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Name: Flush Eye
Used by: AA
Derived from: From the "eye" decoration flush with the surface.
Earliest Use: Whittoft 1966: 205.
Origin: Venice, ca. 1570 to 1635.
Distinctive Trait: Drawn bead finished a speo and embedded with three or four mosaic eyes.
Remarks: No argument with name; an archaeologist's term.
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