London, South Kensington
29 September 2009
FIVE VARIOUS DRINKING GLASSES
18TH CENTURY, ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL
Comprising: a baluster wine glass with funnel bowl and knopped stem on a folded conical foot; another with a bell bowl and knopped stem; another baluster wine glass; and two pedestal stemmed wine glasses
The first 6 in. (15.3 cm.) high (5)
Plesch Collection (Gg 15A, Gg 13E, Gg 14G, Gg 17F, Gg 15B); the first Anon. sale Sotheby's, 18th December 1961, lot 14; the second acquired from Mrs Wise, n.d.; the third acquired from Wilkinson, February 1970; the fourth glass acquired from Carol Ketley at the Olympia Fair, June 1994; the fifth acquired from Christine Bridge, March 1986.
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