A small Georgian ale glass. This certainly was not for "small beer" a drink that was consumed during the day instead of water
a hommage to mid 19th century glass cutting.
A pair of Thomas Webb rich cut crystal decanters. Rich cutting began in America, this combination of deep cuts and complex motifs quickly spread and was adopted in Europe and is continued today
This was made in London the year before the battle of Waterloo. This is in fabulous consition and will provide good service for another 200 years
he bowl is very large for a firing glass. These will have been a favourite for Lodge meetings, the bowl is easily large anough for wine and the foot sturdy enough to laud the after dinner speakers.
When full this glass holds one American quart or a pint and a half with room for the head on the beer. In the 18th century beer was sold in pint and a half measures until the weights and measures act in 1824. A superb and ergonomic glass, fewere trips to
The feet were often made in a separate glass house by "pinchers". Come and see this and more at the Scottish antique shop online
A Stuart crystal glass decanters exhibiting superb cutting with a set of six matching glasses, the perfect set for a gift
A Set of six engraved port wine glasses by John Walsh
Vintage glassware in a world of styles, collectibles on every page
A hand cut to clear wine glass with an amethyst bowl
English manufacturer Stuart Crystal are known for contributions to the art of crystal glass production. Vintage English crystal glassware from the Scottish antique store online
A Tallyrand pattern decanter by Baccarat
Hill ousten cut glass water jug
A wonderfully modern decanter for sale, designed by Frank Thrower
The style of cutting on the glass is unmistakably that of Stevens and Williams
A pair of Wine glass rinsers with Jacobite engravings. Made by Webb in Stourbridge, England.
A wonderful fan vase by Webb Corbett. Famed for their cutting styles and quality.
A pair of engraved wine glasses by John Walsh
A large French glass sweetmeat, excellent quality
A small antique vase, flashed blue and cut to clear in the true French style
The Kennedy bowl has a limited quantity of 100 pieces worldwide. Part of the Heritage collection each piece is crafted by a master cutter.
A set of six elegant port wine glasses by one of the most influential glassmakers of France. Baccarat recieved their first royal commission in 1823 which lead to a long running supply of important clients.
A pair of moulded wine goblets in the style of rich cutting for a fraction of the cost. Rather that worry about how to date glassware try enjoying one first !
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