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An 18th Century Double Ended Dram Glass

Heading : A double ended dram glass
Date : Second half 18th century
Origin : Low countries, North east France or Belgium
Colour : Clear
Bowl : A ribbed bell and a round funnel
Stem : Two ribbed flatened knops
Foot : The rim of lower bowl
Pontil : The pontil mark is on the base of the clear bowl
Glass Type : Soda lime
Size :   9.4cm tall, 4.4cm ribbed bowl, 3.8cm clear bowl
Condition : There is wear on both rims
Restoration : None
Weight : 41g

The sooty particles within the glass are a feature of their manufacture and not a flaw. There are also fold lines , "pucella marks" visible in the clear bowl. We have only seen English lead examples previously from the mid 18th century. This is the first of two continental examples. Many thanks to the Musee des Art Decoratifs for their invaluable assistance and answering our questions and for showing us the collection.

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  • Product Code: 2018101725
  • Availability: Sold
  • £95.00

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