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A J.&L. Lobmeyr Goblet of the 'Minnesinger Series'.

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    Posted 2 years ago

    kairomalte
    (80 items)

    J.&L. Lobmeyr were, in the late Victorian period, a leading glass refinery with a selling room in Vienna. They were especially famous for their high qualty 'Islamic' and 'Historism' décors. Here, a goblet of the so called 'Minnesinger Series', designed by Richard von Kralik in 1888, is presented. It shows a medieval noble couple painted in thick enamel, obviously inspired by the illustrations of the ancient 'Manesse manuscript'. The irisation of the light green glass is highly visible on the black background. The goblet stands 24.5 cm high, the diameter is 11.5 cm and its weight is 1260 gr.

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    Comments

    1. larksel larksel, 2 years ago
      Amazing. Congratulations.
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
      My Compliments. A Treasure !!!!
    3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
      This is a good read and shows some of Kralik’s doodles.

      https://de.mahlerfoundation.org/mahler/contemporaries/richard-ritter-von-meyrswalden-kralik/
    4. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
      Just to add a few things about the Kraliks : “Richard Kralik was born on October 1, 1852, the son of the German-Bohemian glass manufacturer Wilhelm Kralik von Meyrswalden in Eleonorenhain / Lenora (Bohemia), the first of five children from his second marriage to Louise, née Louise. Lobmeyr.”
      (https://second.wiki/wiki/richard_von_kralik)
    5. BHIFOS BHIFOS, 2 years ago
      A beautiful thing! The Kralik name immediately made me wonder if any relation too..... and Vetraio has answered it.
    6. kairomalte, 2 years ago
      Thank you all for your loves and kind comments.

      Especially thank you, vetraio50, for your additional informations on R.v.Kralik. I know the relationship in between Lobmeyr and R.v.Kralik very well, but I didn't want to make my description too long by going deeper into the details of their relationship, From the comment of BHIFOS, I see that your informations are highly welcomed and wanted.
    7. kivatinitz kivatinitz, 2 years ago
      superb so beautiful thanks for sharing
    8. rancherswife rancherswife, 2 years ago
      Almost the best part of posts is when some detailed history is added. I love the history provided here. The goblet is magnificent!!! Thanks for sharing!

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