Dragon stem goblets




Dragon stem goblets


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Dragon stem goblets


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A type of goblet with the stem in the form of a dragon with a convoluted body, outspread wings, open jaws, and a crest. Known in Italian as vetri a serpenti (serpent glasses), dragon-stem goblets were first made in Venice in the 17th century. They were im


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Corning Museum of Glass | Glass dictionary. (1993). Retrieved February 12, 2008, from http://www.cmog.org/index.asp?pageId=687.


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