Chalice with a conical cup whose surface undulates up to the rim. There is a bell-shaped base and a ribbed connecting knop of dark glass. The distinctive cone form recalls the archaic models of Nordic origin, which were also made of metal. Such models were adopted by Veneto glassmakers in the first half of the sixteenth century. The chalice is analogous to these examples, which have different knop shapes and decorations, but are of similar structure and dimensions.