Accession Nr.: 17329
Date of production:
ca. 1740
Place of production: Silesia
Materials: glass
Techniques: blown; grinded
height: 16 cm
base diameter: 9 cm
opening diameter: 9,5 cm
The splayed funnel goblet stands on a curved, splayed stem held by a decagonal foot. The body is divided into six sides by ground lines three of them show naked figures picking apples or holding a basket of flowers. A landscape with buildings or a castle appears on two sides, in a rich framework. One side is without decoration — the space was probably reserved for initials.


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