A fine etched wine goblet (Pokal) attributed to Christian…
A fine etched wine goblet (Pokal) attributed to Christian Gottfried Schneider Silesia,Warmbrunn, circa 1740, engraved with four allegorical panels and inscribed 'Hoffnung' (Hope) 'Gedult' (patience) 'Zeit' (and time) 'Macht Mozlich Die Unmoglichkeit' (Makes the impossible possible). Height 20 cm. Provenance: The Don Barnfather collection, No. 52. Sold Parkside Antiques Melbourne. (collectors label to base)
Emmanuel Jules Joé-Descomps | Beaker | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Joé-Descomps, a contemporary of the jeweler Rene Lalique, was a versatile designer whose work encompassed jewelry, vases of patinated or gilded bronze, and- his specialty- cups of mixed media in which the metal form was studded with cabochons of hardstones or glass
Beaker | German | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This exceptionally tall, straight-sided glass, sometimes called a Stangenglas (pole glass), is as richly ornamented on the inside as on the outside. It is a rare example of a glass featuring sharp-pointed spikes that project into the glass
Tsarskoe Selo Palace Champagne Coupe - Antique Jewelry | Vintage Rings | Faberge Eggs
Exceptionally rare glass Champagne Coupe from the Tsarskoe Selo palace, by the Maltsev Factory, period of Nicholas II. Height 8 1/2 in. (21 cm). Diameter
Antique Bohemian Enameled Goblet with Parrots (item #1070034, detailed views)
This crystal goblet was produced in Bohemia by an unknown company. We believe it was made sometime in the early 20th century. The goblet is 9 3/4 inches high and the diameter is 3 1/2 inches. The decoration is beautifully hand enameled, depicting brightly colored parrots on both sides of the glass. There are also flowers and gilded leaves. CONDITION: There is a bit of wear to the gilded stems of the flowers.
Permanent Collection | Ancient Art, Modern Masters | Chrysler Museum of Art
From ancient art to the modern masters, our collection rivals that of any American museum. Contemporary collection includes Pollock, Rothko, Lichtenstein, and Warhol.