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H: 10.5 cm, D (rim): 6.8 cm
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Clear glass; slight wear marks; free-blown, with set-in (cemented) medallions and hoops. Cylindrical tumbler; around rim and bottom two hoops in red (amethyst) against a golden background and with silver-flowers (forget-me-nots), the top one bearing an engraved inscription on the inside: "So viel Freund-und Nahmensfeste, als der Becher Tropfen haeld, soll Frau Loischen noch erleben, bloss zur Freude dieser Weld. 1796"; the medallion on the body shows on the outside a wreath of silver- flowers on red against a golden background, surrounding a golden initial "S.A." (or "A.S.") on a green background, and on the inside an inscription engraved through the gold-leaf: "Aus Liebe und Dankbarkeit gewidmet von ihrem ergebensten Die ner Jos. Mildner"; the bottom-medallion has on the outside a multi-pointed star in gold- and silverleaf, on the inside the portrait of St. Aloysius, gold on red, holding crucifix and flower.
Rosenberg and Stiebel, Source
Neuberg, Frederick, Former Collection
East Side Winter Antiques Show
Park Avenue Armory
Conservation Problems of Zwischengoldglas (1980) illustrated, p. 17; p. 24, fig. 15, left; BIB# AI9442
Treasures in Glass (1966) illustrated, pp. 56-57, 59, #106; BIB# 28036
Mildner glasses in America (1957-03) pp. 260-263, ill. p. 263;
Glaser der Empire- und Biedermeierzeit (1923) p. 315 ff.; p. 330; BIB# 25652