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Glass

Works of Art (187)

Adoration of the Magi (Detail), ca. 1390, Austrian; From the Schlosskapelle, Ebreichsdorf, Austria, Pot-metal and colorless glass with silver stain and vitreous paint (1986.285.1,2)
Adoration of the Magi, 1507, Circle of the Strassburger Werkstattgemeinschaft, German (Munich), Pot-metal and colorless glass, silver stain, and vitreous paint (1996.262)
Alabastron (small jar for perfumes or unguents), 2nd–1st century B.C.; Hellenistic, Cypriot, Glass (74.51.319)
Amulet case, late 19th–early 20th century, Central Asia, Silver, glass (2006.544.9)
Animal flask, 7th–8th century, Syria, Yellowish, pinkish, and grayish colorless glass, free-blown and applied; tooled on the pontil (1999.145)
Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion, ca. 1200, North German, Copper alloy, glass inlay (47.101.52)
Arm Reliquary, 13th century, with 15th-century additions, French, Silver, silver-gilt, glass and rock-crystal cabochons over wood core (17.190.353)
Autumn Landscape, 1923–24, Probably designed by Agnes F. Northrop (American); Made by Tiffany Studios (American), Leaded Favrile glass (25.173a–o)
Beaker with relief-cut decoration, Abbasid period (750–1258), 9th–10th century, Iran, Glass, colorless, blown, cut (1974.45)
Beaker with the "Mala Strana" of Prague, ca. 1830, Bohemian, Glass (1990.328.2)
Beaker, 15th century, German, found in burial mounds on the Estate Abrau near Novorossisk, in the Caucasus, Glass (06.141)
Beakers signed by Iason, mid-1st century A.D.; Imperial, Roman, Glass (29.100.82) (59.11.3)
Bella Apartment window, ca. 1880, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American), Leaded glass (2002.474)
Belt buckle and ornamental plaques, Tang dynasty (618–906), 7th century, China, Gilt bronze inlaid with glass and pearls, silk backing (2008.299a–i)
Belt Buckle, 550–600, Visigothic, Copper alloy, cells inset with garnets, glass, lapis lazuli, and cuttlefish bone (1988.305 ab)
Bottle in the form of a fish and a flask in the form of grapes, 1st–3rd century A.D., Roman, Mold-blown glass (17.194.251; 17.194.231)
Bottle with molded designs of animals, Abbasid period (750–1258), 9th–10th century, Iraq or Syria, glass, greenish yellow, blown in two parts, impressed with tongs (08.138.2)
Bottle, 12th century, Probably Syrian, Mold-blown and tooled glass with applied decoration (2005.318)
Bottle, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Cut glass (17.194.317)
Bottle, 7th–early 8th century, Egypt or Syria, Bluish colorless and blue glass, free-blown and applied (x.21.210)
Bottle, late 13th century; Mamluk, Probably Syria, Greenish colorless glass, free-blown, enameled, and gilded; tooled on the pontil; red, blue, green, yellow, purple, brown, pink, white, gray blue, and black enamels; and gold (41.150)
Bowl Base with Old and New Testament Scenes, ca. 350–400, Byzantine, said to have been found in 1715 in the Roman catacomb of Saint Callisto, Glass, gold leaf (16.174.2)
Bowl Base with Saints Peter and Paul Flanking a Column with the Christogram of Christ, made late 300s, Gold, glass leaf, Byzantine, from Rome (16.174.3)
Bowl Fragments with Menorah, Shofar, and Torah Ark, 4th century, Roman or Byzantine, Glass, gold leaf (18.145.1 ab)
Bowl in millefiori technique, Abbasid period (750–1258), 9th century, Probably Iraq, Glass, green, opaque yellow, and opaque red mosaic, fused, slumped, ground, and polished, applied foot (2001.266)
Bowl, 2nd–early 1st century B.C., Hellenistic, Greek, Onyx glass (91.1.1303)
