This stunning long-neck free blown glass Surahi, a shape which combines a sphere and a cylinder, was traditionally made of clay to hold water in India. This glass version was made in India, has been worked on the pontil, etched, with gold-leaf applied. Inspirational object: LNS 399 G is a free-blown globular bottle with a long, narrow cylindric neck and slightly kicked base formed by an applied footring. Iranian region, 10th – 11th century
This lovely decorative round bottle, perfect as a fine vase, was free blown in India, and has been worked on the pontil, etched and gilded. Inspirational obejct: LNS 73 G is a hookah base from Northern India region, dated around 1700-1725. It is free blown, tooled, gilded and worked on the pontil
This decorative glass hookah makes a beautiful vase since, like the collection object it was free blown as a single piece. Handmade in India, it was worked on the pontil, etched and gilded. Inspirational object: LNS 138 G is a spittoon from Northern Indian region, dated from the Mid-18th century. Free blown, tooled, enamelled and gilded, it was worked on the pontil.
|Large||Dia 27 x H 56 cm||glass||India||2 kg|
|Medium||Dia 19 x H 18 cm||500 gram|
|Small||Dia 10 x H 15 cm||500 gram|