Date & Origin
England, c1820. Period of George IV.
A few grazes to the handle and an annealing crack to the foot which happened during manufacture.
Height: 12cm Diameter: 15.2cm including the handle.
A 19th century cut glass water jug. A pulled pouring lip featuring scallop cuts leads to a prism cut neck. The body is slice cut and has an applied handle, also featuring slice cuts. The piece rests upon a circular foot with a star cut base.
Hand-blown around the time the Irish Royal Navy captain, Edward Bransfield landed on the mainland of Antarctica.