KITCHENALIA

Glassware was not cheap in the eighteenth century as there was no such thing as mass production.  Every piece of glass was hand made by a team (or chair) of people working in what would today be considered intolerable conditions.  For that reason it was not often used for utilitarian objects that would not be seen by guests.  Kitchenalia made of Georgian glass is therefore typically seen in the jelly and syllabub glasses, egg cups, cruets and other objects that were used to serve up food. 



Wrythen panel-moulded pan top syllabub glass

Wrythen panel-moulded pan top syllabub glass

This is what we believe to be an English, Georgian, wrythen-panel moulded syllabub glass dating from the middle of the 18th century, c1760.   
 
The glass is in excellent condition for its age.  It shows age related wear and tear to both the rim of the bowl and to the rim of the foot commensurate with some 250 years of use. It has a rough pontil mark on the foot.
 
The glass has a funnel-shaped bowl with a pan-top measuring 6.3 cm (2.5 inches) in diameter.  The bowl is wrythen panel moulded with eight panels and sits on a small knop and a moulded domed foot which measures 5.3 cm (2.1 inches) in diameter.  The feet of jelly glasses were often made smaller than the bowls to ease the...

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Price: £45.00

Wrythen petal-flute moulded jelly glass

Wrythen petal-flute moulded jelly glass

This is what we believe to be an English, Georgian, wrythen-petal flute moulded jelly glass dating from the middle of the 18th century, c1760.   
 
The glass is in excellent condition for its age.  It shows age related wear and tear to both the rim of the bowl and to the rim of the foot commensurate with some 250 years of use. It has a rough pontil mark on the foot.
 
The glass has a funnel-shaped bowl with an everted rim measuring 6 cm (2.4 inches) in diameter.  The bowl is wrythen petal-flute moulded to the lower half and sits on a small knop and a conical foot which measures 5.3 cm (2.1 inches) in diameter.  The feet of jelly glasses were often made smaller than the bowls to ease the...

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Price: £35.00

Wrythen-moulded jelly glass, conical foot

Wrythen-moulded jelly glass, conical foot

This is what we believe to be an English, Georgian, wrythen-moulded jelly glass dating from the end of the 18th century, c1790.   
 
The glass is in excellent condition for its age.  It shows age related wear and tear to both the rim of the bowl and to the rim of the foot commensurate with some 230 years of use. It has a rough pontil mark on the foot which is black showing that an iron pontil was used.
 
The glass has a bell-shaped bowl with an everted rim measuring 6 cm (2.4 inches) in diameter.  The bowl sits on a small annular knop and a conical foot which measures 5.7 cm (2.3 inches) in diameter.  The feet of jelly glasses were often made smaller than the bowls to...

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Price: £35.00

Wrythen-moulded jelly glass, domed foot

Wrythen-moulded jelly glass, domed foot

This is what we believe to be a English, Georgian, wrythen-moulded jelly glass dating from the middle of the 18th century, c1760.   
 
The glass is in excellent condition for its age.  It shows age related wear and tear to both the rim of the bowl and to the rim of the foot commensurate with some 250 years of use. It has a rough pontil mark on the foot.
 
The glass has a  wrythened, bell-shaped bowl measuring 6.2 cm (2.5 inches) in diameter at the rim.  The wrythened bowl sits on a flattened, knop and a rib-moulded domed foot which measures 5.5 cm (2.2 inches) in diameter.   The glass is 10 cm (4 inches) in height.  There are no chips, cracks, significant scratches or any...

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Price: £55.00


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