A GROUP OF FOUR BOHEMIAN GILT AND ENAMEL DECORATED WINE STEMS, CIRCA 1880-1900, comprising a cordial glass in iridescent gold glass, the tapering conical form bowl with gilt branches and opaque enamel parrot, berry, and leaf decoration, raised on knopped baluster form stem with spreading conforming foot accented by a band of white enamel "jewels"; a wine glass in clear optic glass, the teardrop shape bowl with raised gilt scrollwork centering acanthus leaf rosettes with red "jewels" and draped strands of white "jewel" pearls, the ground with traces of cranberry flashing, raised on knopped tapering faceted stem with notched edges and spreading conforming foot with matching raised gilt and red "jewel" decoration; a J. & L. Lobmeyr cordial glass in clear optic glass, the teardrop shape bowl decorated with gilt interlaced scrollwork with white enamel flowers and turquoise and white enamel "jewels," raised on baluster form stem with enamel "jewels" and gilt banded fleurs-de-lis continuing into the domed spreading foot, gilt rim and foot, marked in gilt; and a wine glass in light cranberry flashed glass, the teardrop shape bowl with oval fields of Russian cut work framed by cut circles with gilt and white "jewel" decoration, banded by cut strapwork, raised on knopped and prunted tapering baluster form stem with notch cut edge, raised on spreading foot with cut radiating star edged in gilt, gilt rim and foot, height: 7 1/4".
All in overall good condition with no evidence of chips, nicks, or cracks to the glass, minor rubbing to gilt decoration, loss of flashing to ruby jeweled wine glass.
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