Pair of Antique 19th Century Engraved Glass Tumblers c1880

£55.00 $75.66 Product Code: 2018071410

Date & Origin

England or Europe, c1880.

Condition

Excellent, age-related wear as shown.

Dimensions

Height: 11.1cm   Diameter: 7.4cm

Weight

559 grams combined

Technical Description

Pair of engraved 19th-century glass tumblers. The bowl is tapering with an engraved floral band. A thick base with a broadly polished pontil completes the piece. These examples are soda glass but have a good weight,

Historical Relevance

Hand-blown around the time Queen Victoria narrowly escaped assassination when Roderick Maclean shot at her while boarding a train in Windsor in 1882.

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