Most major glassmakers in England produced commercial lines of glassware in the early 20th century in the Georgian style. These are another example of this reversion to a simplicity and elegance after three decades of elaborate rich cutting and intense de
This style of engraving was used by Hodgetts, Webb and Richardson from 1880 onwards.We are unable to locate this in anyb of the pattern books, however, the identical shape was produced by Richardsons in the early 20th century
The early 20th century saw a resurgence of interest in Georgian style, a reaction to decades of elaborate Victoriana. These galsses are in the Georgian style, but the are very moch of the 20th century.
An striking Pomona green Victorian wine glass with an attractive and wonderfully tall facet cut stem. You can find it on our on-line antiques store together with a large selection of our other Victorian wine glasses,