Storage box for this object is in D10 MS

Long-stemmed goblet, c. 1900

Zitzmann's literal interpretation of a tulip in glass is part of an international period of glass experimentation that was part of the Art Nouveau movement, and that resulted in the widespread interpretation of floral and foliate forms. This purely decorative goblet is very much in the spirit of Louis Comfort Tiffany's floriform vases.

Long-stemmed goblet
Artist Life
German (Berlin), 1840–1906
Accession Number
Curator Approved

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Storage box for this object is in D10 MS