A spectacularly decorated Lobmeyr goblet with a flared ogee bowl above a knop, all surmounting an inverted baluster stem with tear and panel cutting, terminating in a merise.
The bowl has beautifully executed Schwarzlot enameling depicting a hunting scene, with huntsmen, dogs, a horse, and a stag. The foot is also decorated with a stag, tree, and foliage. The edges of the rim and the foot are gilded, as are various accents on the stem.
The goblet is in excellent condition, with the only slight disturbance being a small chip to the edge of the merise. 7 1/2" tall, 3 1/2" diameter bowl, 3 3/4" diameter foot