium:||Green tinted lead glass, with diamond point engraving.|
|Place of Origin:||Leyden, Holland|