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Tazzas, Sweetmeats, Jellies

Jelly glasses, syllabubs and custard cups were used to serve desserts and often displayed on a pyramid of tazzas, topped by a sweetmeat.

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Georgian sweetmeat: double-ogee bowl with everted lip engraved with a circular floral band on eight-sided pedestal stem with annulated collars, on folded foot.  
c. 1750.  6 1/2"/16.5cm. h.
GE716
SOLD

 

 Georgian jelly with everted lip on collar-knop stem & octagonal lemon-squeezer foot.
 c. 1800.  4 3/8"/11cm. h.

GC596
SOLD

 

 

 


Pair of Georgian bell-bowl jelly glasses on collar knops &, unusually, circular lemon-squeezer feet.  
c. 1800.  4 3/8"/11cm. h.

GE750
SOLD

 

 Pair of Georgian jelly glasses on basal knops, with everted lips.  
c. 4 1/4"/11cm. h.

GB61F
Price 48

 

 

 


19th century custard or punch cup with gadrooned base & loop handle.
c. 1830s.  2 5/8"/6.75cm. h.

GE674
SOLD

 

Collectors' drinking glasses

Decanters, carafes, jugs

Tazzas, sweetmeats, jellies

Table glass

Rummers

Collectors' curiosities

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Venetian/Murano

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