"Glass of the Sultans," October 2, 2001–January 13, 2002, no.
"Glass of the Sultans," February 20, 2002–May 15, 2002, no.
Unfortunately, the quaint little wine bar was so quaint it was impossible to find!
One of his pics was him at a wedding in a gorgeous expensive looking crisp white shirt, collar undone, dickie bow hanging loosely either side, mouth open… This particular date was one of my many Tinder dates I had when living in London, so the destination was a quaint little wine bar in Kings Cross or so the website informed me when I looked it up.Long-necked bottles are among the few types of glass vessels produced in Iran after the seventeenth century, as local production was gradually being replaced by European imports. "Glass Gathers: The Hagop Kevorkian Fund Special Exhibitions Gallery," May 24, 1990–March 31, 1991, no catalogue. Pieces dating from this period, influenced by Venetian models, are typically very graceful in shape, this "swan-neck" bottle being an accomplished example. "Islamic Glass: A Brief History." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin vol. Re-Orientations: Islamic Art and the West in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. I am probably a 4 and a half at best, so knowing I was being compared to a 10 was unnerving.