Giant Glücksburger Hütte Wine Goblet c1735
Heading : Giant Glücksburger Hütte goblet
Date : c1730-1740
Origin : Saxony, Germany
Colour : Clear
Bowl : A round funnel engraved with the coat of arms of the city of Hamburg
Stem : A hollow stem comprised of a cushion knop inverted baluster knop and an annular knop. The stem is entirely facet cut
Foot : A marked museum replacement domed and facet cut foot
Glass Type : Soda
Size : 33.8cm tall with a 15.4cm bowl and a 17.8cm foot.
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks.
Restoration : None
Weight : 1196 grams
References: Glasslexocon- Ein Worter undHandbuch Thomas Berg.
This glass was in he collection of the late Thomas Berg and it has also been displayed at the state musum Cologne. The glass has a faint musum acquisition number on the replacement foot, it may have been damaged before their stewardship. Exhibited Matserpiece London 2017 by W Warner.
Es gehe den Magestrat der stadt Hamburg wohl auch dießen so hier auß auß trincken solln.
The magistrate of the city of Hamburg would probably drink from this too.
This leviathan of a goblet is clearly a portrays some civic pride. The good burghers of Hamburg probably commissioned this to demonstrate their affluence. The city coat of arms, the inscription and the the sheer size . When filled with three bottles of wine one would certainly be demonstrating ones wealth and some strength too !
- Product Code: 2016041101
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