Date & Origin
England, c1860. Period of Victoria.
Excellent, age-related wear as shown.
Height: 25.1cm Bowl diameter: 11.8cm Foot diameter: 12.3cm.
An engraved 19th century glass goblet. The round funnel bowl is engraved with a hunting scene including fox hounds, John Peel blowing his horn and his horse Dunny. The opposite is engraved Dye Ken John Peel. The elegant stem features a teared ball knop with cushion knops above and below. A conical foot with a rough pontil supports the piece.
Hand-blown and engraved around the time of John Peel’s death in 1854, the fame of Peel is owed to a song written in his honour, of which the name is engraved on this glass D’ye Ken John Peel.
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