Wine Goblets I Want, Love, Have
A few unique glasses from which to drink God's nectar
1600 Dutch "Ice Glass" Goblet - Found via OMG that Artifact!
1689 English Goblet at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: "Engraved glass was highly valued in the Renaissance and was often embellished with mounts of precious metal. The Late Baroque ornamentation reflects French fashion of the late 1600s."
The "Henry chalice" (rock crystal, silver-gilt, precious stones; height 13 cm); crystal: Fatimid, around 1000; mount: probably German, twelfth century
❤ -Chalice Date: 1462 Culture: Central European Medium: Silver, gilded silver, cloisonné enamel, and pearls
❤ - Armorial Goblet Germany, 1592
The sexiest, sleekest wine glasses alive, perfect for drinking wine in wine country California!
Chalice by Valeri Timofeev. Silver and gold, garnets, pearls, turquoise, hematite, tiger's eye, filigree wire, and plique-a-jour enamel. (via The Smithsonian Museum)
Tiffany Gold Favrile Goblet Iridescent glass New York, early 20th century Oval bowl with knob at base on shaped hollow stem raised on circular foot, inscribed L.C.T. K1618 on base, ht. 7 in.