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by Riesengebirge, wohl Hirschberger made 1710/1720 Kunstgewerbemuseum

by Riesengebirge, wohl Hirschberger made 1710/1720 Kunstgewerbemuseum

Wineglass  probably 19th century  Italian, Venice (Murano) Glass

Wineglass probably 19th century Italian, Venice (Murano) Glass

Greissusan.

Greissusan.

Otto Prutscher (1880-1949), Adolf Meyr's Neffe, Wineglass, Cut Glass, 1909.

Otto Prutscher (1880-1949), Adolf Meyr's Neffe, Wineglass, Cut Glass, 1909.

Not your typical wine glass, but very pretty!

Not your typical wine glass, but very pretty!

Lidded goblet with inscription “Leopold I. G. Rom. Imp. S. A. Ge. Hu. Bo. Rex",  Glass, colourless, conical cup decorated with medallion containing the cut portrait and around it the inscription, flanked by flags and instruments of war, to the reverse the Habsburg eagle, finial and shaft with red spiral trail, lid with cut border of foliage and blossom pattern, smooth base with pontil mark, height 41 cm, finial end minimally chipped, Bohemia around 1760:

Lidded goblet with inscription “Leopold I. G. Rom. Imp. S. A. Ge. Hu. Bo. Rex", Glass, colourless, conical cup decorated with medallion containing the cut portrait and around it the inscription, flanked by flags and instruments of war, to the reverse the Habsburg eagle, finial and shaft with red spiral trail, lid with cut border of foliage and blossom pattern, smooth base with pontil mark, height 41 cm, finial end minimally chipped, Bohemia around 1760:

A tall Moser glass wine goblet, faceted stem having gilt bands decorated with acanthus scrolling and flowers. Czechoslovakia, circa 1893-2008

A tall Moser glass wine goblet, faceted stem having gilt bands decorated with acanthus scrolling and flowers. Czechoslovakia, circa 1893-2008

A Silesian Hochschnitt goblet and cover, Hermsdorf, Hirschberger Tal, circa 1720

A Silesian Hochschnitt goblet and cover, Hermsdorf, Hirschberger Tal, circa 1720

Large Etched Glass Goblet, Europe, late 18th century, the bowl with wheel-etched…

Large Etched Glass Goblet, Europe, late 18th century, the bowl with wheel-etched…

Coupe des quatre saisons, en cristal de roche, attribuée à l'atelier des Saracchi, Italie (Milan), fin du XVIe siècle - Collection du Grand Dauphin, fils de Louis XIV – Madrid, Musée National du Prado A la mort de Louis de France (1711), fils de Louis XIV, une partie de sa collection d'objets précieux est revenue à son fils Philippe V, roi d'Espagne. Cette collection est conservée au Musée National du Prado, sous le nom du Trésor du Dauphin (Tesoro del Delfín)

Coupe des quatre saisons, en cristal de roche, attribuée à l'atelier des Saracchi, Italie (Milan), fin du XVIe siècle - Collection du Grand Dauphin, fils de Louis XIV – Madrid, Musée National du Prado A la mort de Louis de France (1711), fils de Louis XIV, une partie de sa collection d'objets précieux est revenue à son fils Philippe V, roi d'Espagne. Cette collection est conservée au Musée National du Prado, sous le nom du Trésor du Dauphin (Tesoro del Delfín)

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