Green Enameled Glass Flask
Green enameled glass bottle with screw top and cap. Enameled bottles of this type were produced in Bohemia, Germany and later in the US. The half post method was used for production.
H: 5 inches
D: Mid to late 18th Century
Ref: Merseyside # D27
Colorless blown glass enameled mug with applied flat strap handle. The tankard was probably made in Bohemia.
C: Mid-late 18th Century
Enameled Roemer (Ray’s Roemer)
This Victorian enameled roemer was made in Europe and possibly decorated by the Bohemian glass-worker and designer Kolo L. Moser. It was given to us by a dear friend.
H: 4 ½ inches
This engraved wine glass from now the Czech Republic shows a hound hunting a unicorn. The glass has a conical bowl on a stem made with a merese and knop on a folded foot.
H: 15.5 cm
Engraved Glass: Masterpieces from Holland # 8, Hans Cohn Collection # 239, Bickerton # 13
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