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Overall H: 16.4 cm; Rim Diam: 7.9 cm; Foot Diam: 9.7 cm
On Display
about 1700-1725
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. K. F. Landegger
Primary Description: 
Goblet. Colorless, transparent blue and gold-flecked ruby non-lead glasses; blown, cut, engraved; pewter. Conical bowl, covered with polished engraving: three wreathed roundels, one with three men (a trumpeter, a drummer, and another) with a city in the left background, drapery above; table covered with an elaborate table cloth, set with a large urn of flowers, and two covered goblets, a chair at the left side; and a scene of a man and woman, the woman offering a heart to the man in her outstretched left hand; pairs of facing, winged grotesques and elaborate floral swags between each panel; elaborate floral border at the bottom, engraved over panel faceting; merese above a faceted ovoid knop enclosing spiral threads of blue and gold-flecked ruby, merese and straight section below, spreading into a disc on the top of the foot; conical foot, covered with a domed pewter foot, ending in a zig-zag border on the inside, a turned incised ring near the rim; open on the underside to reveal a rough pontil mark on the glass foot.
Landegger, Lena (Mrs. K. F.), Source
Corning Museum of Glass
Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Baroque Influences on the Form and Decoration of Glass (2014) illustrated, pp. 42-43; BIB# 142141
Glass of the Alchemists: Lead Crystal-Gold Ruby, 1650-1750 (2008) illustrated, pp. 206-207, #51; BIB# 103865