Welcome Goblet

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Object Name: 
Welcome Goblet
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 24.3 cm; Rim Diam: 11.1 cm; Foot Diam: 11.5 cm
On Display
about 1720-1730
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mrs. K. F. Landegger
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass; blown, cut, engraved. Tall round- funnel bowl, with two rows of overlapping scale facets at the base; engraved decoration; four circular panels, each containing an engraved scene, framed with scrollwork, flowers and swags, with inscriptions above, each numbered consecutively: "1/Fur allen dingen furchte gott/den er uns giebt das Taglich brodt", "2/An dein beriff thu freudig gehn/so wird euch alles glucklich jehn", "3/Mit deien nachbahrn leb vertraglich/sonst wird die wirthschafft hochst beschwerlich", "4/Thue recht und guts, ein jedermann, /so wird es wohl im hausse stahn"; the first panel showing a man praying on his knees to a half-length figure of God, crowned, with a radiance around him, in clouds; the second panel showing one man hoeing fields, another walking from the left, wearing a pack on his back and carrying a walking staff; the third panel showing two men shaking hands; the fourth panel showing three men seated at the table, drinking, with two servants in the foreground; stem with two mereses above a facet-cut flattened ball knop, a merese, a facet- and panel-cut inverted baluster, and a reel-shaped section at the base; large disk foot, inscribed on the top "Wilkommen des Ritter guts ober Eule" and a floral sprig; rough pontil mark; circular paper label inscribed "22" and incomplete number ("8...?") in white paint on the underside of the foot.
Landegger, Mrs. K. F., Former Collection
Recent Important Acquisitions, 25 (1983) illustrated, p. 261, #14; BIB# AI98084