2 Goblets

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Object Name: 
2 Goblets
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
Web Description: 
These goblets originally had matching covers.
Thomas, Mrs. Christian, Source
1793 / George Trisler
body, exterior of bowl Dated 1793 in a circle, enclosing the name
Primary Description: 
2 Goblets. Clear heavy glass with slight yellowish (A) or dark grey (B) tint and few minute bubbles; wear marks at base and inside of bowl; free blown and engraved; high conical (A) or pedestal (B) foot with rough pontil mark, inverted baluster stem with large tear, deep semi-oval bowl resting on a merese; on the bowl a wreath of flowers and volutes with the date "1793" in a circle, enclosing the name: "George Trisler."
Liquid Refreshment: 2000 Years of Drinks and Drinking Glasses
Corning Museum of Glass 1993-04-24 through 1994-12-31
Amelung Glass: An Exhibition of Wares from New Bremen, Maryland, including pieces attributed to Amelung and some examples of Stiegel, Pittsburgh, Sandwich, etc., 1750-1875
Maryland Historical Society
American Antiques and Collectibles (2001) illustrated, p. 265; BIB# 76353
A Catalogue of American Antiques (1990) illustrated, p. 93; BIB# 69239
John Frederick Amelung and the New Bremen Glassmanufactory (1976) illustrated, pp. 74-75, #13 fig. 32 A-D; BIB# AI6136
Glass Terminology: a German-English Glossary (1967) illustrated, pl. VI (left); BIB# 141372
In the Museums: Another glass rarity at Corning (Antiques) (1956-03) illustrated, p. 262; BIB# AI98439
An Amelung Discovery (1952-12) illustrated, p. 488; BIB# AI98440