This is a very good hand-blown, Jacobite English, mid-Georgian, wine drinking glass with an engraved bowl and an opaque twist stem, dating from the middle of the 18th century, circa 1760.
Jacobite glasses have historical significance and are very collectable.
This glass is made from English led glass which is relatively heavy and has a soft grey colour.
This glass has a drawn ogee bowl which has been hand engraved with the Jacobite symbols of a five petal rose with a bird on the reverse side. The bowl leads into a very good double series opaque or cotton twist stem, (DSOT). The stem leads to a good conical foot having a rough snapped off pontil mark to the underside.
Overall a beautiful Jacobite wine glass.
Bowl Diameter: 5 cm
Foot Diameter : 6.9cm
CONDITION. Very Good antique condition. NO Damage.
Internal Ref: G 462
Height = 14.5 cm (5.7")
Width = 6.9 cm (2.7")
Depth = 6.9 cm (2.7")
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SKU: G 462
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