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A Masonic firing glass late 18th / early 19th century, engraved with a set square and pair of compasses around the letter G, raised on a double series opaque twist stem and thick foot, 11cm.

A Masonic firing glass late 18th / early 19th century, engraved with a set square and pair of compasses around the letter G, raised on a double series opaque twist stem and thick foot, 11cm.

A Masonic firing glass late 18th / early 19th century, engraved with a set square and pair of compasses around the letter G, raised on a double series opaque twist stem and thick foot, 11cm.

A Masonic firing glass late 18th / early 19th century, engraved with a set square and pair of compasses around the letter G, raised on a double series opaque twist stem and thick foot, 11cm.

An unusual wine glass 2nd half 18th century, with an octagonal bowl raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 15cm.

An unusual wine glass 2nd half 18th century, with an octagonal bowl raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 15cm.

Two wine glasses and an ale glass 2nd half 18th century, the ale typically engraved with hops and barley, the wines with flowers, all raised on multiple series opaque twist stems, 17.5cm max. (3)

Two wine glasses and an ale glass 2nd half 18th century, the ale typically engraved with hops and barley, the wines with flowers, all raised on multiple series opaque twist stems, 17.5cm max. (3)

Two wine glasses 2nd half 18th century, engraved in the Jacobite style with a large rose, one with a butterfly and raised on an airtwist stem, the other with a sunburst raised on an opaque twist stem, 15cm. (2)

Two wine glasses 2nd half 18th century, engraved in the Jacobite style with a large rose, one with a butterfly and raised on an airtwist stem, the other with a sunburst raised on an opaque twist stem, 15cm. (2)

gold ruby glass corning museum of glass

gold ruby glass corning museum of glass

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English and European Ceramics and Glass.   A Johann Kunckel ruby glass c.1680, set into 19th Continental silver mounts of angel masks and mythical beasts, the glass removable from the base, 18.5cm overall.  Johann Kunckel (c.1630-1703) was the chemist and alchemist credited with the development of ruby glass coloured by gold prior to 1679, as mentioned in the first edition of Ars Vitraria.

English and European Ceramics and Glass. A Johann Kunckel ruby glass c.1680, set into 19th Continental silver mounts of angel masks and mythical beasts, the glass removable from the base, 18.5cm overall. Johann Kunckel (c.1630-1703) was the chemist and alchemist credited with the development of ruby glass coloured by gold prior to 1679, as mentioned in the first edition of Ars Vitraria.

A rare Beilby enamelled wine glass c.1765, decorated in white with four floral garlands, probably by Mary Beilby, raised on a plain stem above a folded foot, 14cm. Cf. J. Rush, A Beilby Odyssey, p.60, pl.18 for a glass with the same design raised on an opaque twist stem. It is extremely unusual to find a Beilby glass raised on a plain stem.

A rare Beilby enamelled wine glass c.1765, decorated in white with four floral garlands, probably by Mary Beilby, raised on a plain stem above a folded foot, 14cm. Cf. J. Rush, A Beilby Odyssey, p.60, pl.18 for a glass with the same design raised on an opaque twist stem. It is extremely unusual to find a Beilby glass raised on a plain stem.


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