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James Giles Gilded Wine Glass c1770

Heading : James Giles decorated glass
Date : c1770
Period : George III
Origin : England
Colour : Clear and gold
Bowl : An ogee with gilded rim and gilt fruiting vine
Stem : Diamond facet cut with central swelling knop
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 16.7cm tall with a 6.6cm bowl and a 7.7cm foot
Condition : Minor wear to the gilding
Restoration : None
Weight : 217 grams

Additional Information : From the atelier of James Giles, better known for his decoration of porcelain but his glass is very highly regarded. Gilded glasswares accounted for about twenty percent of all output of the atelier. The evidence for this is within the 1774 Christies catalogue for a sale held when the assets of the atelier were sold to cover debts.

References : Eighteenth Century English drinking glasses an Illustrated Guide. By L.M Bickerton – Page 247 Plate 767.

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  • £425.00


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