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RARE 18TH CENTURY JACOBITE GLASS MID-18TH CENTURY the tall tapered bowl on a slight tapered

RARE 18TH CENTURY JACOBITE GLASS MID-18TH CENTURY the tall tapered bowl on a slight tapered hexagonal facetted stem all raised on an octagonal facetted circular foot, the underside of the bowl at join with stem with engraved arched and spiked decoration, which, when viewed through the base of the bowl when drinking displays a Jacobite rose Height: 20.5cm, Diameter of foot: 8.6cm Estimate £400-600 + fees Note: This 18th century Jacobite glass is a new discovery in the hidden symbolism used in glassware of the period. In Seddon's seminal work 'The Jacobites and Their Drinking Glasses' no examples of the rose hidden in this form are recorded. The shape of glass is most commonly associated with English manufacture, and it may have been used by an English Jacobite supporter. Without doubt the English Jacobite supporters, post 1746, were closely watched by their Hanoverian neighbours and showing any overt support for the cause could result in lands being seized, status taken, and even death. Leave a Bid Bid in the Room Bid Live OnlineBid on the Telephone, RARE 18TH CENTURY JACOBITE GLASS, Estimate £400-600, + fees, Note: This 18th century Jacobite glass is a new discovery in the hidden symbolism used in glassware of the period. In Seddon's seminal work 'The Jacobites and Their Drinking Glasses' no examples of the rose hidden in this form are recorded. The shape of glass is most commonly associated with English manufacture, and it may have been used by an English Jacobite supporter. Without doubt the English Jacobite supporters, post 1746, were closely watched by their Hanoverian neighbours and showing any overt support for the cause could result in lands being seized, status taken, and even death. Leave a Bid Bid in the Room Bid Live OnlineBid on the Telephone, Leave a Bid, Leave a Bid Bid in the Room, Bid in the Room, Bid Live Online, Bid on the TelephoneLeggi di più

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