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The Robert Lehman Collection. Vol. 11, Glass

The Robert Lehman Collection. Vol. 11, Glass

Lanmon, Dwight P., with David B. Whitehouse
1993
342 pages
485 illustrations
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Preface and Acknowledgments
Note to the Reader

Introduction
Dwight P. Lanmon

Catalogue

Blown Glass Vessels: Sixteenth to Twentieth Century
Dwight P. Lanmon

Lampworked Glass Jewelry and Figures: Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century
Dwight P. Lanmon

Reverse Painting on Glass and Rock Crystal: Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century
Dwight P. Lanmon

Roman and Islamic Glass: First to Eleventh Century
David B. Whitehouse

Appendix: Ultraviolet Flourescence

Concordance
Bibliography
Index

Wineglass, Colorless (slightly tan) nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed, pincered, wheel-engraved., probably Italian (Venice)
probably Italian (Venice)
17th century
Goblet, Colorless (slightly gray) transparent turquoise blue, and opaque brick red, white, and yellow nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed, pincered, "vetro a retorti"., Façon de Venise, probably south Lowlands or Germany
Façon de Venise, probably south Lowlands or Germany
probably 17th century, possibly 19th century
Footed vase, Antonio Salviati  Italian, Colorless, opaque turquoise blue, copper flecked (goldstone or aventurine), and opalescent white nonlead glass. Blown, mold blown, trailed, "vetro a retorti", gilt.
late 19th–early 20th century
Wineglass (pastiche), Colorless (the bowl slightly tan, the stem and foot gray) nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed., Northern European or Italian (Venice)
Northern European or Italian (Venice)
17th century
Sprinkler bottle(?), Colorless (purplish gray) and opaque white nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed., Façon de venise, possibly Spanish (Barcelona)
Façon de venise, possibly Spanish (Barcelona)
17th century
Cruet and Stopper, Antonio Salviati  Italian, Transparent topaz-tinted and dark amethyst nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed, applied and impressed parts.
late 19th century
Goblet, Colorless (slightly gray) and opaque white nonlead glass. Blown, "vetro a retorti"., Italian (Venice)
Italian (Venice)
late 16th century
Wineglass, Colorless (slightly gray) and transparent turquoise blue nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed, pincered, milled., Façon de Venise, northern European (possibly the Lowlands)
Façon de Venise, northern European (possibly the Lowlands)
17th century
Beaker, Colorless (slightly tan) nonlead glass. Blown, ice-glass technique, trailed, gilt., Italian (Venice) or façon de Venise, probably south Lowlands
Italian (Venice) or façon de Venise, probably south Lowlands
late 16th–early 17th century
Bottle, Antonio Salviati  Italian, Colorless (slightly gray) and opaque white nonlead glass; pewter mount. Blown, "vetro a fili", trailed.
late 19th century
Stemmed cup (?), Colorless (slightly grayish tan) nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed, gilt., Italian (Venice) or façon de Venise
Italian (Venice) or façon de Venise
probably 16th century
Liqueur glass, Colorless (slightly gray), opaque white, copper-flecked (goldstone or aventurine), and transparent blue nonlead glass. Blown, "vetro a retorti"., Italian (Venice)
Italian (Venice)
late 19th century
Goblet, Gray nonlead glass. Blown, mold blown, enameled, gilt., Façon de Venise, probably Bohemian
Façon de Venise, probably Bohemian
late 16th century
Double cup (Doppelscheuer), Colorless (slightly gray) nonlead glass. Blown, enameled, gilt., Façon de venise, Germany or Silesia (possibly Petersdorf)
Façon de venise, Germany or Silesia (possibly Petersdorf)
late 19th century
Dessert glass(?), Opalescent bluish white nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, trailed., Italian (Venice)
Italian (Venice)
probably late 17th century
Goblet, Colorless (slightly gray) nonlead glass; silvered metal fittings. Blown, pattern molded., probably façon de Venise, northern European or Venetian
probably façon de Venise, northern European or Venetian
late 16th–mid-17th century
Goblet, Tyrol, Colorless (dark gray) bubbly nonlead glass. Blown, pattern molded, gilt., Façcon de Venise, probably Tyrolean (Hall) or French
16th century
Wineglass, Colorless (strongly greenish gray) nonlead glass. Blown, mold blown., Façon de Venise, northern European
Façon de Venise, northern European
16th century
Wineglass, Colorless (slightly tan) and transparent bright blue-green bubbly nonlead glass. Blown, trailed, pincered., Façon de Venise, northern European
Façon de Venise, northern European
probably 17th century, possibly late 19th century
Wineglass, Colorless (slightly gray) nonlead glass. Blown., Italian (Venice)
Italian (Venice)
17th century
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Lanmon, Dwight P., and David Whitehouse, eds. 1993. The Robert Lehman Collection. 11: Glass / Dwight P. Lanmon with David B. Whitehouse. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.