Reproduction of a pilgrimage bottle（N. Bragadin work）
Original production period: end of the 15th century
Place of origin: Murano Glass Museum (Italy)
Known as a pilgrim flask; the sides of the bottle have four attachments where a string can be attached, and the center is decorated with large plated medals.
One one side is the coat of arms of Milan’s House of Sforza, and on the other, the coat of arms of Bologna’s House of Bentivolio; it is believed to have been produced at the time of a wedding between the two families.