- c. 1647
- Marbled slipware (earthenware)
This remarkable mid seventeenth-century marbled slipware bottle, or costrel, originates from a pottery production region in Tuscany and likely left Italy containing wine or oil. Also known as a pilgrim flask, it has holes through the moulded satyr masks to hold a rope cord. A near-identical vessel is found in Gerrit Dou’s The Physician (1653).
(Out of Time, 23 September 2023 – 28 April 2024)