Goblet Vase

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Object Name: 
Goblet Vase
Accession Number: 
53.3.39
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 20.1 cm, Diam (max): 13.5 cm; Rim Diam: 7 cm; Foot Diam: 8 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1570-1630
Primary Description: 
Goblet vase. Colorless, with opaque white filigrana ribbons. Blown, mold-blown; tooled. Almost spherical bowl with slightly flaring, fire-polished rim, supported by five knobbed stem that ends at top and bottom in colorless glue-bit; conical, flaring foot with rim strengthened by applied ribbon of colorless glass. Bowl is decorated with opaque white vetro a fili canes and mold-blown with frieze depicting two pairs of lions between bands, flanking undecorated cartouche. Stem and foot are made of opaque white vetro a retorti canes with vertical filigrana ribbons; at stem, vertical ribbons alternate with groups of three threads, slightly swirling at knobs; at foot, swirling ribbons alternate with bands of crossed threads. Top and bottom parts of bowl are gadrooned.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Arthur Churchill (Glass) Ltd., Source
1953
Category: 
The Triumph of humanism: a visual survey of the decorative arts of the Renassaince
Venue(s)
California Palace of Legion of Honor 1977-10-22 through 1978-01-08
Islam and the Medieval West
Venue(s)
University Art Museum, Binghamton 1975 through 1975
 
Il Vetro Veneziano (1982) illustrated, p. 98, fig. 87; BIB# 30775
The Triumph of Humanism (1977) p. 90, #199; BIB# 21145
Islam and the Medieval West (1975) illustrated, no. G32; BIB# 18974
Glass Through The Ages (Rev. Ed.) (1969) illustrated, pl. 24d;
Glass Through the Ages (Revised) (1959) illustrated, pl. 24d; BIB# 65361
Three Great Centuries of Venetian Glass (1958) illustrated, #69; BIB# 63296
Glass Through the Ages (1st Ed.) (1948) illustrated, p. 75 and pl. 16d; BIB# 18668