This type of Wald glass is called a Roemer. Roemers (Dutch) or Römer (German) are wine and beer glasses that evolved in the Rhineland and the Netherlands from the 17th Century. The glass below has a shallow bowl with raspberry prunts on the stem. A shallow bowl is a less common shape for Roemers. For additional information on Roemers in the collection click on this link
H: 9 cm
2nd Half of 17th Century
GREEN “HOCK” GLASSES
A pair of green English plain-stemmed wine glasses the cup-shaped bowls have hammered verticle flutes. These green glasses were used for hock wine (white Rhine wine).
H: 6 in.
Encyclopedia of glass P. 101
Bohemian Engraved Goblet
This is a colorless glass engraved goblet. The bowl has molded and spiked gadroons, solid stem with knops. Engraving is a vine decoration. The goblet probably had a lid with a knop which match those on the stem.
H: 8.5 inches
Mersyside County Museum # D29, Christie’s May 15, 2007 sale lot#142 & 143