Glassmaker: Unknown (Uncertain)
Straight-sided bowl (restored) with a band half way up embellished with moulded raspberry prunts and rose bosses, and moulded gadrooning on the underside; the stem composed of heavy quatrefoil knops twice repeated separated by collars, folded foot. The cover decorated with moulded gadrooning and similar bosses, surmounted by an open crown with frilled loops, and a spire at the top.
History note: Unknown before testator
D.H. Beves Bequest
Method of acquisition: Bequeathed (1961) by Beves, Donald H.
Production date: circa AD 1675
Openwork crown finials were a feature of 18th century Norwegian ceremonial glass, and are also found on late 17th century glass from the Kungsholm Glasshouse in Sweden.
Diameter 18.8 cm
Height 23.5 cm
Goblet Diameter 18 cm Height 35 cm
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