Selection of whitefriars glasses: late 19th-early 20th century
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Selection of glasses with blown hollow stems based on 16th and 17th century types displayed in museums. From left to right: Hock glass made in Flint colourless glass with a bell-shaped bowl set on a hollow blown cigar-shaped stem over an optic blown ribbed foot; Tall liqueur glass made in Sea Green glass with a bell-shaped bowl decorated with an applied wavy trail or frill of Palest Blue around the lower part on a merese and slender hollow cigar-shaped stem over a plain foot with folded edge; Wine glass with bowl and foot made in Flint colourless glass and a stem in Pale Amber and a plain tulip-shaped bowl; Liqueur glass made in Sea Green glass with a plain wide shallow bowl.
1880 AD - 1919 AD