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RARE GEORGE III JACOBITE INTEREST ENGRAVED GLASS BEAKER

England, c1765-75

 

George III Rare Engraved Jacobite Interest Glass Beaker, England, 1765-75

 

The tapering glass weighted at the base,
engraved to the front with 2 "multi-petaled roses", each issuing two rosebuds,
rising from thorny stems and sided by leafy sprays,
the reverse with three bees in flight; snapped pontil

 

Note : Of the 487 glasses examined by Geoffrey B. Seddon for
Jacobites and Their Drinking Glasses,
27 glasses engraved with multi-petaled roses were recorded
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Condition : Excellent; heavy weight and good grey tone,
having good striation and several minor inclusions

 

5" High / 4" Wide (Rim) / 3" Wide (Foot) / 14.1 oz. Weight

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

 

#7626

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also See :

 

George II Jacobite Dram or Firinhg Glass, Rose & Thistle

 

George II Jacobite Engraved Dram or Firing Glass

England, Mid_18th Century

Engraved with a Jacobite 6-petaled rose sided by two buds

issuing from thorny stems.;
the reverse with a thistle raised on an upright thorny stem
and two thistle leaves

 


 

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