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Syllabub glasses

Scope note

Special glasses introduced in the 18th century for drinking syllabub. Early examples have two handles and a spout; late-18th-century examples have one or no handles and no spout.

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

3000201911

Broader Terms used

drinking glasses

Equivalent Terms used

syllabub glass

Created

11yrs ago

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