Copy of the Slade Marriage Goblet

Object Name: 
Copy of the Slade Marriage Goblet

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Object Name: 
Copy of the Slade Marriage Goblet
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
79.3.339
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 25 cm; Rim Diam: 11.7 cm; Foot Diam: 12.3 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
about 1878
Credit Line: 
Gift of The Ruth Bryan Strauss Memorial Foundation
Primary Description: 
Copy of the Slade Marriage Goblet. Transparent dark green glass; blown, tooled, applied, enameled and gilded. This is a copy of the famous 15th-century Venetian marriage goblet in the Slade Collection at the British Museum. It was displayed at the 1878 world's fair in Paris.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Strauss Memorial Foundation, Ruth Bryan, Source
The Yearning for Venetian Glass: Beauty that Traversed Oceans and Time
Venue(s)
Suntory Museum of Art 2011-08-10 through 2011-10-10
50th Anniversary Commemorative Exhibition “Art revisited, beauty revealed” III
Venue(s)
J. Paul Getty Museum 2007-10-18 through 2008-01-14
Corning Museum of Glass 2008-02-15 through 2008-05-27
 
The Techniques of Renaissance Venetian Glassworking (2016) illustrated, Fig. 74; BIB# 149619
The Yearning for Venetian Glass: Beauty that Traversed Oceans and Time (2011) illustrated, p. 134;
Some 19th Century Glasses from the Strauss Collection (1981-03) illustrated, p. 36, Fig. 2; BIB# AI8566