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Antiques Atlas - English Hollow Stem Bristol Green Wine Glass C1800

Antiques Atlas - English Hollow Stem Bristol Green Wine Glass C1800

A superb and very rare Georgian Rhenish wine glass c1780 made in the style of a "Roemer" for export from England to Northern Europe in the mid 18th cen. It has a Wrythen Cup bowl with a supporting milled collar at the base. The stem is hollow, ribbed and has applied raspberry prunts. Sits on a conical folded foot with a snapped pontil. http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-wine-glasses/regency-coloured?product_id=1626#.Vj8JCKToq-4

century Georgian coloured wine glasses were produced via the addition of metal compounds to glass

An opaque-twist wine glass of Beilby type, circa 1765, the round funnel bowl enamelled with a typical scroll border, on a stem with corkscrew and a conical foot, 14cm high

An opaque-twist wine glass of Beilby type, circa the round funnel bowl enamelled with a typical scroll border, on a stem with corkscrew and a conical foot, high

Engraved Georgian Mixed Twist Cordial Glass c1760 Round funnel bowl with a solid section at the base and engraved with fruiting vine Mixed twist stem with a pair of spiral tapes outside a lace gauze with a single air column from top to bottom within the gauze; conical foot  http://scottishantiques.com/engraved-cordial?filter_name=engraved#.VmdUcXbX5-c

Engraved Georgian Mixed Twist Cordial Glass c1760 Round funnel bowl with a solid section at the base and engraved with fruiting vine Mixed twist stem with a pair of spiral tapes outside a lace gauze with a single air column from top to bottom within the gauze; conical foot http://scottishantiques.com/engraved-cordial?filter_name=engraved#.VmdUcXbX5-c

A STEMMED-GLASS (KRAUTSTRUNK) CIRCA 1500, GERMAN Of watery-green tint, the compressed bowl with an everted rim above a thread, applied with a band of prunts above a pinched collar, on a baluster stem supported by an openwork foot 4 5/8 in. (11.5 cm.) high

A STEMMED-GLASS (KRAUTSTRUNK) CIRCA GERMAN Of watery-green tint, the compressed bowl with an everted rim above a thread, applied with a band of prunts above a pinched collar, on a baluster stem supported by an openwork foot 4 in.

Antiques Atlas - Georgian Short Stem Opaque Twist Wine Glass C1760

All Other Glass, Georgian Short Stem Opaque Twist Wine Glass Heading : Georgian opaque twist wine glass

The Jacobite Torpichon Baluster-Stemmed Goblet. Hand-Blown & Engraved Glass. Engraved with a Jacobite Rose and Two Buds. Circa 1750. 10" (26cm).

The Jacobite Torpichon Baluster-Stemmed Goblet I Hand-Blown & Engraved Glass I Engraved with a Jacobite Rose and Two Buds I ca.

Engraved Georgian Wine Glass c1740 Origin : English Bowl : Ogee Bowl Features : Engraved with fruiting vine Stem : Plain with air tear Foot : Conical, folded Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Clear Lead Size : 5½” tall, 1⅞” bowl and 2¾” folded foot http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-wine-glasses/plain-stems?product_id=6119#.V9h71WZ2lpc

Engraved Georgian Wine Glass c1740 Origin : English Bowl : Ogee Bowl Features : Engraved with fruiting vine Stem : Plain with air tear Foot : Conical, folded Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Clear Lead Size : 5½” tall, 1⅞” bowl and 2¾” folded foot http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-wine-glasses/plain-stems?product_id=6119#.V9h71WZ2lpc

Goblet, c. 1745, possibly with later engraving. Artist/maker unknown, English. Lead-crystal glass with wheel-engraved decoration; drawn stem, Height: 8 3/8 inches (21.3 cm). Philadelphia Museum of Art, The George H. Lorimer Collection, 1953.

Goblet I ca. 1745 (possibly with later engravingI I Artist/maker unknown, English I Lead-crystal glass with wheel-engraved decoration;

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