Pair Glass Stirrup Cups
Heading : Two cut glass stirrup cup
Period : Victorian-Edwardian
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Bowl : Funnel, petal cut
Stem : Hexagonal slice cut with facet cut knop and terminal
Glass Type : Lead free
Size : 17.2cm height, 8.8cm diameter bowl
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks .
Restoration : None
Weight: 292 grams
In 1872 it became illegal to be in drunk in charge of a horse on the highways and byeways or any other public place. I wonder if noawdays within the equine community they have a designated rider? From a personal perspective I would require stiff drink to be persuaded to get into the saddle, however, these are very useful in these times of social responsibility and for barbeques. You are unable to put the glass down , other than when empty and this reduces the possibility of mistaking your glass for that of another.
- Product Code: 20060333
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