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Continental glass. Càntir. Pouring vessel for wine. Façon de Venise. Unknown glasshouse, Spain, Catalonia. With bird finial. Clear and blue glass, blown, height, 44 cm, width, 23.5 cm, after 1650 to before 1800. Production Note: A càntir is a vessel for pouring water. The word derives from the Spanish cántaro, a ceramic jug. Sir Ivor and Lady Batchelor Bequest through The Art Fund.