List Price £1,500
- Popular Searches
After Kothgasser, Anton (Austrian, 1769-1851)
This fine antique glass cup has been decorated in the simple, elegant Biedermeier style popular in Central Europe in the early 19th Century.
The cup is of cylindrical shape and is set on a round cut glass base. The body of the glass is colourless and features enamelled decorations on its front, including a central depiction of three playing cards, consisting of a Jack, a King, and a Queen, from left to right. Around the body of the glass there is a gilt inscription reading 'Leur union est notre force' (translating as 'their union is our strength'). There are gilt bands around the rim and base of the glass, and a finely detailed band with foliate decorations around the top of the cup.
The glass cup has been decorated after Anton Kothgasser (Austrian, 1769-1851) and a similar example is currently held as part of the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
This item qualifies for free international shipping, inclusive of professional packing and insurance.
Terms and conditions apply.