Thu, 30th Jan 2020 15:30

The British & Continental Ceramics & Glass Auction

 
  Lot 1333
 

A MID-18TH CENTURY FIRING GLASS ALONG WITH THREE OTHER GLASSES

Sold for £110


Condition Report
The firing glass has been repaired to the stem where it meets the base. Otherwise the lot is undamaged.

 

MID-18TH CENTURY FIRING GLASS,
the ogee bucket bowl above a double series opaque twist stem and heavy circular foot, 10cm high, along with an 18th century ale flute, the drawn bowl engraved with barley, above a plain stem and circular foot, 19cm high, a 19th century wine glass, the bell bowl engraved with two grouse above a hollow knopped stem and folded circular foot, 17cm high, and a late 18th/early 19th century wine glass, 14cm high (4)

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