An Opaline Glass Cup and Cover, with Silver Gilt Mounts; Buquoy glasshouse, South Bohemia, c.1675 – 1690 Height 12 cm; diameter 7.9 cm.
Comparative literature: Olga Drahotova et al. Buquoy Glass in Bohemia. Prague 2001.
Dora Thornton, Andrew Meek & William Gudenrath. “Opal Glass in the British Museum attributed to the Buquoy Glasshouse” in Journal of Glass Studies, vol. 57, Corning Museum of Glass 2015, pp. 167 – 182. Comparative objects: Silver gilt mounted tankard, The British Museum (no. S.763).
A covered bowl, a perfume bottle, a goblet with a prunted stem, and a trick glass. Buquoy glassworks, c.1680. Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague (nos. 586, 9.720, 9.717, 9.746).