A Jacobite Wine Glass - Engraver F -c1750

Heading : Jacobite Wine Glass - Engraver F - c1750
Period : George II or George III
Origin : London
Stem Features : Opaque twist with a swollen medial knop; two broad spiralling flat tapes outside a pair of spiralling threads
Bowl Features : A moth or butterfly, and a rose with two buds - one closed and the other opening; all of these are in the style of 'Engraver F" as categorised by Mr Seddon, below
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 15.5 cm tall - bowl 6.1 cm diameter - foot 7.8 cm diameter
Condition : Very good; two bubbles to the bowl; no issues with stem; foot has seven chips to the underside of the rim, one of which is a v-shaped nick with the others being small flakes;
Restoration : None
Weight : 178g

References : The Jacobites and their Drinking Glasses (Geoffrey Seddon; 1995)

It still amazes me that we are almost alone in selling glasses with chips. Our integrity is everything.

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  • £650.00

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