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Victorian Quart Capacity Rummer c1865

Heading : A Victorian quart capacity rummer
Period : Victoria 1850-1875
Origin : England 
Colour : Clear 
Bowl : Petal cut bucket. Engraved copperscript monogram JA
Stem : Blade knop collar and cushion. Large medial ball knop
Foot : Low conical
Pontil : Polished
Glass Type : Lead 
Size : 20.5 cm height,  13.0cm diameter bowl, 11.4 cm diameter foot 
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks. One small piece of clinker in the bowl
Restoration : None 
Weight: 1030 grams 

The quart has been a de facto legal measure of beer in the licensed trade since 1824 and it remains so to this day. The only issue is that very few pubs have quart glasses. Many still have yard glasses that are a standard length but the 2 1/2 pint capacity has never been standardised to this day. Interestingly the yard glass evolved in glassmaking houses as a means of refreshing the glassblowers during the reign of James II







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