Goblet made of colorless glass, raised disc base with demolition, polished baluster shaft, angular, multifaceted nodus with pierced air bubble, diamond-faceted bowl base with pierced air pearls and raised bowl bottom, satirical scene cut on the widened bowl with a depiction of a putto wearing a petticoat and trousers Holds hands, overlying inscription: "In this stay, small things may be small, but in the world they make great miracles", matted and fused lip edge. Cup is in intact condition. Lauenstein, Osterwald glassworks, 2nd half of the 18th century. Height approx. 22.3 cm. Lit: Nicole Brüderle, glasses from the 16th to 19th centuries. the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum, page 219, there is a picture of a missing Lauenstein cup with a satirical depiction.