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Six Engraved Large Rummer Glasses c1900

Heading : Six rummer glasses
Period : Victoria - Edward VII
Date : c1900
Origin : England
Colour : Clear and bright
Bowl : Pointed funnel engraved with fruiting vines and polished detail. Cut and polished petals on lower bowl that continue down to a slice cut stem
Stem : Partly slice cut
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead

Size : Approx 15.2cm tall with approx 10cm bowl and 7.2cm foot 
Condition : Fine condition with several tiny nibbles to facet edges on stems
Restoration : None
Weight : 1339 grams combined

Fruiting vines are one of the most common of all engraved designs on English glassware. The glass is clear and quite bright. There was a resurgence of interest in georgian style in the early 20th century, a general rejection of elaborate Victorian style. This reached its zenith with the clean lines and highly geometric designs of the art deco.

The same form of glass was still being produced by Webb in the mid 1950s with deco engraved designs by Irene Stevens.

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  • Product Code: 2018091725
  • Availability: 1
  • £230.00


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