Renaissance folk art style bottle called "Pryska". Initially part of the Spring welcoming ritual practised in Easter time. Subsequently widespread as a liquor-bottle on folk weddings. Very popular with people in 17th and 18th century. The enamel painting on historical forest glass replica. Glass has nice greenish colour and small bubles. Very popular and original gift even at present.

A gentleman gives a flower to a lady, both in period clothes.

Bohemia, around 1700.

Height : approx. 15 cm / 6 inches
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