Falconer Vase. Possibly Bohemian. Second quarter of the 19th century. Probably Grisaille-painted over blown glass. It appears as though the solid glass base is applied to the vase. The scene depicts two falconers, one on horseback, the other, on foot, in a mountainous landscape. Three castles and a lone, tall tree complete the highlights of this fully round panorama.
Approximately 9 1/8″ high; diameter of the vase at opening, also approximately 9 1/8″; diameter at base, approximately 5 3/4″.