Stem glass made of colorless glass, rising disc base, stem shaft and curved cuppa overlaid in cobalt blue, four-fold faceted shaft with cuboids arranged offset from one another in the middle, on the curved cuppa three rows of peel-cut frieze made of rectangles and squares and four-leaf clovers cut into them and painted in polished gold, more polished lip edge. Liqueur glass is in intact condition, gilding is rubbed. Designed by Otto Prutscher, executed by Meyr's nephew in Adolf near Winterberg around 1906. Height: 14 cm. Lit.: U. Schröder: Drinking glasses from Art Nouveau to Art Deco. Lit: T. Bröhan (ed.): Modern glass art. Lit: Specimen specimens in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.