This listing is for a rare SET OF TWELVE very early cut glass stemware. They are Anglo Irish / England.
Hand blown, copper wheel cut, hand polished.
Georgian Period - They date very early circa 1810.
OUTSTANDING TO FIND A SET OF TWELVE THAT HAVE SURVIVED THROUGH THE AGES.
Cordial - sherry - port - wine - glass - stemware.
The cutting on the stem is beautiful It has been cut into nine panels which is very unusual. Each one of the cuts in the diamond pattern on the glass reflects like a prism. Just like the skill the Dorflinger cutters had. The cutting on the base is very unusual.
Each glass is approx. 4 3/8" tall and 2 1/8" wide.
This set of twelve is for the true collector. It is so very rare to find a set this large that we do not want to break it up.
The glass is a clear color. They are in excellent antique condition. There are a few very very tiny flicks here and there. One glass has a chip but it feels smooth - more like a slice out of the side. It could easily be repaired. Any white in the photos is from my camera flash. As with all antique glass, you will see signs of use. Please examine the photos very carefully to add to my description. Ask all needed questions before purchase.
This listing is for 12 glasses but you are only paying for 11 glasses.
PHOTOS DO NOT DO JUSTICE TO THEIR BEAUTY.
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