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An opaque-twist wine glass of Beilby type, circa 1765, the round funnel bowl enamelled with a typical scroll border, on a stem with corkscrew and a conical foot, 14cm high

An opaque-twist wine glass of Beilby type, circa 1765, the round funnel bowl enamelled with a typical scroll border, on a stem with corkscrew and a conical foot, 14cm high

Rococo engraved wine glass c1775 Origin : Dutch Colour : Clear Bowl : Conical Bowl Features : Rococo engraving around the rim Stem : Shoulder knop Foot : Conical, folded Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Soda Size : 5⅛” tall with a 2⅜” bowl and 2⅞” foot http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-wine-glasses/18th-century-continental-glass?product_id=6008#.V7Lol1srJeg

Rococo engraved wine glass c1775 Origin : Dutch Colour : Clear Bowl : Conical Bowl Features : Rococo engraving around the rim Stem : Shoulder knop Foot : Conical, folded Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Soda Size : 5⅛” tall with a 2⅜” bowl and 2⅞” foot http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-wine-glasses/18th-century-continental-glass?product_id=6008#.V7Lol1srJeg

Wine glass, England, circa 1745, lead-crystal glass with wheel engraved decoration; opaque twist stem.  The image of a butterfly, which appears on many Jacobite glasses, is often used in conjunction with other symbolic references to the Stuart family. Its meaning is not known.

Wine glass, England, circa 1745, lead-crystal glass with wheel engraved decoration; opaque twist stem. The image of a butterfly, which appears on many Jacobite glasses, is often used in conjunction with other symbolic references to the Stuart family. Its meaning is not known.

A Dutch-engraved baluster armorial goblet, circa 1750

A Dutch-engraved baluster armorial goblet, circa 1750

Georgian mercury air twist wine glass c1750. It is a two piece drawn trumpet with a mercury air twist stem. There are a pair of spiral "mercury" cables with a further central "mercury" cable. It has a conical foot. http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-glass/air-twist/double-mercury-twist#.VjNdj9LhBeh

Georgian mercury air twist wine glass c1750. It is a two piece drawn trumpet with a mercury air twist stem. There are a pair of spiral "mercury" cables with a further central "mercury" cable. It has a conical foot. http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-glass/air-twist/double-mercury-twist#.VjNdj9LhBeh

AN ENGRAVED COLOUR-TWIST WINE GLASS - CIRCA 1770

AN ENGRAVED COLOUR-TWIST WINE GLASS - CIRCA 1770

Engraved Mercury Air Twist Ale Glass c1750 George II piece with a round funnel bowl, rib moulded, engraved with hops and ears of barley in saltire Stem Features : Pair of mercury air twist corkscrews Foot : Conical, Pontil : Snapped http://scottishantiques.com/engraved-ale-mercury-twist?filter_name=engraved#.VmC_RnbX5-c

Engraved Mercury Air Twist Ale Glass c1750 George II piece with a round funnel bowl, rib moulded, engraved with hops and ears of barley in saltire Stem Features : Pair of mercury air twist corkscrews Foot : Conical, Pontil : Snapped http://scottishantiques.com/engraved-ale-mercury-twist?filter_name=engraved#.VmC_RnbX5-c

Rare Georgian bakuster wine glass with trumpet bowl finely engraved in diamond point with a foliate band and inscribed 'A Bumper to ye King' [i.e., a toast to the King], on drawn stem with 'tear' over ball knop and domed foot. Circa 1740. Height: 7 inches. Price: £2950.00.

Rare Georgian bakuster wine glass with trumpet bowl finely engraved in diamond point with a foliate band and inscribed 'A Bumper to ye King' [i.e., a toast to the King], on drawn stem with 'tear' over ball knop and domed foot. Circa 1740. Height: 7 inches. Price: £2950.00.

Dram Glass, English, ca. 1700.  Funnel-shaped bowl over large shoulder knop over stem and smaller knop. Conical foot.

Dram Glass, English, ca. 1700. Funnel-shaped bowl over large shoulder knop over stem and smaller knop. Conical foot.

JACOBITE INTEREST : GEORGE II DRAWN TRUMPET AIRTWIST WINE GLASS England, c1745-50; The funnel bowl engraved with : the Stuart 5-petaled rose and accompanying two buds (symbolizing the Stuart monarchs, the deposed James II heirs, James III and Charles, later known as Bonnie Prince Charlie*), an oak leaf (Charles II escape from the Cromwellians by hiding in the Boscobel Oak tree in 1651) and a sun (restoration of the Stuart kings), raised above a tapering airtwist stem and a plain conical foot…

JACOBITE INTEREST : GEORGE II DRAWN TRUMPET AIRTWIST WINE GLASS England, c1745-50; The funnel bowl engraved with : the Stuart 5-petaled rose and accompanying two buds (symbolizing the Stuart monarchs, the deposed James II heirs, James III and Charles, later known as Bonnie Prince Charlie*), an oak leaf (Charles II escape from the Cromwellians by hiding in the Boscobel Oak tree in 1651) and a sun (restoration of the Stuart kings), raised above a tapering airtwist stem and a plain conical foot…

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