Drinking Goblet and Bell, "Duk d'Alf Bell". Colorless glass; blown, mold-blown, applied, hot-worked, gilded. This glass is both a drinking glass and a bell. It is shaped like a bell and has one glass thread applied around the rim and two wound around the body, all three gilded. Three gilded masks of a male face with a circle on the forehead are applied above the upper glass thread. The masks alternate with three small raspberry prunts with a turquoise bead in the center. The stem and handle has a long cylindrical section with four applied loops, surmounted by a solid capstan knop atop a flattened ball knop with traces of gilding. Inside the goblet/bell is a glass ring that, originally, held a glass clapper.