Bowl, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Blown glass (17.194.314)
Bowl, ca. 1908, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Furnaces, Favrile glass (51.121.13)
Bowl, late 10th–early 11th century, Probably Egypt, Bluish colorless glass, free-blown and stained; tooled on the pontil; yellow and brown copper and silver stains (1974.74)
Bowl, Late Antique, 2nd half of 4th–early 5th century A.D., Roman, Glass, blown and cut (17.194.328)
Brooch, 970–1030, Ottonian (probably northern Italy), Gold with pearls, glass, and cloisonné enamel (17.191.7)
Cage animal flask, 7th–8th century, Syria, Applied glass (69.153)
Cameo architectural panel, ca. 1–25 A.D.; Augustan–early Julio-Claudian, Roman, Glass (18.145.38a)
Cameo cup fragment with lovemaking scene, first half of 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (81.10.349)
Cameo fragment with marine animals, first half of 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (81.10.347)
Cameo fragment, 1st century B.C.–mid-1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Augustan or Julio-Claudian, Roman, Glass; cast in two layers or blown and cased, then carved (11.91.5a)
Cameo: Silhouette portrait of Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna and Grand Duke Paul, dated 1791, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Cut glass (1999.525)
Canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a royal woman's head, New Kingdom, Amarna Period, Dynasty 18, reign of Akhenaten, ca. 1352–1336 B.C., Egyptian; from Upper Egypt, Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Tomb KV 55, Davis/Ayrton 1907, Travertine (Egyptian alabaster), blue glass, obsidian, unidentified stone (30.8.54)
Cantharus (drinking cup), ca. 40–80 A.D.; Early Imperial, Claudian or Flavian, Roman, Glass; free-blown (81.10.60)
Chandelier, 1907–9, Charles Sumner Greene (American) and Henry Mather Greene (American); Made by Emil Lange, Pasadena, California, Mahogany, ebony, and leaded glass (1986.445)
Cheval glass (psyche), ca. 1810–14, François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (French), Amboyna on oak with gilt-bronze mounts (24.230)
Child's booties, 1876–77, Possibly English, Leather, silk, glass (C.I.40.68.9a,b)
Christ Giving the Keys to Peter, ca. 1315, German; Cologne, Pot-metal glass and vitreous paint (29.55.1,2)
"Clutha" vase, ca. 1890, Christopher Dresser (British), Green glass (1991.20.2)
Coin weight, 808–10, Egypt, Glass (08.256.20)
Collar stud, early 20th century, Attributed to Ersari, Central Asia or Iran, Silver with parcel gilt (or fire gilt) embossing, with glass stones and turquoise beads (2007.497.6)
Colorless floral plate, ca. 100–150 A.D., Roman, Cast glass (81.10.237)
Composite mosaic dish, early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (59.11.6)
Conical bowl, 2nd–1st century B.C., Hellenistic; Said to be from Syria, Cast glass (81.10.243)
Cosmetic flask (mukhula), Abbasid period (750–1258), 8th–9th century, probably Egypt, glass, opaque turquoise; blown, cold painted (10.130.2649)
Couch and footstool with bone carvings and glass inlays, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman, Wood, bone, glass (17.190.2076)
Covered goblet, 1788, Made by New Bremen Glass Manufactory (Frederick County, Maryland), American, Blown glass with engraved decoration (28.52a,b)
Crozier with Serpent Devouring a Flower, ca. 1200–1220, French, made in Limoges, Gilded copper; champlevé enamel; glass cabochons (17.190.833)
