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17th century German (Nuremberg) Beaker at the Historisches Museum, Basel - From the curators' comments: "Though lacking the usual small ball feet, the beaker has a shape characteristic for Nuremberg, one which lent itself to glass cutting, diamond point engraving or 'Schwarzlotmalerei' (enamelling in black or sepia). Such very early engraved decoration with flowers and insects executed in the stiff manner of woodcuts is extremely rare."

17th century German (Nuremberg) Beaker at the Historisches Museum, Basel - From the curators' comments: "Though lacking the usual small ball feet, the beaker has a shape characteristic for Nuremberg, one which lent itself to glass cutting, diamond point engraving or 'Schwarzlotmalerei' (enamelling in black or sepia). Such very early engraved decoration with flowers and insects executed in the stiff manner of woodcuts is extremely rare."

Beaker (Maigelbecher); Unknown; Germany; 1450 - 1525; Mold-blown pale blue-green glass; 8.7 x 8.3 cm (3 7/16 x 3 1/4 in.); 84.DK.523

Title: Beaker (Maigelbecher) Artist/Maker(s): Unknown Culture: German Place(s): Germany (Place created) Date: 1450 - 1525 Medium: Mold-blown pale blue-green glass Dimensions: x cm x 3 in.

Gobelet, Bohême, verre transparent peint dans beaker, Anonymous, 1700 - 1800 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Gobelet, Bohême, verre transparent peint dans beaker, Anonymous, 1700 - 1800 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

beaker 1500 Dimensions h. 6 x w. 7.5 cm Material and technique cristallo, soda glass

beaker 1500 Dimensions h. cm Material and technique cristallo, soda glass

Venetian glass is a type of glass object made in Venice, Italy, primarily on the…

Venetian glass - Aldrevandini beaker, a venitian glass with enamel decoration derived from Islamic technique and style.

Roman | Glass beaker | Late Imperial Date:4th century A.D. | Glass; blown, blobbed, and cut | H.: 4 13/16 in. (12.3 cm) Diam.: 4 3/8 in. (11.1 cm) Colorless; translucent cobalt blue and honey yellow blobs

Blown, translucent cobalt blue and honey yellow Blobs and many Wheel Cuts.

Glass ribbed bowl  Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st–3rd quarter of 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman

*ITALY ~ Glass ribbed bowl Period: Early Imperial Date: quarter of century A.

Engraved Vita Vital Tumbler c1768

Georgian glass from the and century, Bohemian glass, century Victorian and art glass.

Roman Splash Glass, 1st century C.E. white, yellow, red and pale blue glass has been scattered over a semi-translucent blue bowl. The decorative dots of glass are thinly fused onto the walls and built up into thicker deposits on the base. The bowl's inner surface and mouth area has been finished with a grinder or a file, after the splash decoration was applied, a single cord-shaped decoration was carved around the center of the exterior of the bowl. Miho Museum Kyoto, Japan

Roman splash glass bowl, this was probably used for cosmetics or as a miscellaneous container, 100 AD.

glass beaker, Venice late 15th century

The Fairfax Cup. Turquoise glass beaker, enameled and gilt, and painted with version of story of Pyramus and Thisbe. Venice, Italy, about Opaque turquoise glass seems to have been very rare: only three pieces are known to survive.

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