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Goblet by Richard Marquis and Dante Marioni

Goblet, teapot-shaped stem, blown glass, Richard Marquis/ Dante Marioni, Canberra, Austalian Capital Territory, Australia, 1994

Goblet, made of blown clear glass coloured with fine glass canes utilising various filigrana patterns, assembled from various forms as a colourful tower with stem in the form of a teapot; the vessel has a conical foot supporting a teapot-shaped stem, this tapering cylindrical teapot stem has a short spout, ring handle and knopped cover, a two-part bowl with a small globular resceptable set below a larger hemispherical bowl rises from the top of the cover knop on a short stem; the clear glass foot and bowl feature a pattern of 'vetro a reticello' in white and twisting 'zanfirico' in fine yellow canes, the footrim and rim are edged with dark blue, the teapot-shaped stem is coloured with 'vetro a reticello' canes of milky acqua green colour (vertical stripes outlining segments filled with fine criss-cross diagonal threads making a diamond lattice network).
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