The goblet is listed and illustrated in a company sales catalog dated to about 1900 as "Pokal, Nr. 113, Seriennr. 5109, Orig. 812". The goblet is a copy of a mid-15th century standing cup from Venice, now in The British Museum (S363). Parallels to this goblet are in the Glasmuseum Kamenický Senov, The Czech Republic, and in the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore (no. 47.342). A different copy, purchased by the Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg in 1990 (acc. No. a.S. 5108/90), is attributed to Alsace-Lorraine, Meisenthal, Burgun Schwerer, Désiré Christian Fils, and dated 1895. It is omitted from the Venetian glass catalog of the Veste Coburg, published in 1994. This goblet has a ribbed foot, which is decorated with small enameled flowers.