Ale Glass

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Date:Not Recorded

Description:Short ale drinking glass, with a straight-sided bowl. It is wrythen-fluted on a short knopped stem with a folded foot. It is early wrythen and was made on the continent.


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1700s
Ale Glass
Ale Glass

Drinking glass, c.1700-1725. It has a tall, straight-sided bowl over a solid base. ...

1720s
Wine Glass
Wine Glass

Drawn trumpet bowl drinking glass, with a solid base on a double-knopped heavy baluster ...

1740s
Wine Glass
Wine Glass

Drinking glass, made in Newcastle, with a bell-shaped bowl on a single-knopped stem ...

1760s
Wine Glass
Wine Glass

Drinking glass with an ovoid bowl on an opaque twist stem and plain foot, c.1760....

1780s
Beer Jug
Beer Jug

Old English glass beer jug of baluster form. The body is engraved with hops, barley ...

1790s
Ale Jug
Ale Jug

Glass ale jug, moulded at the base with raised flutes and a high folded foot. The ...

1820s
Coin Goblet
Coin Goblet

Tall coin goblet, with a richly engraved bowl that is decorated with the rose and ...

1870s
Wine Glass
Wine Glass

Drinking glass with a bell-shaped bowl and a thick base containing a circle of tear ...

1910s
Claret Jug
Claret Jug

Decanter from England, 1915. A cut glass and silver mounted jug. This claret jug ...

1960s
Cocktail Tumbler
Cocktail Tumbler

Stuart & Sons Stuart Crystal c.1963 A cocktail tumbler, made in Stourbridge, ...

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Donor ref: LEAMG : M2019.1955.49 (68/24668)

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