673 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Tall beaker, colourless glass with engraved decoration, part of a table service, designed by J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna, 1904 - 1918
Beaker, colourless glass with engraved decoration, part of a table service, designed by J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna, 1904 - 1918
Installation of glazed porcelain beakers and bowls, 'Kinder Trail', by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Australia, 2010.
One-handled beaker of glazed white earthenware decorated with transfer prints of the Margaret Tempest characters Little Grey Rabbit, Squirrel and Hare; made in England by The Bristol Pottery, after 1954
19thC, Minutolisches Institut Liegnitz; Anon, Goblets with covers & beakers
19thC, Minutolisches Institut Liegnitz; Anon, Beakers with covers & cup with cover
19thC, Minutolisches Institut Liegnitz; Anon, Cup with cover & beakers, German 18thC
Album, Objects from the Hamilton Palace Collection, Scotland; Anon. Beaker, rock crystal, with silver-gilt mounts
Beaker, fritware, perforated decoration at the base and interior with applied motif, under an opaque turquoise-green glaze; Iran, 17th or early 18th century.
Design for a beaker
Engraved beaker, Dutch.; Pewter, Continental
Decorated beaker, Dutch.; Pewter, Continental
Denmark, dated 1721. Engraved Hans Lenhart Singer Schlaglio with a bull's head above crossed knives and cleavers. Marks: Louden town mark, maker's mark of Thomas Hinrich Brockmann. Young Bequest; Pewter, Continental
Engraved beaker.; Pewter
Silver, parcel gilt, Spain (town mark of Seville), 1587-97, maker's mark possibly that of Pedro de Zubieta.
Germany, second half of the 17th century. Cast with scenes from the Fall of Man. Young Bequest; Pewter
Beaker with cover
Beaker with cover, silver-gilt, Ohlau, Silesia (modern Olawa, South West Poland),1697-1717, mark of Gottfried Kittel.
Beaker of stoneware, and truncated cone-shaped, Copeland & Co., Stoke-on-Trent, ca. 1847-1867.
Earthenware, decorated in relief with the Russian Imperial coat-of-arms and the date 1883, by C. Macarenko or Macachenko.
Beaker and cover
Beaker and cover, engraved glass cut in relief, engraved by Gottfried Spiller or Martin Winter with a baccanalian scene of children and infant Silenius on a goat, Potsdam, about 1700
Beaker and cover, enamelled glass, Central Germany or Bohemia, about 1670-80 or possibly a 19th century reproduction
Beaker, wheel cut and gilt glass, made for the retailer Franz Steigerwald, probably at his brother Wilhelm's Schachtenbach glassworks, Munich, 1855
Glass beaker or Daumenglas, with concavities for the fingers, Germany, 17th century
Beaker (Stangenglas) and cover, glass, with mulberry-shaped prunts, Germany, 17th century
Nine fragments of an enamelled glass beaker, found in a canal in Dordrecht, painted with a lion and foliage, Northern Europe, possibly Germany, 17th century
Glass Beaker, one of a pair, pincered foot and applied blue threads, probably Italy (Venice), 19th century
Beaker, cut glass, Bohemia, about 1720
Beaker (Humpen), enamelled and gilt glass, possibly made by Fritz Heckert Petersdorf glassworks, Germany, about 1880
Glass Beaker (Reichsadlerhumpen) and cover, enamelled glass, painted with arms of the members of the Holy Roman Empire, Germany, dated 1604 but probably 19th century fake
Beaker, one of a pair, glass cut and engraved with mythological scenes, Silesia, about 1695-1700
Beaker and cover, ruby glass, Germany or possibly Bohemia, late 17th century
Glass beaker or Daumenglas with circular indentations for fingers, Germany, 1675-1900
Beaker and cover, cut glass engraved with allegorical subjects, portrait of Queen Mary II and Royal Stuart arms, probably engraved by Heinrich Jäger, Potsdam, 1689-94
Beaker and cover, purple glass, Germany, 18th century
Beaker, glass with painted decoration of metal oxides and resins, made by Isgard Moje-Wohlgemuth, Hamburg, 1973
Beaker, earthenware, English, about 1800-20
Travelling cutlery set
Beaker and saucer
Chocolate beaker and saucer
Silver, parcel-gilt, London hallmarks for 1716-17, mark of John Eckford.
Beaker of black basalt earthenware, and cylindrical in shape with a small flared foot, designed by Keith Murray, made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd., Etruria, 1933-1938.
Beaker with handle, of earthenware and with printed decoration on the theme of 'oranges and lemons', designed by Richard Guyatt, made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd., Etruria, for Libery & Co., middle of 20th century.
Beaker of earthenware, 'Garden Implements' pattern designed by Eric Ravilious, made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd., Stoke-on-Trent, 1939.
Beaker, ivory and silver-gilt mounts, lidded, depiciting the Last Supper, perhaps Netherlandish, ca. 1850, mounts in the style of Leopold Lichtenschopf, probably 1850
Gold covered beaker with stand, Johann Henrik Hopper, St. Petersburg, 1760.
Stacking beaker, parcel-gilt silver, Nuremberg, Hans Kellner, 1603-1609
Silver and silver-gilt beaker; Poland, ca.1680
Beaker, salt-glazed stoneware with applied decoration, made by Doulton & Co., Lambeth Art Pottery, London
Beaker of glazed earthenware, designed by Frank Brangwyn, made by Doulton Ceramic Factory, Lambeth Art Pottery, Lambeth, ca. 1928.
Beaker of earthenware, designed by Eric Ravilious, made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons Ltd., Etruria, 1939
Sporting cup, silver, designed and made by Jean Puiforcat, Paris, ca. 1937.