8 Piece Liquor Set

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Object Name: 
8 Piece Liquor Set
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
99.3.128
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1870-1880
Primary Description: 
2 Square Carafes and 6 Stemmed Liquor Glasses. (A) Carafe and Stopper. Colorless glass; blown, applied, gilded and enameled. a) Square body rounding up to cylindrical neck and rim with pinched spout, applied handle, wide gold band from rim about 2.3 cm wide with thin band beneath it; decoration of enameled gold flowers with touches of brick red on body and neck b) Stopper square finial tapering down and then flaring out to short tapering cylindrical shank, decorated with gilt band on top edge of shank and square at top of finial. (B) Carafe and Stopper. Colorless glass; blown applied gilded and enameled. a) Square body rounding up to the cylindrical neck and rim with pinched spout, applied handle, wide gold band from rim. (C-H) 6 Liquor Glasses. Colorless glass; blown, applied, gilded, enameled square gilded rim rounding to base of bowl atop slightly waisted solid stem and doomed foot with gilded band at edge, decoration of gilded and enameled flowers and leaves on two sides.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Velmerig Antiquitate, Former Collection