The West Yorkshire Regiment 14th Foot Engraved Ale Glass c1830


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Heading : The 14th West Yorkshire Regiment engraved ale glass
Period : William IV
Origin : England 
Colour : Clear 
Bowl : Petal cut funnel bowl. Engraved the 14 Regt with cipher JB and braided swags
Stem : Bladed knop
Foot : Terraced square foot
Glass Type : Lead 
Size :  14.5cm height.  6.0cm diameter bowl. 5cm x 5cmfoot 
Condition : Chips on corners of the foot. burst bubble in the base of the bowl
Restoration : None 
Weight:  192grams 

The regiment was raised in 1685 in Yorkshire. In combination with three Highland companies from the Clan Ross. Clan Sutherland and Clan Fraser a it was instrumental in putting an end to the Jacobite uprising of 1719 at the battle of Glen Shiel. Despite being hugely outnumbered by the Jacobites the aggression shown by the Regiment received praise from all quarters including those Spanish adversaries who never supported the Jacobite cause again.

The regiment was also in the thick of the action at Culloden and their fighting prowess was commented upon in parliament. The regiment also defended Gibraltar during the siege. The colours of the West Yorkshire Regiment didn’t run.



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Weight250 g


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