DescriptionA Georgian period Bristol Green wine glass dating around 1800. It is an English lead glass example and it has a conical foot with a ground and polished pontil. It is produced in two parts with the bowl and stem drawn together and the foot applied. It is of tulip form with a particularly generous capacity for the period. A good example and fine to use, these glasses make good alternative white wine glass.
A few air bubbles and mineral inclusions typical for the period and minor wear. A tiny flea bite to the underside of the foot rim.
Height: 13 cm ( 5 1/8 inch )
Width: 6.7 cm ( 2 5/8 inch )
Weight: 122 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 0584 JN17-1
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