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knobs glass

Designation (also Nuppenglas) for mugs and cup made of glass, on the outside knobs (elevations) were melted for better grip. By the end of the 14th century, the nubs had a snail-like shape, from then they were sharpened. In the 19th century, the nubs were then very small and the glasses were also titled as "warts cup". In terms of texture, that is Roman glass and that in Hessen as ribbed designated glass similar. No surveys, but recesses have the same purpose Dubbeglas and the Mainzer pole, See also below wine vessels and wine glasses,

Glasses: Ribbed, Dubbegls, Mainzer bar

Ribbed: From Photo of Hydro at Wikipedia, CC-BY-SA 4.0 , Link
Dubbeglas: From Peisi in Wikipedia in German by User: Peisi , Gemeinfrei , Link
Mainzer Stange: From Symposiarch - Own Work, CC BY-SA 3.0 , Link

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