Date & Origin
England, c1850. Period of Victoria.
Excellent, age-related wear and some minor grazing to the cuts as shown.
Height: 10.7cm Diameter: 7.9cm.
A cut and engraved 19th century glass tumbler. A tapered body decorated with a band of Greek key engraving above pillar cutting. The base is finished with a star cut pontil.
Hand-blown around the time the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations in the Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London was opened by Queen Victoria on the 1st of May 1851.