Date & Origin
England, c1765. Period of George III.
Excellent, age-related wear as shown. There is an insignificant small bruise on the wear line, which requires an eyeglass to be seen. Very much part of the natural wear of the glass.
Height: 15.5cm Rim diameter: 5.2cm Foot diameter: 6.7cm.
A rare 18th century antique wine glass. A round funnel bowl rests upon a mixed twist stem. The stem is comprised of a spiral air cable opposite a spiral opaque thread, This surrounds an intertwined air and opaque column. A fine example, the piece is supported by a conical foot with a rough pontil.
Hand-made around the time Taylors & Lloyds Bank was established in Birmingham in 1765.
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