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From 1700 to 1800 saw an interesting progression of stem styles in glasses for drinking wine, cordials and spirit, more or less in the following order:
Balusters and balustroids
Pedestal stems
Plain stems
Air twists
Opaque twists
Incised twists
Facet stems 

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Pair of elegant Georgian bucket-bowl wine glasses on plain stems & big feet.
 c. 1780.  5 1/4"/13.5cm. h.

GE922
Price 120

 

 Classic Georgian plain stem cordial glass: small ogee bowl, long stem, large folded foot. c. 1740. Good dark, heavy metal.
6 1/4"/16cm.

GC505
Price 340

 

 

 


Very fine Georgian plain stem wine: round-funnel bowl engraved with generous swags, on high conical folded foot.  
c. 1745.  6 1/8"/15.5cm. h.

GE712
SOLD

 

Please note abbreviations:
MSAT = Multiple-spiral air twist
DSAT = Double-series air twist
SSAT = Single-series air twist
 DSOT = Double-series opaque twist
MSOT = Multiple-spiral opaque twist
SSOT = Single-series opaque twist 

 

 
Elegant Georgian cordial, the hammered funnel-bowl on fine mercury twist stem & large foot.
 c. 1750.  5 1/2"/14cm. h.

GE972
Price 340

 

 

 


Georgian DSAT wine (pair of corkscrews outside cable), ogee-bowl with moulded spiral fluting, on large conical foot.  
c. 1750.  5 1/2"/14cm. h.

GE852
SOLD

 

 


Georgian DSOT (pair of 5-ply tapes o/s pair of spiral tapes): ogee-bowl wine on conical foot.  c. 1760.  
5 1/2"/14cm. h., foot 2 9/16"/6.5cm. d., bowl 2 1/16"/5.2cm. d.

GE731
SOLD

 

 
Georgian DSOT (single thread o/s corkscrew) wine glass: round funnel bowl with spiralled basal flutes, good conical foot.  c. 1760.  
5 3/8"/14cm. h., bowl 2 1/8"/5.5cm. d., foot 2 11/16"/6.9cm. d.

GE732
Price 310

 

 

 


Georgian SSOT wine (two spiral gauzes): round funnel bowl, high conical foot.  
c. 1760.  6 1/8"/15.5cm. h.

GE726
SOLD

 

 


A rare Georgian gin glass with deeply incised twist stem continuing into drawn bowl to form ribs.  
c. 1760.  3 3/8"/9cm. h.

GE917
SOLD

 

 
Georgian hexagonally facetted stem wine glass on large foot, funnel bowl.
c. 1780.  5 1/4"/13.5cm. h.

GE724
SOLD

 

 

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