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Latticino Glass Ewer, Italy, c. 1890.

Originally, Latticino (literally=dairy product) was a milky white glass made with lead, and was first produced at Murano, Venice, in the 16th century. Subsequently, the Venetians used it to decorate clear glass, and it was these threads of white which caused the wares to be called 'Latticino'. Glass decorated with the more intricate patterns of this type became known as Vetro da trina or 'lace glass'. This lovely pink and white Venetian lace pattern is a perfect example, with original stopper; no chips or repairs.

6-3/4" tall.

$750.00

Latticino Glass Ewer, Italy, c. 1890.

Originally, Latticino (literally=dairy product) was a milky white glass made with lead, and was first produced at Murano, Venice, in the 16th century. Subsequently, the Venetians used it to decorate clear glass, and it was these threads of white which caused the wares to be called 'Latticino'. Glass decorated with the more intricate patterns of this type became known as Vetro da trina or 'lace glass'. This lovely pink and white Venetian lace pattern is a perfect example, with original stopper; no chips or repairs.

6-3/4" tall.

$750.00

Latticino Glass Ewer, Italy, c. 1890.

Originally, Latticino (literally=dairy product) was a milky white glass made with lead, and was first produced at Murano, Venice, in the 16th century. Subsequently, the Venetians used it to decorate clear glass, and it was these threads of white which caused the wares to be called 'Latticino'. Glass decorated with the more intricate patterns of this type became known as Vetro da trina or 'lace glass'. This lovely pink and white Venetian lace pattern is a perfect example, with original stopper; no chips or repairs.

6-3/4" tall.

$750.00