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H: 26.5 cm, Diam (foot): 10.7 cm, Diam (rim): 7.1 cm
On Display
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Colorless glass with olive-green tinge; seeds, few refractory stones, and cords. Blown, applied. Goblet with funnel-shaped, furnace-opened bowl, rounded at base. Stem consists of ribbed hollow double knop attached with glue-bit to stylized double-headed eagle with hollow ovoid body, straight solid necks, sheared and pincered oval wings, and two molded “raspberry” prunts applied on either side; mounted with glue-bit to ribbed hollow triple-knopped section at base. Blown foot has rough pontil mark. Knop below bowl contains an amber-coloured, small shapeless piece of glass.
Brunnier Gallery, Source
Corning Museum of Glass
Changing Exhibitions Gallery
Glass & Ceramics Conservation 2010 (2010) illustrated, p. 106; BIB# 118800
Glass of the Alchemists: Lead Crystal-Gold Ruby, 1650-1750 (2008) illustrated, p. 156, #12; BIB# 103865