FLASKS & FLASK-SHAPED VASES
Shapes with a wide or bulbous lower body, extending upward into an elongated straight or flaring throat.
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Tall vase with bulbous base, long straight neck
Small vase with ribbed bulbous base, straight throat
Vase with two-cone base, wide straight throat
Small flask with bulb base, wide throat and square mouth
Small flask with bulb base, wide throat and round mouth
Collection; Shepparton Art Gallery
Small vase with ribbed bulbous body and flaring throat
Small vase with ribbed conical base, wide straight-sided throat
Small flask with bulb base, wide neck and wavy flared lip
Vases with 2-cone base and conic flaring throat
Ribbed bulb base, throat widening upwards
Vases with bulbous body, prominent foot and wide high flaring lip
Liqueur flask with handle, long neck and stopper
Not a 'flask-shaped' vase, this one, but a true flask.
Tall vase with conic flared throat
Vase with small bulbous base, wide straight throat and flaring mouth
Vase with ribbed gently conic base and gently conic throat
Globular or 2-cone vase with narrowed straight collar
Flasks with bulb base, slender neck and three spiral handles.
Small flask, bulbous body with spiral handle.
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Tall vase with bulbous base, long straight neck and square mouth.
Flagon with handle and stopper
Another true flask, not a vase.
Tall flask-shaped vases with bulbous base, long neck and flared lip.
Flask-shaped vase with handle
Flask-shaped vase, bulbous body, slight flare to neck
Flask with ribbed body, slender neck with flared lip
Large flask with foot and short straight throat