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Composite Stem Wine Glass Engraved With the Coat of Arms of the Dutch Republic c1740

Heading : Composite stem wine glass engraved with Dutch Coat of Arms 
Period : George II
Origin : England 
Colour : Clear 
Bowl : Funnel
Stem :A ball knop and angular knop above a six sided pedestal with diamonds on the shoulder, blade knop and ball knop cushion 
Foot : Domed and folded
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size :  19cm height, 7.5cm diameter bowl, 7.5cm diameter base
Condition : No chips or cracks. Some scratches inside the bowl
Restoration : None
Weight: 250g

The coat of arms is that of the Dutch Republic. Usually the central lion holds a sword and seven arrows representing the seven provinces of the Dutch Republic. The House of Orange-Nassau would eventually assume the crest as their own when the republic became a monarchy in 1815. 

References :

Investing in Georgian Glass by Ward Lloyd Pgs. 47 and 57

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  • Product Code: 2019040203
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  • £2,600.00

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