This is a looser search result and will generally return more items. Description Victorian Air twist Cordial glass. The air pattern could be varied by altering the arrangement of nails in the former. For a general enquiry click. The stem leads to a conical foot which measures 7 cm 2. The difference on this piece as having a strong possibilty of American manufacture is the base of the glass is quite different then the English glass in the mid to late 1700s. For a general enquiry click.
The bowl is plain and sits on a baluster plain stem consisting of a cushion knop, a triple annular knop, an inverted baluster containing a well-worked air tear and a small basal knop. W1532 Fine Georgian wine glasss with bucket bowl engraved with a growing vine bearing grapes and vine leaves, on airtwist stem with single spiral cable. Most of the air twist glasses in America in colonial times came from England. The bowl is plain with a solid, heavy bottom containing an air tear. This is a strict search result. « Less Vintage Items Vendor Details This decorative Italian commode is wonderful for so many designs! The piece had been found in East Petersburgh Pennsylvania and has a good chance of being made at Stiegels second glass works where he added fine tableware to his catalouge.
The largest private collection of which is held by the MacKinnon family heirs of Drambuie fame whose ancestors provided safe haven for Bonnie Prince Charles as he fled Scotland dressed as the maid of. In 1745 England began to tax one penny per pound the raw materials for making glass, Scottish glass makers responded by incorporating air into the stems of glasses both artistic and designed to make the glass go farther universally known as Jacobite Twist Stemware. Enjoy the pictures and please call for more details! Look at the detail and how minute the glass strings are in the stem which is only on average three eighths of an inch thick. One gets the impression that, for ordinary tableware, mass production was more important for the overseas glassmakers than the quality or diversity of the product. W1540 Superb Georgian large bucket shaped rummer engraved with the 'Union' emblems rose, thistle and shamrock.
This stone arrowhead represents the innate human drive to altar the environment, to innovate, and to conquer. W10393 Good pair of Georgian ale flutes engraved with hops and barley over a row of small cut lenticles above basal broad flutes, on annulated knop and plain stem. Your Search Options You have two options for searching. Delivery will be from 5 to 10 days from the time you place your order. Lightweight orders from 1 lb to 3.
The glass is also made from Flint glass and rings quite loud when tapped. A portrait of Helios, the sun god, wearing a crown of rays graces the obverse. As well, the delicate serrated edge could be used to cut and prepare the meat for cooking. They were soon replaced by the inverted baluster with the swelling at the top, making it easier to keep hold of the glass. All communications occur between the buyer and the antique dealer, Sellingantiques Ltd is not involved or responsible for terms of sale.
The stem leads to a conical, folded foot which measures 7. W1504 Beautiful Georgian 'Newcastle' goblet with funnel bowl finely engraved with flowers, foliage birds and scrollwork, on stem with annulated knop over elongated inverted baluster knop. This same decoration is on the bottom inside of the tea bow. The stem leads to a domed, folded foot which measures 7. The bowl is plain and sits on a multi spiral air twist stem, the air trails reaching up into the base of the bowl.
Rolling the blowing iron and fixing the opposite end of the glass stem with pucellas fabricated the twist. For a general enquiry click. « Less Asian Antiques Vendor Details American glass paperweight inspires Auditorium Building, in Chicago, Illinois, noted on the image in fine print, secured with brown leather. The bowl is plain and sits on a knop and a multi spiral air twist inverted baluster stem and high conical foot which measures 7. W1537 Rare Georgian wine glass with octgonal bowl, on stem cut with hexagonal facets.
Many of these glasses are engraved with sentiments suggestive of toasting, particularly the Jacobite cause. The plaque is made of nice carved wood. Condition; Perfect 500 pieces of quality antique furniture at Country Homes Antiques Stirling Scotland. We have over 100 antique categories, including antique jewelry, antique furniture, antique toys, Asian antiques and many, many more! The art of glass making in Britain was at its apex during the 18th century and the lowly drinking glass became the focal point of intensely competitive craftsmanship and the vehicle for political intrigue. The bowl sits on a double series air twist stem consisting of four air cables would around a central, thick air cable. All orders are shipped from our North Carolina warehouse. The glass excise act created an imperative to reduce the taxable weight of glasses and the resultant air twist ensued Air twists increased the brilliance of the stems via the introduction of most commonly six or more evenly spaced bubbles into the gather of glass via nails fixed into a wooden former and then drawing this into a stem.
The stem leads to a conical foot which measures 7. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. W7998 Lovely Georgian wine glass with round funnel bowl engraved with a hatched and festooned border with pendants over sprays of foliage, on opaque twist stem with spiral lace twist over corkscrew. The paper print on the plaque has some scuff marks. Also there are quite a few srings wrapped around each other like a barber shop pole. For a general enquiry click. As we reach into our pockets to pull out some change, we rarely hesitate to think of who touched the coin before us, or where the coin will venture to after us.
When an antique dealer uploads an item for display on Sellingantiques they are requested to make a formal declaration as to the date of its manufacture. If you do not enter a shipping cost at this point, Country Homes Antiques Stirling may request a further payment from you to cover shipping. If a flat oval rather than a round nail was used refractive gave a shining surface to the thread so bright that it was suggested that the threads had been filled with mercury! The tray has a few dings and slight warps on the edges. A classic art glass producer hailing from Corning, New York, Steuben Glass Works enjoyed over a century as one of the most celebrated American glass creators. It also has very fine carvings and is a very well made piece in great condition! They were an 18th century evolution from the air tears and twisted tears in earlier plain stem glasses. This is a picture taken with a soft light.