M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS

 

 

EARLY GEORGE III DRAM FIRING GLASS, OVERSEWN FOOT
England, c1765

 

 

The ovoid bowl on a short plain stem above a somewhat scarce oversewn firing foot
(where a series of vertical strands are tooled or pre-cast around the rim of the foot,
producing the appearance of an oversewn garment hem); snapped pontil

 

Condition : Excellent, without chips or restoration;
the oversewn foot with a few bubbles and an upper surface scratch (visible below)

 

3.5" High, The Rim 1-7/8" Wide, The Foot 2.25" Wide

 

300.00

 

#7235

 

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Four George III Firing Glasses - Click Each, or Link Below for Detail Page

 

George III Unusually Cut Firing Glass, the basal cuts as hearts

Early George III Dram Firing Glass with Oversewn Foot

George III Engraved Masonic Firing Glass

Early George III Terraced Foot Opaque Twist Firing Glass

 

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

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Early George III Dram Firing Glass with Oversewn Foot, England, c1765