Irish Cut Glass Standing Bowl c1810
Heading : A fine Georgian glass standing bowl
Date : c1810
Period : George II
Origin : Ireland
Colour : Clear, typical grey blue hue.
Bowl : Eliptical. Turned-over rim with bands of interlocking split cuts
Stem : Plain with medial vall knop
Foot : Lemon squeexer
Pontil : Moulded
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 20cm tall, 30cm bowl and 12cm foot
Condition : There is a 1cm triangular slice chip at one corner of the base. Multiple inclusons within the glass
Restoration : None
Weight : 2292 grams
Additional Information : See ‘Irish Glass by Phelps Warren‘. This fine antique Irish glass can be attributed Cork as the cutting characteristics suggest, note the alternate prisms to the inverted rim and the large hollow facets to the body. In particular this piece exhibits the style of ‘soft’, flat cutting associated with Cork Glass Co. See pages 187 & 124/125 plate 86. You can also see an example of this bowl within 'Irish Glass' by Mary Boydell on plate 24, and 'English & Irish Glass' by W.A. Thorpe on page 31 plate B
Glass By Geoffrey Wills – Page 32 Plate 40.
An Illustrated Dictionary of Glass By Harold Newman – Page 318.
Miller’s Glass Buyers Guide – Page 22.
Miller’s Collecting Glass By Sarah Yates – Page 119.
English & Irish Glass By W. A. Thorpe – Figure 29a.
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