Extremely rare 18th-century semi-cylindrical stock bottle for liqueur. Dark-moss green Waldglas. Body blown in mould. This type of bottle was called "Halbrunde Bouteille" and "Leg of lamb". Between 1720 and 1760, "leg of lambs" were manufactured exclusively for the Dutch market in Thuringia.
Raised kick with rough pontil mark. In painted medallion on front was the name of liqueur type; some vague letters can be discerned.
Dimensions: 44 cm high; Max. about 21.3 cm wide.
Weight: 2643 grams.
Condition: Bottle completely intact. Only wear on the bottom edge; a few scratches and wear spots on body. Painting inside medallion scratched away.
– W. Van den Bossche, Antique Glass Bottles, page 142, plate 96.
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Shipping only with registered parcel mail from PostNL. Customs and import duties are at the buyer’s expense.
- Rara bottiglia per liquore, "Cosciotto di agnello"
- Periodo stimato
- Prima metà del 18° secolo
- Paese d’origine
- Turingia, Germania
- In ottime condizioni - usato raramente e con lievi segni di usura e dell’età.