Five various Georgian wine and cordial glasses, mid 18th century, (5) the largest with airtwist stem, two with opaque twist stems and two with plain stems, bell and conical bowls, conical foot, (5), tallest 17.5 cm, 16.5 cm, 15.5 cm, 15.0 cm, 14.5 cm
A fine Newcastle wine glass, circa 1750 the pointed round funnel bowl with solid base, Dutch engraved with the motto ' Vaincre ou Mourir ', (Conquer or Perish) and depicting fighting cocks, supported on a cushioned annular shoulder knop above a teared drop
A set of six wine flutes, circa 1760, (6) each having a trumpet bowl, the mixed twist stem with pair of air spiral ribbons outside opaque gauze, on domed feet, (6), 18.5 cm high. Provenance: John Wilson Antiques, Melbourne
A Georgian wine glass together with a Georgian ale glass, circa 1750, (2) the wine glass having a flared drawn trumpet bowl with baroque engraving to the rim, supported on a multiple spiral air twist stem, supported on a folded foot, the ale glass with rou
Two Georgian wine glasses, circa 1765, (2) the first having a stepped 'Lynn' round funnel bowl, supported on a stem with six ply opaque twist outside a pair of opaque spiral tapes, terminating in a plain foot, the second having an ogee bowl, the stem with
Two Georgian wine glasses, circa 1765 and 1760 respectively, (2) the first having a pointed round funnel bowl, resting on a stem decorated with an opaque twist 12 ply spiral band outside a pair of tapes, terminating in a plain foot, the second having an en
Five 19th century wine or cordial glasses, comprising five slightly different glasses, plain drawn trumpet bowl, raised on plain stem and fluted or plain foot, four with air bubble stem, (one with chips) the tallest 18.2 cm high
Two Air twist wine glasses in the Georgian manner, a multi spiral white air twist wine glass with a bell bowl, and a funnel shaped glass with a clear air twist stem with a single knop, the latter with chip to rim, both with striations to the bowls and foot
A rare armorial Georgian wine glass, 18th century, bearing the Clifton family crest with a composite air twist stem over a clear baluster knop with a concave spreading foot bearing a sharp pontil scar, the bucket bowl with a fine foliate border and a clear
A pair of Georgian wine glass rinsers, circa 1810, the waisted bowls with double pouring spouts, slice cut to the lower bowl, the circular footed base with a starburst design underside. Height 9.5 cm. Diameter 11 cm
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