Tumbler or Beaker

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Object Name: 
Tumbler or Beaker
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
51.3.220
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 10.5 cm; Rim Diam (max): 8.8 cm; Base Diam (max): 6.5 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1813-1814
Primary Description: 
Tumbler or Beaker. Colorless glass; free-blown, stained and decorated in transparent enamels. Cylindrical form with smooth base and flaring slightly at rim; narrow yellow band (silver stain) on inside and outside of rim; at top below rim, circlet of leaves and acorns in greens and brown; on obverse, within wreath of green laurel leaves with brownish berries, circular medallion depicting map of the battle of Leipzig in black and red lines on lightly "frosted" ground; inscription in arched narrow band at top "EINRACHT WIRKT MACHT"; inscription in three lines below map: "PLAN der SCHLACHTEN bei LEIPZIG," "a.m.18 u: 19 Oct: 1813." "Erklarung"; "Russ.Armee" below green lines, "Oestr. Ar." below red line, "Pruss. Ar." below blue line, "Schmed. Ar." below yellow line, "Fran.Ar.d18" below brownish line, and "Fr. Ar." d 19 Oct" below black line; signed "S.Mohn fec" along outside of medallion at lower right.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Rosenberg and Stiebel, Source
1951-03-23
Neuberg, Frederick, Former Collection
Material: 
Inscription: 
EINRACHT WIRKT MACHT
inscription
arched narrow band at top
PLAN der SCHLACHTEN bei LEIPZIG / a.m.18 u: 19 Oct: 1813. / Erklarung
inscription
below map
Russ.Armee
inscription
below green lines
Oestr. Ar.
inscription
below red line
Pruss. Ar.
inscription
below blue line
Schmed. Ar.
inscription
below yellow line
Fran.Ar.d18
inscription
below brownish line
Fr. Ar. d 19 Oct
inscription
below black line
S.Mohn fec
signature
along outside of medallion at lower right
Mohn & Kothgasser (2009) illustrated, p. 205; BIB# 101944