Date & Origin
England, c1890. Period of Victoria.
Excellent, age-related wear as shown.
Height: 10.1cm Bowl diameter: 6cm Foot diameter: 7.1cm.
Engraved 19th century Masonic firing glass. The bucket bowl rests upon a large flattened ball knop and is engraved with SHERBORNE LODGE 1004. This is all supported by a thick firing foot with a polished pontil.
Hand-blown around the time The Forth Bridge, across the Firth of Forth in Scotland was opened to rail traffic, on the 4th of march 1890.
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