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No doubt thanks to their elaborate diamond-point engraved decoration, no less than 12 goblets attributed to Verzelini's workshop in London, c1577-90, have survived.

No doubt thanks to their elaborate diamond-point engraved decoration, no less than 12 goblets attributed to Verzelini's workshop in London, have survived.

goblet, Anonymous, 1600 - 1650 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

goblet, Anonymous, 1600 - 1650 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Beaker, enameled glass, Italy (Venice), 1500-1600. Enameled glass went out of fashion in Italy, from about 1520 onwards, but it remained popular in Central Europe. Venetian glassmakers continued supplying German patrons with finely enameled wares, often decorated with the arms of the patron. The arms are those of Charles V (1500-1558) as Holy Roman Emperor (1519-1558).

Beaker made in Venice by Robinson, John Charles (Sir), Circa of Colourless Glass, Enameled and Gilt

lameris glass antiques - Gelegenheidsglas met een diamantstippelgravure van een personificatie van Constantia, gegraveerd door David Wolff.

lameris glass antiques - Gelegenheidsglas met een diamantstippelgravure van een personificatie van Constantia, gegraveerd door David Wolff.

Facon de Venise glass goblet, clear cristallo on a wrythen stem with pincered blue trails.

Goblet of turquoise opaque glass decorated with enamel and gilding; cup flares outwards at the rim. The body painted with scale work in dark red with white dots; on each side, within an elaborate ogival frame, is a medallion enclosing a pair of lovers, a man and a woman as if seen by day and by night. Italy (Venice), late 15th century.

Turquoise glass goblet, Venice, late The goblet is enamelled and gilded with pairs of lovers, suggesting that it may have been a betrothal gift. The Waddesdon Bequest. ©The Trustees of the British Museum

Drinking glass, 1730 - 1750

Drinking glass, 1730 - 1750

Medieval Glass: Forest Glass Goblet | Corning Museum of Glass  The color  style are both exquisite.

cmog: “ Forest Glass Goblet, probably Germany, about Gift of the Ruth Bryan Strauss Memorial Foundation. (via Forest Glass Goblet

(c. 175-200 CE) Roman Glass Snake-thread Goblet

Roman glass snake thread goblet, century A. Allegedly from Alexandria, blown colourless glass decorated with applied opaque white tooled trails referred to as snake thread, modern base cm high.

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