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We have a constantly changing stock of antique English glassware mainly of the 18th & early 19th centuries, the Georgian period,: decanters, carafes, jugs, plain, engraved & cut, collectors' drinking glasses with baluster, air, incised & opaque twist stems, Silesian & facet-cut stems, drams, glasses for sherry & port, deceptive glasses, firing glasses, ale & champagne flutes, tumblers, rummers, goblets, tazzas, sweetmeat & jelly glasses, curiosities such as lacemaker lamps, toddy lifters, & Nailsea objects; also a selection of Venetian/Murano glass.


  Margaret Hopkins
 Frank Dux Antiques

 Selection of antique glass



Dating of our glass:

The Georgian period covers the years 1714-1830, including the Regency, 1811-1820, during which the first four Georges reigned as Kings of England.

During this time the English became famous for the excellence of their "glass of lead". Invented by George Ravenscroft in the late 17th century, it took over in favour from Venetian soda glass which had dominated the European market for centuries.

After the short reign of William IV in the 1830s, the Victorian period runs to the early twentieth century, followed by the Edwardian.




Our stock is now on display & can be purchased at Trilogie Antiques, 45 Long Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire.  
They are open Mon. - Sat. 10 - 5 pm, Sun. 11 - 4 pm.  Tel 01666 502440.  
If a visit to Tetbury is not convenient, items can still be bought direct from our website, addressing all enquiries by e-mail to Margaret Hopkins.


Browse a current selection of our stock

Collectors' drinking glasses

Decanters, carafes, jugs




Collectors' curiosities

Ale & champagne glasses

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Last update
21 May 2016
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