England, c1740




The bell bowl with teared weighted bottom, set on a beaded knop,
the lower row of tears descending down the inverted baluster stem, which has a further small tear

above a conical foot


Provenance :

The Scrivener Collection, with collector's label verso, (#108), and a second collector’s label (no. 139)

An almost identical example is illustrated in  Old English Drinking Glasses,

Grant R. Francis (1926) pl. VI, no.31  


Condition: Very good to excellent; several very light lateral scratches to the interior of

the bowl at the midway section; no chips, cracks or restoration

6.25" High






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George II Baluster Wine Glass, England, c1740, Provenance: The Scrivener Collection, with two collector's labels verso