Early Slice and Scallop Cut Wine Glass With Firing Foot c1765

Heading :  Slice and scallop cut Georgian wine glass
Period : George III - c1765
Origin : England 
Colour : Clear, very good lead blue tone
Bowl : Ogee. Dentil edged cutting pattern with mitre cut vertical leaflets.Good pucella marks
Stem : Slice cut with vesica cuts between pairs of slice cut panels
Foot : Thick conical firing foot with scallop cutting. 
Pontil : Snapped 
Glass Type : Lead 
Size : 11.8cm height, 5.7cm diameter bowl, 6.2cm diameter foot
Condition : Very good period condition No chips or cracks. There is a piece of clinker in the bowl and a band of wear beneath the foot
Restoration : None 
Weight: 183 grams

This is a rarity. This is only the third example with this specific stem cutting pattern. It is the only the fifth facet cut stem on a firing foot that we have offered for sale. It is a unique combination.

 

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  • Product Code: 23010412
  • Availability: Sold
  • £175.00

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