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Nailsea Glass Wine Carafe c1870

Heading : 19th century white Nailsea glass wine carafe
Date : c1870
Period : Victoria
Origin : English
Colour : clear cased glass with white internal trailing
Body Features : Pulled up internal trailing
Pontil : Snapped
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 17cm tall and approx. 10cm in diameter
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks, clear and clear
Restoration : None
Weight : 463 Grams

Additional Information : Established by John Robert Lucas in 1788 the Nailsea glassworks was operational in Somerset, England until 1873. This glass works specialised in bottle glass and by 1835 became the fourth largest of its kind in the UK.This type of glass was made at multiple factories from Alloa to Bristol and Forfar to Sunderland and Stourbridge. Thet are always referred to as Nailsea type but few can be attributed to the West country diretcly

References :

Nineteenth Century British Glass By Hugh Wakefield – Plate 23A. 

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  • Product Code: 2017112829
  • Availability: Sold
  • £95.00

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