This crystal beaker or cup with silver lid was produced in Eastern Europe in 1810. There is a date engraved on the glass. We do not know who the maker was. It is 5 1/2 inches high and the diameter of the opening is 3 1/4 inches. The beaker is hand blown and cut from fine crystal. There are panels which are cut out and polished like cabochon jewels, each having engraved subject matter. These engravings are symbolic. There is a pair of doves, a cornucopia with grapes, clasped hands and other symbols. There are words in German over each panel. The engraved work is exquisite. The lid is silver and is marked.