Cup, 9th–10th century, Egypt, Syria, or Iraq, Yellowish colorless glass, free-blown and impressed; tooled on the pontil (1974.15)
Dish, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman; From Cologne, Cut glass (81.10.46)
Disk Brooch and Two Pendants, early 600s, Anglo-Saxon; Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England, Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello (1987.90.1,2,3)
Disk Brooch with Cameo and Cabochons, brooch ca. 600, cameo 100–300, Langobardic (mount), Roman (cameo), Gold sheet; settings of onyx, cameo, glass (red and green cabochons); wire (95.15.101)
Disk Brooch, 650–725, Frankish; Found in Férebrianges or Petit-Troussy, northern France, Gold sheet with filigree and inlays of garnet, stone, glass, and pearl (17.191.134)
Disk Brooch, 675–700, Frankish; Found in Niederbreisig, western Germany, Gold sheet with filigree and inlays of garnet, glass, and mother-of-pearl (17.193.83)
Drawing room of the Craig House, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1810, American, Wood, metal, glass (18.101.1–.4)
Dressing table, ca. 1925, Armand-Albert Rateau (French), Bronze, basalt, mirror glass (25.169)
Education of the Infant Bacchus, first half of 19th century, Niccolò Amastini (Italian), Rome, Onyx; framed in gold with four perforations for attachment (40.20.30)
Engraved beaker with charioteer, 4th century A.D., Roman, eastern Mediterranean; Said to be from Egypt, Glass (59.11.14)
Engraved bowl with medallions, 4th century A.D., Roman, Glass (17.194.318)
Evangelists Mark and Luke, ca. 1220–30, France (Limoges), Gilt copper and glass (2010.70.1, 2)
Evening pump, 1961, Designed by Roger Vivier (French), Leather, silk, glass, plastic, metal, metallic thread (1980.597.4)
Ewer signed by Tayyib ibn Ahmad Barmasi, 9th century, Probably Iraq, Transparent pale yellowish green glass, body blown in mold with two vertical sections; handle applied (x.21.191)
Ewer with birds and animals, 10th century, Found at Iran, Nishapur, Tepe Madrasa, Glass, colorless; blown, folded foot, applied handle, cut (39.40.101)
Faceted Bowl, 5th–7th century; Sasanian, Iran (?), Glass, blown and wheel-cut (59.34)
The Fall of Phaeton, third quarter of 19th century, Adolphe David (French), Onyx (40.20.12)
Figure: Mother and Child, 19th–20th century, Democratic Republic of Congo or Angola, Kongo peoples, Yombe group, Wood, glass, metal, pigment (1979.206.29)
"Fireworks" vase, 1921, Edward Hald (Swedish); Manufacturer: Orrefors Glasbruk, Engraved flashed glass (27.96.5)
Footed bowl and plate, Mughal period (1526–1858), first half of 18th century, India, Glass, opalescent white, blown, bowl with applied stem and blown applied foot, fired silver and gold decoration (2000.490a,b)
Footed bowl with eagle emblem, Mamluk period (1250–1517), mid-13th century, probably Syria, glass, colorless with yellow tinge; dip-molded, blown, applied dip-molded blown foot, stained, enameled, gilded (91.1.1538)
Footed bowl, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D., Hellenistic or Roman, Cast glass (81.10.129)
Four-armed Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Infinite Compassion, ca. second quarter of 8th century, Prakhon Chai, Buriram Province, Thailand, Bronze with high tin content; silver and black-glass or obsidian inlay in eyes (67.234)
Fragment of a Floor Mosaic with a Personification of Ktisis, 500–550, Byzantine, Marble and glass (1998.69, 1999.99)
Fragmentary beaker, ca. 2nd century A.D.; Mid-Imperial, Roman, Glass, free-blown and painted, (22.2.36,.37)
