Reversible goblet for champagne and cognac

Title: 
Reversible goblet for champagne and cognac

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Object Name: 
Reversible Goblet
Title: 
Reversible goblet for champagne and cognac
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
92.4.127
Dimensions: 
H: 19.9 cm, D(max): 10.9 cm, (signature end): 9.1 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1981
Credit Line: 
Bequest of David Brokars
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass, multi-color (opaque white, translucent yellow, blue, red, orange) and gold ribbon; blown with pick-up decoration, applied decoration. Loosely blown double-ended goblet of colorless with overall decoration of vertical colored filigree canes (including two gold strands on opposite sides); large bowl (champagne) is waisted flute-shape with turned-in fire-polished rim, lower half decorated with pair of assymetrical applied colorless trailed multiple-loop handles, bowl tapers to narrow point and joins with colorless flattened spherical optic-molded knop, joined to smaller bell-shape bowl/domed foot (cognac) with fire-polished rim; small bowl has rough pontil; inscribed near base of small bowl: "Fritz Dreisbach/c (copyright symbol) Penland 81".
Department: 
Series: 
Reversible goblets
Provenance: 
Brokars Estate, David, Source