Jacobite Engraved Opaque Twist Wine Glass c1760
Heading : A Jacobite engraved Georgian wine glass c1760
Period : George II / George III - c1760
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Bowl : Round funnel engraved with Jacobite rose, one opening and one closed bud with a moth.
Stem : Double series opaque twist with medial swelling knop
Stem Features : Central swelling knop. A pair of spiral tapes outwith a pair of corkscrew threads
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 15.1cm height, 5.6cm diameter bowl, 6.8cm diameter foot.
Condition : An approximately 2mm black inclusion within the stem. Small particles of clinker within the bowl. There is a fleabite chip on the underside of the footrim in the wear line, this is difficult to observe.
Restoration : None
Weight: 164 grams
Most probably engraver C according to Seddon
The Jacobites and their Drinking Glasses By Geoffrey B. Seddon – Page 79 Plate 25 & Page 86 Plates 16 & 17.
English, Scottish & Irish Table Glass By G. Bernard Hughes – Page 240 Figure 197.
The History of Glass By Dan Klein and Ward Lloyd – Page 131.
The Turnbull Collection of English 18th Century Drinking Glasses By Martine S. Newby – Page 31.
- Product Code: 20043014
- Availability: Sold