DescriptionAn early 19th century Georgian Regency of William IV period Bristol green wine glass. The bowl is of upright form and would be classed as an elongated rounded funnel. The baluster form stem has a cylindrical knop at the top and there is a basal collar linking the stem to the foot. The foot is conical and the pontil has been ground out in exagerrated form. It is made in English lead glass and has a nice form being different from the usual green examples.
Good order with minor wear. Despite the exuberent polishing of the pontil width wise there are still some (indented) traces of the scar to the underside.