Pair of Goblets with Covers

Object Name: 
Pair of Goblets with Covers

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Object Name: 
Pair of Goblets with Covers
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Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Feld
Primary Description: 
Transparent dark green non-lead glass; blown, mold-blown, cut, engraved. (Aa) Large, bell-shaped bowl; polished, flat rim; the sides deeply engraved with a continuous woodland scene, with two stags and a doe leaping (to the right) over rocks, with trees and heavy undergrowth in the background; cut panels at the base of the bowl; heavy stem, with rounded section above a flared true baluster knop, panel-cut and faceted, a faceted flattened ball knop, and a panel-cut and faceted exaggerated true baluster at the base of the stem; thick foot, with panel-cut disk above the panel- and petal-cut rim; polished, flat bottom. (Ab) Complex, domed shape, with elaborate finial; the top of the finial flared, and panel-cut, with pointed tip; waisted, panel-cut section below; the cover mold-blown, and hollow throughout, with a flattened, panel-cut section at top, above a waisted section ending in a ledge, above a bulbous section with deeply engraved continuous woodland scene, with two stags and a doe running to the right, rocks, trees, and bushes; waisted, panel-cut section below, terminating in a bulbous, panel-cut rim; tapered brim, with polished, flat edge. (Ba) Matching shape to (Aa), and similar engraving, but with the two stags and doe running to the left. (Bb) Matching shape to (Ab), and similar engraving, but with one stag and two does running to the left.
Feld, Maude B. (Mrs. Samuel B.) (1901-1995), Former Collection
Feld, Samuel B., Former Collection