An early 19th century late Georgian period jelly glass. It has a long conical bowl with everted rim and the lower half of the bowl is cut with flutes. The bowl is connected to the stem with a knop and the foot is conical and has had the pontil scar ground and polished out. These glasses were popular during the 18th and early 19th century and again in the later 19th century for liquid type desserts such as syllabub or custards. The glasses would be stacked on tiers of tazza to make an attractive disply. These custards and syllabubs were often served as palette cleansers between courses.
Wear to the base as expected, body good with a few scratches.