Glass "Claw" Beaker


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 301

Most Frankish glass vessels display simple shapes and minimal color, with decoration generally limited to trails applied to the glass. Among a number of innovative forms, the most elaborate was the claw beaker, decorated with protruding clawlike forms.

Glass "Claw" Beaker, Glass, Frankish

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