Conical footed beaker with polychrome enameled and gold-leaf decoration, viewed at the level of the rim. The areas with the greatest concentrations of enamel have produced localized thickening of the vessel wall that, in turn, resulted in the downward movement of the rim above them. Venice, late 15th to early 16th centuries. H. 13.3 cm. The Corning Museum of Glass (79.3.191, bequest of Jerome Strauss).