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GEORGE I TWO-TEARED BALUSTER WINE GLASS

England, c1720

 

George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720

 

The bell bowl having a solid base with single tear
above a stem with upper annulated knop over an inverted baluster
with a further tear, and a basal knop,
the foot, domed and folded; snapped pontil; collector's marks and numbers verso

 

Provenance : Sotheby's June 1970, The Harding Collection

 

Of Interest : The inverted baluster is considered the most comfortable to hold in the hand.

 

Condition : Excellent without chips, cracks or restoration;
light and minor wear appropriate to age and usage.

 

6.5" High, The Rim 3" Wide, The Foot 3" Wide

8.1oz.

 

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George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720

 

George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720

 

George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720

 

George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720   George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720
     
George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720   George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720
     

George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720

 

 


 

Also See :

 

     
  Queen Anne / George I Heavy Baluster Small Wine Glass   George II Baluster Wine with Two Tears, England, c1730  

 

 


 

William III / Queen Anne Heavy Baluster Goblet, England, c1700-1710

England, c1700-1710, 7.5" High

An almost identical goblet is illustrated, "Investing in Georgian Glass", (Ward Lloyd, p.38)

George I / II Baluster Cordial or Gin Glass

England, c1720-30, 5.5" High

George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, c1720

England, c1720, 6.5" High

Provenance : 'The Harding Collection', Sotheby's London

 

 

 

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George I Two-Teared Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1720 

 

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