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A Masonic Wine Goblet c1880

Heading : A masonic wihne goblet
Date : c1880
Period : Victoria
Origin : England, possibly Manchester
Colour : Clear
Bowl : Round funnel with petal cut lower bowl
Stem : Slice cut octagonal with baluster knop
Foot : Low conical
Pontil : Polished
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 15.5cm tall,   9cm bowl and 8cm foot

Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks
Restoration : None

Weight :  318 grams

We have been given a second glass dated 1871 and attributed to Molineaux Webb Manchester. This requires research. Some masonic wine glasses from the same period that were always intended to be nothing else other than masonic wine glasses have septagonal stems. Seven is a very significant number within masonry.

This has been decorated with the following masonic symbols

1. Set square and compass. The symbol of the Master of the Lodge and a remider of both earthly and spiritual duties

2. The pillars of Solomons temple and pavement

3. The eye of providence

4. A level

5. The sun and moon

6. The bible

7. A gavel

8. Masons tools

9. Jacobs ladder

10 Keys of office

11. A quill

...and more





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  • Product Code: 2019021907
  • Availability: Sold
  • £240.00

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