Champagne

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Object Name: 
Champagne
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
54.3.241
Dimensions: 
H: 21.1 cm; D (rim): 7 cm, (base): 7.9 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1701-1800
Primary Description: 
Clear glass with very few bubbles; free-blown, cut and engraved. Slightly conical foot with rough pontil mark, solid inverted baluster stem between two stepped double-disks, very slender pointed funnel bowl; cut sunflower on base; engraving: on the bowl the monogram "A R" (Augustus Rex) surmounted by the royal crown and surrounded by floral motives, below the monogram and below rim a floral garland, around rim of foot a circlet of saw- tooth.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Lutz, Dr. W. A., Source
Das Glas (1922) fig. 206, pp. 348-349; BIB# 28712