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1450 - 1500- Standing-cup; blue glass; flat bottom with serrated and pearled…

standing cup Date (circa) Production place: Venice(Europe,Italy,Veneto,Venice (province),Venice) Materials gold glass enamel Technique painted gilded enamelled Dimensions Height: centimetres Diameter: 11 centimetres

Unknown  Italian, Murano, 1475 - 1500  Free- and mold-blown colorless and cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration

Unknown Italian, Murano, 1475 - 1500 Free- and mold-blown colorless and cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration✿≻⊰❤⊱≺✿

Italian, Murano, about 1500   Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration

Title: Footed Bowl (Coppa) Artist/Maker(s): Unknown Culture: Italian Place(s): Venice, Veneto, Italy (Place created) Date: about 1500 Medium: Free- and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration Dimensions: x cm x 9 in.

Goblet | Venice (Murano), Italy | Date: ca. 1475-1500 | Material: glass, enameled and gilded | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Goblet Date: ca. Culture: Italian, Venice, Murano Medium: Glass, enameled and gilded Dimensions: Overall (confirmed): H. Diameter of cup: 3 in.

Goblet of turquoise opaque glass decorated with enamel and gilding; cup flares outwards at the rim. The body painted with scale work in dark red with white dots; on each side, within an elaborate ogival frame, is a medallion enclosing a pair of lovers, a man and a woman as if seen by day and by night. Italy (Venice), late 15th century.

Turquoise glass goblet, Venice, late The goblet is enamelled and gilded with pairs of lovers, suggesting that it may have been a betrothal gift. The Waddesdon Bequest. ©The Trustees of the British Museum

Goblet  Unknown   Italian, Murano, about 1500   Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration

Title: Goblet Artist/Maker(s): Unknown Culture: Italian Place(s): Venice, Veneto, Italy (Place created) Date: about 1500 Medium: Free- and mold-blown coblat-blue glass with gold leaf, enamel, and applied decoration Dimensions: x cm x 3 in.

Date:ca. 1530 Culture:Italian, Venice (Murano) Medium:Glass, enameled and gilt Dimensions:Height: 11 5/8 in. (29.5 cm)

1530 Culture:Italian, Venice (Murano) Medium:Glass, enameled and gilt Dimensions:Height: 11 in.

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