London, South Kensington
5 December 2007
A BOHEMIAN GLASS PINK-OVERLAY GOBLET, A RUBY-TINTED GOBLET AND COVER AND A GOBLET
MID 19TH CENTURY
The overlay example with recessed ovals and stiff-leaf bombé lower-part, enamelled and gilt with acanthus - 4½ in. (11.3 cm.) high; the goblet and cover with fluted body and spire finial, cold-painted and gilt with floral roundels - 10 in. (25.3 cm.) high; a ruby-tinted goblet with clear petal-cut foot, silvered with a hunting scene in rectangular panel - 5¾ in. (14.5 cm.) high (4)
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