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RARE GEORGE I GLASS 'TAPERED BALUSTER' TAPERSTICK

England, c1720

 

 

The small heavy-walled round funnel bowl
over a 'tapering baluster' stem headed by a single knop,
raised on an applied terraced folded foot; rough snapped pontil;
the foot verso with an old collector's pen inscribed label :
"Taperstick
Boswell gift
Aug 4 '09"

 

Condition : Excellent with light expected wear, and good footrim wear;

footrim out of round, and applied off center, but not reshaped;

bubbles and blobs at stem-foot juncture

 

4.25" High / The Foot, 2" Diameter / 2.2 oz.

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

 

#8021

 

 

 

 

Reverse Side

 

 

 

An old collector's pen inscribed label : "Taperstick Boswell gift Aug 4 '09", and remains of another;

also a museum inventory number

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

George I Glass 'Tapered Baluster' Taperstick, England, c1720, & a Early George III Cast Rococo Silver Taperstick, Hex Foil Base, 1760

 

Rare George I Glass 'Tapered Baluster' Taperstick, England, c1720 (right)

Shown With A

Early George III Cast Rococo Silver Taperstick, Hex Foil Base & Bobeche

William Gould, London, 1760 

 


 

 

 

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Rare George I Glass'Tapered Baluster' Taperstick, England, c1720 

 

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