10 July 2007
WINE-GLASS WITH TAPERING CYLINDER STEM WITH TEAR INCLUSION
The bell-bowl set on a knop and a merese on a tapered cylindrical section enclosing a tear set on a short basal section, domed and folded foot
6 in. (15.2 cm.) high
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Cf. L.M. Bickerton, English Drinking Glasses, An Illustrated Guide (London, 1986), p. 78, no. 109, for an example in the Cecil Higgins Museum, Bedford.
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