A Bohemian part ruby-stained goblet and cover, circa 1835-40
Of campana or bell shape on a baluster stem and eight-sided scalloped foot, the high pagoda-shaped cover edged with petal-cut lobes, the waisted bell bowl with a large chamfered rectangular panel wheel-cut and engraved with a Turk on horseback aiming his gun at a wolf, in a desert setting with palm trees, the clear glass ground 'flashed' or painted in deep ruby stain with interlocking acanthus leaf scrollwork, a viewing lens cut among further ruby scrollwork on the reverse of the bowl, 53cm high (2)
- The text of lots 38 to 40 appear in the incorrect order in the printed catalogue. Please note that these three lots are sold in the order they are illustrated. The description of lot 38 is incorrectly numbered as lot 40 on the printed page. Lot 38 is correctly illustrated on the left of page 38. This is carved with a Turk on horseback and is 53cm high.