Bohemian Biedermeier Cut & Engraved Glass Spa Beaker

Bohemian Biedermeier Cut & Engraved Glass Spa Beaker

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Bohemian Biedermeier Cut & Engraved Glass Spa Beaker
Bohemian Biedermeier Cut & Engraved Glass Spa Beaker
Bohemian Biedermeier Cut & Engraved Glass Spa Beaker
Bohemian Biedermeier Cut & Engraved Glass Spa Beaker

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Fine Bohemian green-to-clear cut glass Biedermeier footed spa beaker ("spaglas") featuring five panels, each beautifully engraved with Classical symbols. Beakers of this sort originated in the great spa towns of Bohemia, where they were used to take the waters. Wealthy visitors often brought back a goblet as a souvenir of their restorative stay at the spa. This example is packed with finely-engraved symbols of all sorts--an anchor symbolizing hope; a cornucopia symbolizing prosperity; a swan symbolizing erotic love; a lyre symbolizing harmony; and the serpent of Epidaurus drinking from the bowl of Hygeia symbolizing health. The stem is panel cut, while the foot is simply decorated with printies and notches that match the cut vesicas on the sides. Origin: Bohemia, ca. 1830. Condition: excellent, no chips or cracks. Size: 6-1/4" tall.

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  • 1085753
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  • 1
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  • Glass
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  • Antiques
  • Year
  • Ca. 1830
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