JacA RUSSIAN ENGRAVED GLASS GOBLET, IMPERIAL GLASS WORKS, 18th century. The spreading base engraved with floral scrolls, the faceted stem supporting a slightly tapering cup with engraved with two roundels, surmounted by the Imperial crown, one containing the cipher of Elisabeth Petrovna, the other with the Imperial Double Headed Eagle, with strap work surround and floral scrolls. 7/1" Jackson's International Auctioneers and Appraisers
Goblet, The Netherlands, 17 Century, round, slightly curved inwards as with inverted rim, baluster shaft with hollow glass structure, funnel-shaped bowl, clear glass, cup with circular cut decoration, vines and foliage, H. 17.5 cm
Two Air-twist Stem Sweetmeat Glasses, England, c. 1750, each with double ogee bowl and double-ringed collar, and domed foot, one with single-series double corkscrew stem and folded foot, ht. 5 1/2, the other with molded bowl and foot, and double-series stem with vertical and spiral cables, ht. 6 1/8 in.
Height 5 3/4 in. (14,5 cm) A RARE Imperial Russian antique wine glass of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich. Originally, the service was made for Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich the Older in the mid 19th century. After his death in 1891, the service was inherited by his son Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich the Younger (1856-1929). The glass is decorated with Grand Duke's monogram - interlaced HH beneath Imperial crown. The other three medallions are skilfully engraved with grapevines.
Beaker; glass; denticulated base-ring and kick; lozenge-shaped, partially gilt, raised ribbing on lower half of beaker; pattern contains stylised floral patterns enamelled in greens, red, blue and white; floral and foliate band at top. 1450-1500