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Overall H: 25.8 cm, Rim Diam: 9.2 cm, Foot Diam: 10.5 cm
On Display
about 1875
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Goblet. Translucent colorless vitro de Trina ("Netz") glass; blown and mold blown, tooled, with impressed decoration. Conical bowl slightly curved at bottom rests on a clear disk follow by a clear double knob which form the top of the stem; middle part of the stem consists of two pairs of clear thick curved threads, one on top of the other, supported at the bottom by a gadrooned knob followed by a gadrooned baluster and a disk, all of clear glass; the foot is domed; rough pontil mark; bowl and foot are made of "Netzglas", with thin white opaque threads, four leaves curved downwards with impressed cross pattern are applied to the top knob of the stem, two blossoms, consisting of six leaves and rendered in the same way, are applied vertically to the threads of the stem; accompanying these threads, a pair of twisted threads, covered with a clear and cross notched piece of glass, is attached to the middle part of the stem, forming a heart; small twisted leaves with a cross pattern hang down from the latter.
Carlebach Gallery, Source
Three Great Centuries of Venetian Glass
Corning Museum of Glass
Millefiore, Filigree, and Striped Glass (1958-01) p. 12;