Germanic Stemmed Goblets & Wine Glasses Photos

Heavier goblet-shaped glasses on stems without covers were also produced & evolved into delicate wine glasses in the 20thC.

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Bohemian glass covered hunting goblets at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.German engraved glass goblets from Nuremburg at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Reticello glass goblet in Venetian style from Low Countries at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.German & Bohemian glass engraved with armorial crests at Trier Archaeological Museum. Trier, Germany.
Bohemian glass covered hunting goblets (1597 & 1598) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.German engraved glass goblets from Nuremburg (1680-1700) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Reticello glass goblet in Venetian style (end 17th C) from Low Countries at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.German & Bohemian glass engraved with armorial crests (c1720 & 1760) at Trier Archaeological Museum. Trier, Germany.
German goblets from Dresden by Johann Friedrich Meyer at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Cut glass pokal marking Franconian unity by Georg Ernst Kunckel from Eisenach at Imperial Castle. Nuremberg, Germany.Russian cut glass goblet with portrait of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Goblets for display incised with coats-of-arms, town scenes or monuments at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.
German goblets from Dresden (1720-30) by Johann Friedrich Meyer at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Cut glass pokal marking Franconian unity (c1735) by Georg Ernst Kunckel from Eisenach at Imperial Castle. Nuremberg, Germany.Russian cut glass goblet with portrait of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna (1741-62) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Goblets (18thC) for display incised with coats-of-arms, town scenes or monuments at Hamburg History Museum. Hamburg, Germany.
Gilded blue glass goblet engraved with profile of Frederick the Great from Potsdam at Germanisches Nationalmuseum. Nuremberg, Germany.Engraved Bohemian glass Kulm Goblet by Friedrich Egermann of Haida at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Two-colored stemmed goblet where outer red color is cut away & etched to show military rider from Bohemia at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Bohemian glass goblet by Karl Pfohl at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Gilded blue glass goblet engraved with profile of Frederick the Great (c1750) from Potsdam at Germanisches Nationalmuseum. Nuremberg, Germany.Engraved Bohemian glass Kulm Goblet (c1835) by Friedrich Egermann of Haida at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Two-colored stemmed goblet where outer red color is cut away & etched to show military rider (c1850) from Bohemia at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Bohemian glass goblet (c1850) by Karl Pfohl at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Bohemian Biedermeier-era glass goblet with galloping horses by Karl Pfohl of Steinschönau at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian goblets engraved with U.S. Capitol in Washington & battle of Monitor & Merrimac at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian goblets engraved with battle of Monitor & Merrimac at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.German Römer wine glass with deep-etched gilded stag motif at German Hunting & Fishing Museum. Munich, Germany.
Bohemian Biedermeier-era glass goblet with galloping horses (1850) by Karl Pfohl of Steinschönau at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian goblets engraved with U.S. Capitol in Washington (1856) & battle of Monitor & Merrimac (1863) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian goblets engraved with battle of Monitor & Merrimac (1863) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.German Römer wine glass with deep-etched gilded stag motif (19thC) at German Hunting & Fishing Museum. Munich, Germany.
Moorish-style glasses from Vienna & Paris at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Austrian wineglass & goblets at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian & Austrian glass beakers & goblet at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Collection of glass goblets & steins where outer colored layer is cut away to form silhouette decorative souvenir pictures of northern Germany at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.
Moorish-style glasses (1870s-1929) from Vienna & Paris at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Austrian wineglass (1874) & goblets (1888) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian & Austrian glass beakers & goblet (1875-1900) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Collection of glass goblets & steins (19thC) where outer colored layer is cut away to form silhouette decorative souvenir pictures of northern Germany at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.
Stemmed two-colored goblet where blue glass is cut away & etched to form picture of Helgoland at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.Stemmed two-colored goblet where red glass is cut away & etched to show picture of hunting scene at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.Bohemian goblets engraved with U.S. Capitol in Washington & Second U.S. Bank in Philadelphia at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Germanic engraved glass goblet inscribed Domshof at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
Stemmed two-colored goblet (19thC) where blue glass is cut away & etched to form picture of Helgoland at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.Stemmed two-colored goblet (19thC) where red glass is cut away & etched to show picture of hunting scene at Schleswig Holstein State Museum. Schleswig, Germany.Bohemian goblets (mid 19th C) engraved with U.S. Capitol in Washington & Second U.S. Bank in Philadelphia at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Germanic engraved glass goblet inscribed Domshof at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.
Engraved clear glass goblet lacquer painted with hunter & deer from Bohemia at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Gold rimmed wine glasses engraved with navel motif at International Maritime Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Enameled glass goblet by Steinschönau of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Glass chalices by Peter Behrens for Rheinische Glashütten of Cologne at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.
Engraved clear glass goblet lacquer painted with hunter & deer (mid 19thC) from Bohemia at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Gold rimmed wine glasses engraved with navel motif at International Maritime Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Enameled glass goblet (1900-10) by Steinschönau of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Glass chalices (1900-1) by Peter Behrens for Rheinische Glashütten of Cologne at Pinakothek der Moderne. Munich, Germany.
Wiener Werkstätte glass goblet by Otto Prutscher made by Meyr's Neffe Glaswurk at Chrysler Museum of Art. Norfolk, VA.Cut glass goblet with stem of links by Otto Prutscher for Meyr's Neffe of Austria at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Viennese glass Patrician pitcher & goblets by Josef Hoffmann of Wiener Werkstätte at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Cut glass goblet by Steinschönau or Haida of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.
Wiener Werkstätte glass goblet (c1906-10) by Otto Prutscher made by Meyr's Neffe Glaswurk at Chrysler Museum of Art. Norfolk, VA.Cut glass goblet with stem of links (c1910) by Otto Prutscher for Meyr's Neffe of Austria at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Viennese glass Patrician pitcher & goblets (1917) by Josef Hoffmann of Wiener Werkstätte at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Cut glass goblet (1920-5) by Steinschönau or Haida of Czech Republic at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.
Green cased glass goblet by Oranienhütte Franz Losky at Deutsches Museum. Munich, Germany.Stemmed drinking glasses by Rosenthal AG of Amberg at Deutsches Museum. Munich, Germany.

Green cased glass goblet (1925) by Oranienhütte Franz Losky at Deutsches Museum. Munich, Germany.Stemmed drinking glasses (1990) by Rosenthal AG of Amberg at Deutsches Museum. Munich, Germany.


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