Videos featured in the exhibition Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes and Peasants (Note: these videos do not have sound)
- VideoA stangenglas (the German word means “pole glass”) is a tall, narrow cylindrical drinking vessel.
- VideoThis goblet has a tulip-shaped bowl decorated by inflating the bubble of molten glass in a dip mold.
- VideoPrunts are blobs of glass applied to the surface of a vessel.
- VideoSee how this unusually shaped beaker was formed, in this three-step process.
- VideoThe German word "Kuttrolf" is commonly used to refer to a flask with the neck divided into two or more tubes.
- VideoSee how the openwork feet on this vessel are formed.
- VideoBottles like this are depicted in Italian paintings of the 14th and 15th centuries, often appearing filled with wine.