Thu, 30th Jan 2020 15:30

The British & Continental Ceramics & Glass Auction

 
  Lot 1334
 

AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS OF POSSIBLE JACOBITE SIGNIFICANCE

Sold for £600


Condition Report
Two small chips to edge of foot. Please see additional images uploaded.

 

18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS OF POSSIBLE JACOBITE SIGNIFICANCE,
the drawn trumpet bowl engraved with the six petal Jacobite rose flanked by opened and closed buds, alongside an oak leaf and the Latin motto 'Fiat', above a a single series air-twist stem, and circular foot, the base with sticker noting 'Formely the property of the Saunders of Saunders' Grove, Co. Wicklow. Purchased in 1903 from the Saunders', 16cm high

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