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Goblet Goblet

Cut glass goblet with bowl engraved with a crown and a thistle wreath, reputedly used at a George IV banquet, Edinburgh, 1822, possibly made at the Leith Glass Works

Goblet / wine glass / stirrup cup Goblet / wine glass / stirrup cup

Glass of facon de Venise said to have been James VI's stirrup-cup as he set out from Dunfermline for London and the English crown in 1603, subsequently owned by the Halketts of Pitfirrane

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of horn with fillet at lip and foot: Eastern Africa, Ethiopia, said to have belonged to King Theodore, obtained at the Storming of Magdala, 1868

Goblet Goblet

Glass goblet engraved with a view of the Royal Museum of Scotland, made in the presence of Professor George Wilson: Scottish, Edinburgh, Holyrood Glassworks, by W. Keedy, 1858

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of greyish-greenish glass diamond-engraved with horizontal rows of guilloche and swags: English or Netherlandish, c. 1590

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of flint glass engraved with thistle ornament: English, London, by Pellatt and Co., 19th century

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of flint glass engraved with thistle ornament: English, London, by Pellatt and Co., 19th century

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of clear colourless glass acid-etched with a pantograph, decorated with a row of looped bands: Belgian, Val-Saint-Lambert, c. 1920

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of clear colourless glass with cut decoration of a zigzag line and flowering plants: Belgian, Val-Saint-Lambert, c. 1930

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of clear colourless glass acid-etched with a pantograph, the stem cut, decorated with swags hanging from a border of arched panels: Belgian, Val-Saint-Lambert, late 19th century

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of clear colourless glass acid-etched with a pantograph, decorated with repeating foliage on scrolled stems: Belgian, Val-Saint-Lambert, late 19th century

Goblet Goblet

Goblet of clear colourless wheel- and diamond-engraved glass decorated with horsemen and war trophies, probably made to commemorate the Quadruple Alliance of 1718: Bohemian, Riesengebirge, c. 1720

Goblet Goblet

Glass goblet engraved with a bedroom interior and inscribed 'Het Welvaaren van de Kraamvrouw en Kintie': Dutch, c. 1775

Goblet Goblet

Glass goblet wheel-engraved with a portrait of Frederick I, King in Prussia (1657-1713) surmounted by an eagle, and above the monogram FR, surrounded by trophies, figures of peace and war, the back engraved with a crowned wreath and flanked by the inscription 'Aspice et inspice' (Look and prerceive) and putti above a single-headed eagle: German, engraving attributed to Johann Wolfgang Schmidt of Nuremberg, c. 1701

Goblet Goblet

Glass goblet wheel-engraved with the coat-of-arms of Frederick I, King in Prussia, and with enriched shell and strap work: German, early 18th century

Goblet cover Goblet cover

Cover for an engraved glass goblet: German, early 18th century

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