A white glass commemorative lidded goblet designed by H.P. Berlage (Amsterdam 1856 – The Hague 1934)
Executed by glass factory Leerdam, 1925
Encircling the inscription DEN-NIEUWEN-TIJD-1925, the goblet cut octagonally, matted triangles around the octagonal foot and the grip of the lid also octagonal. Signed with monogram HPB and numbered 13.
H. 47 cm
– Collection Helene Kröller-Müller (1869 – 1939), Otterlo
– By descent to the present owner
– A. van der Kley-Blekxtoon, Leerdam glas 1878-1930, De Tijdstroom, Lochem, 1990, page 68-69, ill. 64
– F. Leidelmeijer, Kunstnijverheid in Nederland 1880-1940, page 41 (ill.)
De jaarbekers van de Glasfabriek Leerdam (1918-1928), page 25
– T. te Duits, Geperst Glas uit Leerdam, Leerdam, 1991, page 65 for an anna green version with an adapted inscription for the Olympic Games of 1928 in Amsterdam
Two original design drawings and an identical commemorative goblet are in the collection of the Nationaal Glasmuseum in Leerdam.

€ 4.000 - 5.000
€ 3.900