Fragmentary plate with engraved designs, 9th century, Attributed to Syria or Iraq; found at Iran, Nishapur, Tepe Madrasa, Well in annex of W4, low level below gatch, Glass, blue; blown, applied trail, scratch-engraved (40.170.131)
Frankish "Claw" Beaker, 400–600, Found in Bellenberg Voehringen, southern Germany, Glass (81.10.189)
Garden Landscape and Fountain, ca. 1905–15, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Studios, Favrile glass, cement (1976.105)
Garland bowl, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Augustan, Roman, Glass (91.1.1402)
Girandole, 1817, New York City and Albany, New York, Gilded, gesso, mirror glass with white pine (1974.363.1)
Gladiator cup, ca. 50–80 A.D.; Neronian–Early Flavianic, Roman; Found at Montagnole, southern France, Glass (81.10.245)
Glass alabastron, late 8th–6th century B.C.; Archaic, Probably Phoenician; From Cyprus, Glass (74.51.312)
Glass rings and bracelets, 1st century B.C.–4th century A.D., Roman, Glass and gold (74.51.4244)
Goblet with incised designs, Abbasid period (750–1258), 8th–9th century, Probably Iraq or Syria, Glass, bluish green, blown, applied solid stem and blown foot, scratch-engraved (65.173.1)
Goblet, Murano (Italian), Glass (1988.403a,b)
Goblets with applied decoration, Seljuq period (1040–1196), 11th–early 12th century, Iran, Glass, colorless, blown, applied decoration (2000.279.1,.2)
Gold-glass alabastron, 1st century B.C., Hellenistic, Glass (17.194.286)
Gold-glass bottles, first half of 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (17.194.259)
Hairpins or hatpins, late 16th century (?), Probably Venice or Innsbruck, Glass, copper, wire, and gilding (1975.1.1525–27)
Hanging lamp (cesendello), late 15th–early 16th century, Venice, Free-blown glass, enameled and gilded (14.83)
Hanging shade, ca. 1899, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (American), Leaded Favrile glass (69.150)
Head of a goddess, probably Mut, for attachment to a processional barque(?), Third Intermediate Period–Kushite Period, Dynasty 25, ca. 700 B.C., Egypt, Cupreous alloy, gilding, formerly inlaid (2008.353)
Head of Augustus, Roman Period, 27–20 B.C., Egyptian, Blue-green (glassy?) faience (26.7.1428)
Heart amulets, Dynasty 18–19 (ca. 1550–1186 B.C.), Egyptian, Glass (10.130.1782)

Heart amulets, Dynasty 19–20 (ca. 1295–1070 B.C.), Egyptian, Agate (10.130.1804)
Hexagonal Bottle, 500–629, Byzantine; Possibly from Syria, Glass, mold-blown (1972.118.180)
Hoop earrings with Egyptianizing crown, 3rd–2nd century B.C., Greek, Gold with stone and glass (1995.539.11a,b)
Inlays and shrine elements, Dynasty 30–Ptolemaic Period, ca. 380–30 B.C., Egyptian, Glass (21.2.2)
Intaglio, mid 2nd–early 3rd century A.D.; Antonine or Severan, Roman, Jasper, gold mount set with pearls and glass (1994.230.2)
Jewelry elements, Timurid period (1370–1507), late 14th–16th century, Iran or Central Asia, Gold sheet, worked, chased, and set with turquoise, gray chalcedony, and glass, large medallion (1989.87a–l)
Jugate Portraits of Emperor Charles V and King Philip II of Spain (obverse) and Empress Isabella (reverse), 1550, Leone Leoni (Italian), Milan, Onyx (38.150.9)
Kubus stacking containers, ca. 1938, Wilhelm Wagenfeld (German), Glass (1986.412.1–16)
Lamp, 1904–15, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Studios, Leaded Favrile glass, bronze (1974.214.15a,b)
Lancet Windows, ca. 1250–1300, French, Normandy, Limestone (35.143.1–.3)
"Lansetti II" (Lancet II) vase, 1952, Timo Sarpaneva (Finnish); Manufacturer: Iittala Lasitehdas Oy, Glass (56.31.3)
Living room from the Little House, Wayzata, Minnesota, 1912–14, Frank Lloyd Wright (American) (1972.60.1)
