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.
The rigde on the stem left by a footboard is quite evident. These mimic the early 19th century equivalents in many respects. Such styles were adopted by the Antique English Glass Company, Hill Ousten, James Powell and numerous others on the continent.
The colour and form is right for a Georgian glass. However note the differences. The glass is free from any inclusions, there are no fold lines in the bowl, these differences however are not always obvious within images. The pontil scar has a smooth flat
A fine piece of Royal memorabilia, an Edward VIII accession tankard in excellent condition. For more Royal memorabilia and antique glassware, antique porcelain, and antique silverware please visit Scottish Antiques online store.
A very fine sterling silver topped decanter from 1908 in good condition. For our wide range of antique silverware and antique glassware as well as antique porcelain please visit Scottish Antiques online store.
A fine wine glass or goblet if you prefer engraved with hop bines. This is a most attractive composition. The deployment of hop bines on a large wine glass is most unusual but it is aesthetically pleasing
There was a whole industry in germany from the mid 18th century to the 1930s which specialised in items for dolls houses. Everything in miniature. I doubt that this set was ever played with, it does not have a scratch !
A pair of Edwardian facet cut candlesticks in the Georgian style from c1900. For more antique glassware including Georgian wine glasses, Georgian table glasses, and a wide range of Victorian glass please visit ScottishAntiques.com