Double Tiered Goblet

Object Name: 
Double Tiered Goblet

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Object Name: 
Double Tiered Goblet
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H (abc): 34.9 cm; H (a&b): 30.5 cm; H (a): 17.5 cm; D (foot): 12.3 cm; (b): 11.3 cm, (c) 7.9 cm
On Display
about 1670-1690
Credit Line: 
Gift of Jerome Strauss
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass; blown, engraved. (a) Cup-shaped bowl with spiked gadrooning on lower part; engraved band of large stylized flowers on bowl with a round-sided panel at front containing two birds and a flowering plant; stem composed of two mereses, a baluster, two mereses, and a column; folded foot; rough pontil mark; printed sticker for the Glasgow Art Galleries and Museums exhibition on base; (b) cup-shaped bowl with spiked gadrooning on lower part, engraved band of stylized flowers around middle; attached to a domed cover by means of a stem formed of numerous mereses and flattened disks; spiked gadrooning on top of cover; engraved band of stylized leaves below; rough pontil mark; (c) small, dome shape cover with triple ball-knop finial; rough pontil mark.
Strauss Memorial Foundation, Ruth Bryan, Source
Strauss, Jerome (1893-1978), Former Collection
Corning Museum of Glass
Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Dann lasst sich auch Gold machen.... (2009) illustrated, p. 53, left; BIB# AI77941
Glass of the Alchemists: Lead Crystal-Gold Ruby, 1650-1750 (2008) illustrated, pp. 188-189, #37; BIB# 103865