'Scottish National Exhibition' Cranberry Glass Jug c1908

£120.00 $151.07 Product Code: 2018071407

Date & Origin 

Lanarkshire, Scotland, c1908. Period of Edward VII.

Condition

Excellent, age-related wear as shown.

Dimensions 

Height: 17.7cm Diameter: 16.5cm.

Weight

749 grams

Technical Description 

20th century etched cranberry glass jug. A pulled pouring section and applied clear handle. The body is etched with the following; ‘To Mrs Thomas’. A view of Holyrood Palace above ‘Souvenier of Scottish national exhibition Edinburgh 1908’. Finally the Scottish Royal Arms above the text ‘A Present from the Scottish National Exhibition Edinburgh 1908, John Baird Ltd Glasgow’. A polished pontil completes the piece. A rare piece of Scottish History.

Historical Relevance 

Hand-blown around the time the SOS (· · · – – – · · ·) distress signal became the worldwide standard call for help.

One Size
Item added to basket. Click here to view basket.
Please select a size from above to proceed.

Complemented Items

  • Engraved 19th Century Glass Tankard c1870

    Engraved 19th Century Glass Tankard c1870

    £145.00 $182.54
  • Tall Georgian Facet Cut Champagne Flute Glass with Air Tear c1780

    Tall Georgian Facet Cut Champagne Flute Glass with Air Tear c1780

    £290.00 $365.08
  • Enamelled 19th Century Victorian Glass Decanter c1900

    Enamelled 19th Century Victorian Glass Decanter c1900

    £55.00 $69.24
  • Rare Pair of Royal Worcester  Porcelain Trough Centerpieces 1869

    Rare Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Trough Centerpieces 1869

    £1,750.00 $2,203.08