Georgian Opaque Twist Cordial Glass c1760
Heading : An 18th century cordial glass with opaque twist stem
Period : Geiorge II- George III
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Bowl : Small petal moulded round funnel with solid section within the base.
Stem : a 12 ply spiral band out side a pair of corkscrew tapes
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size : Height 16.4cms, bowl diameter 5.1cms, foot 7.4cms
Condition : There is a 3mm long and 1mm deep chip on the rim of the foot
Restoration : None
Most dealers would have this glass restored prior to sale. The foot would be deemed to be more than large enough to be trimmed, polished and have artificial wear applied. If you would like this to be "polished" or restored with a resin fill then please do ask. We will arrange this for you free of charge if required.
References :Eighteenth Century English drinking glasses an Illustrated Guide. By L.M Bickerton – Page 219 Plate 655.
Glass By Geoffrey Wills – Page 30 Plate 37.
- Product Code: 2019092201
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