Dutch Stipple Glass Air Twist Goblet, 18th century, the bowl decorated with Bacchanalian putto, one holding a wineglass, two playing musical instruments, and two others dancing, plain stem with two white twists around a central gauze core set on a domed foot, ht. 7 in.
Note: Described in the book Uniquely Dutch Eighteenth Century Stippled Engravings on Glass, by F.G.A.M. Smit, as item Bc 8, and sold by Christie's London, 1983.
In very good condition throughout.
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