Locket, 1706, Boston, Gold, hair, crystal (2000.532)
Loggia from Laurelton Hall, Oyster Bay, New York, ca. 1905, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American), Limestone, ceramic, glass (1978.10.1)
Looking glass, ca. 1775, American, Pine (1990.18)
Magnolia and Irises, ca. 1908, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Studios, Leaded Favrile glass (1981.159)
MAP III, 1993, Bertil Vallien (Swedish), Glass and iron (1994.199ab)
Marbled slip ware bowl, Neronian, mid-1st century A.D., Roman, Terracotta (17.194.852)
Medallion with Portrait of Gennadios, 250–300, Roman, probably Alexandria, Gold glass; Diam. 1 5/8 in. (4.1 cm) (26.258)
Mirror, 1769, John Mayhew (English) and William Ince (English), Pine, gilt, mirror glass (58.75.131)
Modiolus (one-handled drinking cup), 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian or Flavian
Roman, Glass; free-blown (29.100.71)
Mold-blown vessel signed by Ennion, first half of 1st century A.D.; Julio-Claudian, Roman; found on Cyprus, Glass (17.194.226)
Monochrome blown vessels, 1st–4th century A.D., Roman and Cypriot, Translucent blown glass (17.194.72,.96,.167; 81.10.32)
Monochrome bowls, 1st century A.D., Roman; From Syria, Opaque cast glass (1972.118.185) (13.198.1,.2,.3)
Monochrome cast vessels, 1st century A.D., Roman, Translucent cast glass (17.194.155) (91.1.1238) (81.10.128) (29.100.84)
Mosaic bowls, 1st century B.C., Hellenistic, Glass (17.194.263; 17.194.560)
Mosaic ribbed bowl, 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Augustan or Julio-Claudian, Roman, Glass; cast and tooled (17.194.561)
Mosque lamp for the Mausoleum of Amir Aydakin al 'Ala'I al-Bunduqdar, Mamluk period (1250–1517), shortly after 1285, Egypt, probably Cairo, Glass, brownish, blown, folded foot, applied handles, enameled and gilded (17.190.985)
Mosque lamp of Amir Qawsun, Mamluk period (1250–1517), ca. 1329–35, Egypt, Glass, colorless with brown tinge, blown, blown applied foot, enameled and gilded (17.190.991)
Mural: The History of Navigation, 1934, Jean Dupas (French); manufacturer: Charles Champigneulle, Glass, paint, gold, silver, palladium leaf (1976.414.3a–ggg)
Nécessaire incorporating an automaton watch, ca. 1770–72, Signed by James Cox (English), Case: moss agate, mounted in gold and set with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds; silver; and mirror glass; dial: white enamel, with frame pavé set with paste jewels (57.128a–o)
Netting Quail, 16th century, After a Design by Augustin Hirschvogel (German, 1503–1553), Colorless glass, silver stain, vitreous paint, and cold enamel (1979.185)
"Nomos" table, 1987, Sir Norman Foster (British); Manufacturer: Techno S.p.A., Glass, stainless steel, rubber (1998.379ab)
Oinochoe, 1st century A.D., Roman, Opaque glass (17.194.170)
Pair of Bird-Shaped Brooches, 550–600, Frankish, Gold sheet, cloisonné cells inset with garnets, glass, and pearl, garnets backed with patterned foil (17.191.164-165)
Pair of Jeweled Bracelets, 500–700, Byzantine; Probably made in Constantinople, Gold, silver, pearl, amethyst, sapphire, glass, quartz, and emerald plasma (17.190.1670, 1671)
Panel from a Tree of Jesse Window, 14th century, German (Swabia), Pot-metal glass, vitreous paint (22.25a-f)
Partial table service, 1818, Pellatt & Green, London, Blown cut glass (2008.594.1a,b–.54a,b)
Physician's cupping glass or alembic, 9th–11th century, Found at Iran, Nishapur, Tepe Madrasa, Glass, greenish; blown, applied spout (40.170.132)
