Georgian Wine Glass with Vermicular Collar Air Twist Stem


Product Code:JED715

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Heading : Vermicular collar air twist Georgian wine glass c1760
Period : George II- George III
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Bowl : Bell
Stem : Vermicular ( also known as vermiform- “wormlike”)  collar on a multi spiral air twist stem
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 17.4cm tall with a 7.1 bowl and 7.9 foot
Condition : Excellent. no chips or cracks. there is a small open bubble on the underside of the foot which is insignificant
Restoration : None
Weight: 211 grams


Eighteenth Century English drinking glasses an Illustrated Guide. By L.M Bickerton – Page 155 Plate 409.

The Arthur Negus Guide To British Glass By John Brooks – Page 57 Plate 42.

English Table Glass By Percy Bate – Plate 50.

Additional information

Weight250 g


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