Stemmed Goblet - Technique to produce
It is a typical example of German glassware in which enamel painting contined to be important even though cut and ground glass had become dominant by the mid-17th c.
They show to what extent various kinds of glasses associated with special occasions retained Renaissance characteristics. The goblet is massive, simple in shape and typical late Gothic and Renaissance decoration are still used, such as the enamel dots on a gilt band. It was a form of production inherited from earlier ages.