M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
 

 

GEORGIAN DECEPTIVE TOASTMASTER’S GLASS

England, c1820

 

 

 

The culindrical bucket bowl with single applied loop handle to the side,
over a double knopped-stem and conical foot
 
Note : Toastmasters requires speciqal glasses wtih deceptively shallow bowls
to enable them to consume less alcohol with their repetitive toasts.
I have not previously encouted another with a side handle.


Condition : No damage observed;
crazing and small bubbles within the thick glass, visible most under bright lights - as in those needed for photography;
they were created in the making and in now injuruious to the glass itself
 
4.5" High
 
PRICE : PLEASE INQUIRE

 
#6902 

 

 

Unusual Georgian Deceptive Toastmaster's Glass, England, c1820

 

Unusual Georgian Deceptive Toastmaster's Glass, England, c1820

 

Unusual Georgian Deceptive Toastmaster's Glass, England, c1820, rim

 

Unusual Georgian Deceptive Toastmaster's Glass, c1820, foot verso

 

 

 

 


 

 

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