Good Georgian Facet Cut Port Glass c.1790 (1 of 6)
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Good Georgian Facet Cut Port Glass c.1790

Ref: FB/0/2619/692 / LA193170

£65

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Description

This early port glass has been hand blown and cut by an artisan glass blower in the reign of George III. The weighty glass has a drawn goblet bowl with thumbnail cutting to the lower part and is drawn into a facet cut waisted stem which sits above a conical foot with a ground out pontil mark to the underside.

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Measurements

Height : 11.5 cm

Bowl diameter: 6 cm

Foot diameter: 6.5 cm

Declaration

Wessex House Antiques has clarified that the Good Georgian Facet Cut Port Glass C.1790 . (FB/0/2619/692 / LA193170) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1790.

Condition

The port glass is in excellent condition with just the usual variations within the glass which is commensurate with the production methods of the period (for example air bubbles and micro clouding where the glass cooled at a differential rate, see picture 5). Please inspect the photographs closely to assess the condition and quality of this lovely piece.

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