flask; inghistera flaskAccession number: 16647b
Collection place: Italy?, Southern Europe
Production date: 1501-1600
Measurements: H 54 mm; DM 79 mm; base of bowl 42 mm
Museum Section: Post-Medieval
Summary: Inghistere flask foot, clear with slight greyish tinge. Foot with extremely high pointed kick. Made in one piece by pushing up the base of the paraison thus forming a double thickness in the foot and an apparent fold at the edge of it. Unpolished pontil mark. Found in cellar, 1939.
Location: Object stored at Mortimer Wheeler House (Ceramics and Glass store)
Tyson, Rachel, Medieval glass vessels found in England c.AD1200-1500 Council for British Archaeology Research Report 121 York: CBA, (2000). Pages: xii; 212 p.; illISSN ISBN 1902771125 (Object details: p 140 no g361, published)