This is a Bohemian art glass tumbler or goblet. The date is the late 19th century, circa 1890.
The tumbler is 5 ¼" high and 2 7/8" wide at the top.
The glass is clear.
The shape has a round foot. It can also function as a small vase or a holder.
The glass is covered with tiny white coralene beads that give a decoration of grape leaves. There are clusters of white enameled grapes. A vine of coralene beads winds around the top of the foot. The base has arches of white beads, with the arches outlined in gold.
The rim is polished flat and trimmed in gold. There is a lot of age wear on the gold. There is more gold trim around the foot with some age wear.
There is one pinprick nibble on the rim that does not show in a photo. There are no other nicks, chips or cracks.
The bottom is flat with a slightly indented, smooth and round indentation in the middle, perhaps for a pontil.