2 Armorial Goblets

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Object Name: 
2 Armorial Goblets
Accession Number: 
Overall A) H: 22.7 cm; B) H: 21.75 cm
Not on Display
about 1765
Web Description: 
These goblets are enameled on one side with the coat of arms of Henry, 10th Earl of of Pembroke and Montgomery, as well as the French motto “ung je serveray” (one I will serve). The other side shows the earl’s crest below the signature “Beilby Invt & pinxt.”
Steuben Glass, Inc., Source
Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Former Collection
Primary Description: 
2 Armorial Goblets. Colorless lead glass; blown, applied, enameled, gilded. Large bucket bowls supported by applied, tall straight stems with opaque white spirals; applied wide feet with rough pontil marks, thick and nearly flat.
Enamelling and Gilding on Glass (2013)illustrated, p. 74 (3rd from left); BIB# 142116
Glass: A Short History (Smithsonian Books edition) (2012)illustrated, pp. 84-85; BIB# 130360
Glass: A Short History (The British Museum edition) (2012)illustrated, pp. 84-85; BIB# 135965
A Short History of Glass (1990 edition) (1990)illustrated, p. 66, #57; BIB# 33211
The History of Glass (1989 edition) (1989)illustrated, p. 135; BIB# 150278
The History of Glass (1984 edition) (1984)illustrated, p. 135; BIB# 22683
Story of Glass Coloring Book (1981)illustrated, p. 30; BIB# 67749
The Decorated Glasses of William and Mary Beilby, 1761-1778 (1980)illustrated, p. 14-15 (#70); BIB# 22578
Glass (1966)illustrated, frontispiece; BIB# 119578
The Corning Glass Center (1959)illustrated, p. 19 (right); BIB# 99843
The Corning Glass Center (1958)illustrated, p. 19 (right);
The Corning Glass Center (1958)illustrated, p. 19 (right); BIB# 26395
The Story of Glass (1953)illustrated, plate 8-9 (fig. h); BIB# 25461