Rare Form Georgian Rib Moulded Pan Top Jelly Glass with a Helmet Foot 1740-60

Heading : An 18th century pan top jelly glass
Date : c1750
Period : George II- George III
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Bowl : A pan topped round funnel with rib moulding.
Stem : A short plain stem section with an angular knop, a rare feature
Foot : Radial moulded and domed
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 10.4cm tall with a 5.5cm bowl and a 5.2cm foot
Condition : Excellent
Restoration : None
Weight : 108 grams

We have classified this as a jelly glass however with calipers the internal dimension of the bowl at the highest point below the pan top is 18mm tapering to 13mm at the base. This fails the spoon test. Only an 18th century mustard spoon can reach the base of the bowl without the edge of the spoon grazing against the internal bowl, becoming stuck with the tip of the spoon well above the base. The jelly made for such a glass must have been almost liquid in order to drink it from the bowl.

This angular knop above a domed foot is a very rare feature on a jelly glass or a dram for that matter.




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  • Product Code: 22052224
  • Availability: Sold
  • £110.00

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