Date & Origin
England or Ireland, c1750. Period of George II.
Excellent, age-related wear as shown, no chips cracks or restoration
Height: 15.2 Rim diameter: 6.3cm Foot diameter: 7.7cm.
An 18th century plain stem wine glass with a large round funnel bowl which has hammer moulding to the lower half. Sits on a thick plain stem above a conical foot with snapped pontil.
18th Century Plain stem wine glasses have a strength of character unique to their form and are certainly not 'plain'. This particular example is one of the best we have had for some time. A very nice glass.
Hand-blown around the time Benjamin Franklin invented his Franklin stove.
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