A GROUP OF FOUR GLASS VESSELS, CIRCA 1880-1900, comprising a Theresienthal clear optic tear drop form wine glass with enamel and gilt blossoming tulip decoration to the bowl continuing into tulip leaves on the baluster form stem and spreading foot, gilt rim and foot, Zweisel, Germany (Bohemia); a Theresienthal clear optic tear drop form wine glass, the everted lipped bowl with transparent enamel grape leaf and cluster decoration joined by gilt scrolls, raised on clear columnar stem and spreading foot, gilt rim and foot, Zeisel, Germany (Bohemia); a Meyr's Neffe clear optic bell form cordial glass with transparent enamel tulip blossom decoration raised on clear columnar stem with spreading foot, gilt rim and foot, marked in red on the bottom "3./1.," Adolf bei Winterberg, Bohemia; and a Hodgetts, Richardson & Son cased ruby and white tulip form glass raised on columnar citrine stem with lamp work formed tulip leaf foot, Stourbridge, England, height: 7 3/4".
All in overall good condition with no evidence of chips, nicks, or cracks to the glass, rubbing and loss to gilt decoration especially on the grape cluster decorated Theresienthal wine glass which has significant loss to gilding on the rim, stem, and foot.
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