A pair of mid Victorian finger rinser bowls dating around 1870. They are finished in a half frosted and half clear design. The upper section of the bowls are etched with a Greek Key design. The bases are star cut. These were used for rinsing your hands and freshening up at the dinner table. These examples are in good quality lead glass material.
Minor air bubble inclusions. Generally in very good order with little wear for period.
Height: 8 cm ( 3 1/4 inch )
Width: 12.4 cm ( 4 7/8 inch )
Weight: 628 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 6649 JN17-1
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