Victorian era Gin Glasses, wee dram glasses, cordial glasses all hand blown glass from the 19th century.
The perfect gin must be served neat in a a small glass not unlike a shot glass. Gin balloon glasses for gin and tonic and gin cocktail glasses are a 20th century invention. Please see the art deco section for some stunning enamelled stemmed glasses. Please remember that Victorian glass and antique gin glasses are green and cost less than the modern equivalents
If you are looking for a whisky glass then a wee dram glass could fit the bill. If you require a tumbler then please look in the tankards and tumblers section.
A very fine Victorian prism cut gin glass from c1850 in excellent condition. For more antique glassware, including a wide range of Victorian drinking glasses, please visit Scottish Antiques online store.
Set of six Victorian glass custard cups c1880. A set of six Victorian custard cups. A stylish way to serve your punch or desserts.These little cups are back in vogue. By all means use them for punch or a gin sorbet but we have also seen them used to serv
An interesting selection of mixed glasses spanning the years of the nineteenth century. Mostly wine or port glasses, they each feature different styles and sizes. Examples of snapped and polished pontils, five with petal cut bowls, one with a fluted bow
Two very fine Victorian dram glasses, both with attractive slice cut deceptive bowls. You will find these on our online antique store scottishantiques.com with a large choice of interesting antique Victorian drinking glasses.