Pilgrim flask, ca. 1500–1525, Venice, Free-blown glass, enameled and gilded (1975.1.1167)
Pitcher, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Blown glass (74.51.134)
PixCell Deer #24, 2011, Nawa Kōhei (Japanese), Mixed media: taxidermied deer with surfaced covered with glass, acrylic, and crystal beads (2011.493a-j)
Plaque with Saint Aemilian, ca. 1060–80, Master Engelram and his son Redolfo, Spain (Logroño), Elephant ivory inlaid with glass (1987.89)
Plaque with "woman at the window" motif, 9th–8th century B.C.; Neo-Assyrian period; Phoenician style, Probably Arslan Tash, Syria, Ivory inlaid with glass (57.80.12)
Plate, Mamluk period (1250–1517), 14th century, Syria, glass, free blown, enameled and gilded, tooled on the pontil (91.1.1533)
Plateau, 1790–95, Benjamin Halsted (American), New York, Silver, copper, glass (2007.471.1)
Playing at Quintain, ca. 1500, French (Paris?), Colorless glass, silver stain, and vitreous paint (1980.223.6)
Portable Mosaic Icon with the Virgin Eleousa, early 14th century, Byzantine, probably Constantinople, Miniature mosaic set in wax on wood panel with gold, multicolored stones, and gilded copper tesserae; some portions restored (2008.352)
Printed cotton (detail), ca. 1830, English, Cotton (63.55.2)
Prophet, ca. 1390–1410, French (Bourges or Burgundy) or South Lowlands, Colorless glass, silver stain, and vitreous paint (1995.301)
Ptah, Third Intermediate Period, ca. 1070–712 B.C., Egyptian, Bronze, gold leaf, and glass (2009.175)
Purse, early 17th century, English, Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, glass beads, spangles; Gobelin, tent, and detached buttonhole stitches (29.23.15)
Pyxides, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (91.1.1335)
Quillwork shadow box, ca. 1817, Myra Bates Willcutt (American), Cohasset, Massachusetts, Paper, mica, silk, maple, pine, and glass (2006.45)
Reception Room (Qa'a), Ottoman period, 1119 A.H. / 1707 A.D., Damascus, Syria, Poplar wood with gesso relief, gold and tin leaf, glazes and paint; cypress, poplar, walnut, black mulberry, mother-of pearl, marble and other stones, stucco with glass, plaster, ceramic tiles, iron, brass (1970.170)
Reliquary Cross, ca. 1180, Made in Limoges, France, Silver gilt, rock crystal, glass cabochons; wood core (2002.18)
Reliquary Cross, ca. 1366–1400, Italian, the Marches, Translucent enamel, silver, gilded silver, rock crystal, glass, and iron (17.190.498)
Ribbed bowl, late 1st century B.C.–mid-1st century A.D., Roman, Cast glass (81.10.39)
Ring of Pope Paul II, 1464–71, Italy (Rome), Blue glass mounted in gilt brass (1989.79)
Roundel with Three Apes Building a Trestle Table, 1480–1500, German, Colorless glass, vitreous paint, and silver stain (1990.119.3)
Ruba Rombic vase, ca. 1928, Reuben Haley (American), Glass (1986.413.2)
Savoy vase, 1936, Alvar Aalto (Finnish), Glass (1985.223)
Scenes from the Passion of Saint Vincent of Saragossa and the History of His Relics, 1244–1247, French; From the Church of St. Germain-des-Prés, Paris, Pot-metal glass with vitreous paint (24.167a–k)
Scyphus, Early Imperial, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (91.1.2053)
Secrétaire à abattant, ca. 1815–20, with later additions, Austrian, Walnut, parcel-ebonized and mounted with gilt bronze; leather, glass, brass (1991.470)
Spindle bottle with handle, New Kingdom, Amarna Period, Dynasty 18, reign of Akhenaten, ca. 1353–1336 B.C., Egyptian; from Middle Egypt, Tuna el-Gebel, Glass (26.7.1176)
