Black glass dish, hand-blown in opaque black, half of the rim folded inwards, indicating a large indentation of the thumb. It is known at the ‘Thumbprint’ dish.
Designed by: Elsa Peretti
Made by: Vetreria Artistica Archimede Seguso
Initially retailed by Tiffany & Co (created for Tiffany & Co)
Made in: Murano
Europe: Italy: Veneto: Venice (province): Murano
The dish is freely blown and formed using traditional hand tools, and therefore there are slight variations in each piece.
dish: British Museum. The British Museum. https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/H_2007-8006-9.
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