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Selection of wine glasses: late19th-early 20th century

James Powell and Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd

Selection of wine glasses: late19th-early 20th century
3 0 c m
actual image size: 29cm x 22cm

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Selection of wine glasses showing the variants of the Philip Webb designs dated c1860, produced at the Whitefriars factory between 1880s and 1930s. From left to right: Wine glass in green glass which is a variant of a glass designed for William Morris. Port or sherry glass made in Sky Blue glass with elements of Philip Webb and T.G. Jackson designs. Sky Blue was developed by Harry Powell in 1912 as a lead glass version of Alsatian Blue soda glass. Wine glass in Flint colourless glass, straight sided bowl with central 'bulge' on quatrefoil solid twisted stem on plain foot. Wine glass made in Sky Blue glass which is a later variant of a design by Philip Webb. This version being produced between 1912 and early 1930s.

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1880 AD - 1930 AD
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