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Beaker with open-work foot

Date:
ca. 1500–1525
Geography:
Made in Lower or Middle Rhine, Germany
Culture:
German
Medium:
Free-blown glass with applied decoration
Dimensions:
3 3/4 × 3 11/16 in. (9.6 × 9.4 cm) Diam. of foot: 2 7/8 in. (7.3 cm)
Classification:
Glass-Vessels
Credit Line:
The Cloisters Collection, 2013
Accession Number:
2013.649
On view at The Met Cloisters in Gallery 10
The body of this vessel is essentially the same as the short beaker shown nearby (2011.21), but with the addition of a stem and openwork foot. Only two other examples of this elaborated form are known. The distinctive bluish green color is similar to that of other glassware excavated along the Rhine River in the vicinity of Mainz.
Said to have been found in Cologne in the 1950s; Private collection, Cologne(from the 1950s) ; Private Collection, Germany(from the 1970s) ; Kai Schmidt, Cologne (until 2010) ; [ Rainer Zietz Limited, London (2010–13)]
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