London, South Kensington
24 May 2007
THREE BRITISH WINE-GLASSES AND ONE CONTINENTAL EXAMPLE
Comprising: two with opaque-twist stems, both with ogee bowls, one with hammered flutes; a plain-stemmed wine-glass, the funnel bowl engraved with a bird and a rose, conical folded foot; and a Low Countries example, the bell-bowl engraved with a 'Jacobite' rose and buds and an insect, on a double-knopped opaque-twist stem and conical foot
The tallest 6 7/8 in. (17.5 cm.) high (4)
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