These two small vases have no foot. Their ovoid body narrows toward the top, then opens up into a wide neck with a flared mouth. The vases have two double handles ending in curls. The entire body surface is covered in light ribbing typical of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Veneto glassware. In fact, the anonymous Tuscan maker was inspired by the stylistic and decorative models illustrated in the drawings à la façon de Venise preserved in the Department of Prints and Drawings of the Uffizi Gallery.