St. Nicholas Accuses the Consul from Scenes from the Life of St. Nicholas, ca. 1200–1210, French, Picardy, from the cathedral of Saint-Gervais-et-Saint-Protais at Soissons, Pot-metal glass, vitreous paint (1980.263.3)
Stained-Glass Panel, ca. 1245–1248, France, Tours, Ambulatory of the Cathedral of Saint-Gatien, Pot-metal glass and vitreous paint (37.173.3)
Stained-glass window, 1912, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), Glass, zinc (67.231.1)
Stained-glass window, ca. 1656, Evert Duyckinck (American), New York City, Painted leaded glass (52.77.46)
Stained-Glass Window, with Grisaille Decoration, ca. 1325, French; From the abbey church of Saint-Ouen, Rouen, France, Pot-metal and colorless glass, with silver stain and vitreous paint (1984.199.1–11 and 48.183.2)
Statuette of the goddess Taweret, Ptolemaic Period, ca. 332–30 B.C., Egyptian, Glassy faience (26.7.1193)
Stool: Kneeling Female Caryatid, 19th century (?), Democratic Republic of Congo; Luba or Shankadi, Wood, glass beads (1978.412.317)
Storage jar, 2nd–3rd century A.D., Roman, Mold-blown glass (17.194.219)
Swan-neck bottle, Qajar period (1779–1925), 19th century, Iran, Glass, blue, dip-molded, blown, folded foot (17.190.829)
Theodosius Arrives at Ephesus (Scene from the Legend of the Seven Sleepers), ca. 1200–1205, French; From the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Rouen, Pot-metal glass and vitreous paint (1980.263.4)
Tondo mirror frame, ca. 1480, Tuscany (Siena?), Stucco, blown convex mirror (1975.1.2158)
Tourbillons (Whirlwinds) vase, ca. 1925, René-Jules Lalique (French), Glass (2004.120)
Two Grisaille Panels, 1320–1324, French; Paris, from the Chapel of Saint-Louis, north aisle, royal abbey of Saint-Denis, Pot-metal and white glass, silver stain (1982.433.3,4)
Vase, 1893–96, Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Made by Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company , American; Made in Mid-Atlantic, Corona, New York, America, Favrile glass (96.17.10)
Vase, ca. 1901–6, Designer: Max Läuger (German), Glass, pewter (1991.182.2)
Vestment II, 1997, Stanislav Libensky (Czech); Jaroslava Brychtová (Czech, born 1924), Cast glass (1999.91)
Virgin Mary and Five Standing Saints above Predella Panels, 1440–1446, German; From the Carmelite church at Boppard-am-Rhein, Pot-metal glass, white glass, vitreous glass, silver stain (37.52.1–6)
Virgin of the Apocalypse, ca. 1480–1490, Circle of the Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet, German; Middle Rhineland, Colorless glass, silver stain, and vitreous paint (1982.47.1)
Visitation, 1444, Probably Strasbourg; From the Carmelite church at Boppard-am-Rhein, Pot-metal glass (13.64.3ab)
Washstand, 1904, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Scottish), Designer, Oak, ceramic tile, colored and mirror glass, and lead (1994.120)
Window from J. G. Cross House, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1911, George Grant Elmslie (American); Purcell, Feick and Elmslie (American, Minneapolis, Minnesota (and later Chicago, Illinois), Leaded glass (1972.20.2)
Window, 17th century, Egypt or Syria, Stained glass (93.26.3,4)
Wine bottle, Edo period, mid-19th century, Japan, Glass in marbled color (2001.58.1)
Wineglass or sweetmeat cup (confittiera) with scenes of Virgil and Febilla, ca. 1475–1500, Venice (Murano), Barovier Glass House, Enameled and gilded glass (17.190.730a,b)
Wisteria Dining Room, 1910–14, Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer (French); made by Édouard-Louis Collet (Swiss), Walnut and amaranth veneer, marble; brass, copper, mirror glass (66.244.1–.2a–e,.9ab,.10ab)