Wessex House Antiques
Georgian Port Glass with Crudely Etched Jacobite Symbol c.1770
REF: FB/0/24820/733 / LA226507
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Georgian Port Glass with Crudely Etched Jacobite Symbol c.1770 This small early hand blown port glass has a drawn goblet bowl into a bladed knop stem and sits on a wide conical foot with a rough pontil mark to the underside. The bowl has been crudely etched by hand with a Jacobite symbol of oak leaves and acorns, the two acorns on each sprig representing the old and young pretenders. We welcome any enquiries regarding the glass. Please message us and we will be delighted to help.
Wessex House Antiques has clarified that the Georgian Port Glass with Crudely Etched Jacobite Symbol c.1770 (LA226507) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1770
The port glass is in excellent condition with just the usual variations within the glass commensurate with production methods of the period. Please inspect the photographs closely to assess the condition and quality of this genuine Georgian drinking glass.
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