Winged Glass Goblets Photos

Winged goblets (Flügelglas in German) are stemmed glass goblets have wing-like projections on the stem created from bent glass rods in shape of snakes, sea horses, dragons & other creatures. Such individual creations were mostly made in Germany, Netherlands & Venice 1600s-1700s.

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Large engraved snake glasses from Germany or Netherlands at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Low countries serpent-stem goblet at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Low countries goblets at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Netherland serpent goblets at Toledo Glass Pavilion. Toledo, OH.
Large engraved snake glasses (17thC) from Germany or Netherlands at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Low countries serpent-stem goblet (late 17th C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Low countries goblets (late 17th C - early 18th C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Netherland serpent goblets (c1625-1700) at Toledo Glass Pavilion. Toledo, OH.
Venetian dragon-stem goblet at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass goblets in Venetian style from Netherlands? at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Venetian glass covered goblet supported on ring of glass flowers , Pokal with medallions depicting the Four Seasons , & 2 small covered goblets at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Collection of Venetian goblets at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Venetian dragon-stem goblet (17th C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass goblets in Venetian style (c1600) from Netherlands? at Coburg Castle. Coburg, Germany.Venetian glass (l-r) covered goblet supported on ring of glass flowers (1864), Pokal with medallions depicting the Four Seasons (c1881), & 2 small covered goblets (c1875 & 8) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Collection of Venetian goblets (late 19th C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.

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