Georgian Plain Stem Gin Glass c1730-40

£130.00 $165.04 Product Code: SG2023010831

Technical Description

An 18th-century plain stem gin glass dating to c1730/40.

It has a drawn trumpet bowl on a very thick stem with a very wide folded foot. A very nice early example, probably used for Gin rather than Wine but could be used for any spirit today.

If you would like to learn more about the fantastic diversity in plain stem glasses from the 18th century, please have a read at our recently published article on the subject by using the link below.

Identification of Georgian Glass - The English Plain Stem Drinking Glass

Date & Origin

England, c1730. Period of George II

Condition

Excellent. No chips cracks or restoration

Dimensions

Height: 13.8cm Rim Diameter: 6.2cm Foot Diameter: 7.8cm.

Historical Relevance

Hand-blown around the time the Bank of North America, the first American commercial bank opened.

 

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