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Port glasses, port wine glasses to be strictly correct be they crystal port glasses, antique traditional port glasses from the 18th or 19th century or port sipper glasses are a dining essential. The development of traditional port glasses in 18th century Britain arose from a combination of politics and British entrepreneurship. In the 17th century increased duty on French wine and the ultimate ban on imported French wines lead to merchants seeking other sources of supply, including smuggling

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Heading : Gilded and Engraved Glass Date : c1760 Period : Charles III Origin : Spain Colour : Clear Bowl : Conical Bowl Features : Engraved and Gilded with rose and leaves Stem : Plain Foot : Conical Pontil : Snapped Type : Soda Size : 4 1/2 inches tall with a 2 3/8 inch bowl and 2 3/8 inch foot    Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks. It has two air bubbles in the bowl as shown. Restoration : None Weight: 80 grams Port Wine Glasses, French Wine, Wines, Soda, Period, Restoration, Spain, Bubbles, Chips

Heading : Gilded and Engraved Glass Date : c1760 Period : Charles III Origin : Spain Colour : Clear Bowl : Conical Bowl Features : Engraved and Gilded with rose and leaves Stem : Plain Foot : Conical Pontil : Snapped Type : Soda Size : 4 1/2 inches tall with a 2 3/8 inch bowl and 2 3/8 inch foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks. It has two air bubbles in the bowl as shown. Restoration : None Weight: 80 grams

A fine example of glas cutters workmanship, this glass has a thistle bowl with cross cut diamonds and a notch and star cut foot. Port Wine Glasses, French Wine, Wines, Diamond Cuts, Chips, Band, Crystals, Sash, Potato Chip

SOLD - Thistle-Shaped Wine Glass c1810

Heading : Wine glass Date : c1810 Period : George III Origin : Anglo-Irish Colour : Clear Bowl : Thistle Bowl Features : Everted rim with a band of cross cut diamonds around the base Stem : Slice cut Size : 3 7/8 inches tall with a 2 1/4 inch bowl and 2 1/4 inch foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Weight : 160 Grams A rare foot and bowl combination which we have never had before. You can see an example of this cutting and foot style on page 226 of Irish Glass by Phelps Warren

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Mason Jar Wine Glass, Moulding, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, Chips, Traditional

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Georgian port wine glass Date : c1815 Period : George III Origin : Irish Colour : Clear Bowl : Cup Bowl Features :‘twisted rib moulding’ Stem : Annulated shoulder cushion above a central angular knop Foot : Flat Pontil : Star cut Glass Type : Lead Size : 3 15/16 inches tall with a 2 ½ inch bowl and 2 1/8 inch foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 240 Grams Please see ‘Irish Glass by Phelps Warren‘ page 99/100 plates 55 & 56 for a featured…

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, Wines, Chips, Traditional, Crystals

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Early 19thcentury wine glass Date : c1830 Period : William IV Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : Lipped round funnel Bowl Features : Scale and diamond facet cutting Stem : Inverted baluster Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Glass Type : Lead Size : 5 inches tall with a 2 1/2 bowl and 2 3/8 inch foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight: 147 grams

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, Cut Glass, Clear Glass, French Wine, Antique Glass, Wines, Chips, Traditional

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Port wine glass Date : c1820 Period : William 1V Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : Bell with slice cutting Stem : Shoulder knop above a baluster knop Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Glass Type : Lead Size : 4 7/8 inches tall with a 2 3/8 inch bowl and 2 3/8 inch foot Condition : Excellect, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 98 grams

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, Wines, Chips, Traditional, Crystals

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Georgian wine glass Date : c1820-40 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : Conical with slice cutting Stem : Hollow ball knop above angular knop Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Glass Type : Lead Size : 5 inches tall with a 2 3/8 inch bowl and 2 3/8 inch foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 111 grams Additional Information : A very rare form and the first of its kind for scottish antiques

Heading : Six 18th and 19th century port and gin glasses Date : c1750-1840 Period : George II to Queen Victoria Origin : England and Europe Colour : Clear Bowl : Various Stem : Various Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished and snapped Glass Type : Lead and Soda Size : Tallest is 10.8cm  Condition : No chips or cracks, a few air bubbles to the bowls Restoration : None Weight : 558 grams Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Mason Jar Wine Glass, Queen Victoria, 19th Century, Soda, Bowls, Period

Heading : Six 18th and 19th century port and gin glasses Date : c1750-1840 Period : George II to Queen Victoria Origin : England and Europe Colour : Clear Bowl : Various Stem : Various Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished and snapped Glass Type : Lead and Soda Size : Tallest is 10.8cm Condition : No chips or cracks, a few air bubbles to the bowls Restoration : None Weight : 558 grams

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, Georgian, Wines, Period, Restoration

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Georgian port wine glass Date : c1810 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A bucket bowl with slice cutting Stem : An angular knop Foot : Conical Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Lead Size : 10.5cm tall with a 6cm bowl and 5.9cm foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 138 grams

Heading : Pair of  wine glasses Date : c1835 Period : William IV Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : An incurved bucket bowl with a band of slice cuts below a band of diamonds  Stem : Angular knop Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Type : Lead Size : 13cm tall with a 5.5cm bowl and a 6.1cm foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None  Weight : 337 grams combined Port Wine Glasses, French Wine, Mason Jar Wine Glass, Period, Restoration, Chips, Diamonds, Bucket, England

Heading : Pair of wine glasses Date : c1835 Period : William IV Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : An incurved bucket bowl with a band of slice cuts below a band of diamonds Stem : Angular knop Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Type : Lead Size : 13cm tall with a 5.5cm bowl and a 6.1cm foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 337 grams combined

Heading : Pair of 19th century port wine glasses Date : c1810 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A lipped conical bowl with slice cutting Stem : Annulated shoulder knop and a ball knop Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Glass Type : Lead Size : 11.7cm tall with a 6.1cm bowl and a 6cm foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 223 grams Port Wine Glasses, French Wine, Wines, 19th Century, Restoration, Chips, Antiques, Architecture Sketches, Nice Asses

Heading : Pair of 19th century port wine glasses Date : c1810 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A lipped conical bowl with slice cutting Stem : Annulated shoulder knop and a ball knop Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Glass Type : Lead Size : 11.7cm tall with a 6.1cm bowl and a 6cm foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 223 grams

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, Georgian, Wines, Period, Restoration

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Georgian port wine glass Period : George III Date : c1800 Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A round funnel bowl Stem : Slice cut Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Glass Type : Lead Size : 12.3cm tall with 5.4cm bowl and 6.3cm foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 152 grams

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, Antique Glassware, French Wine, Antique Stores, Hurricane Glass, Cut Glass, Crystals, Antiques

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Port wine glass Date : c1760-90 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A petal moulded bucket bowl Stem : Ball knop with rib moulding Foot : Conical Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Lead Size : 10.7cm tall with a 5.9cm bowl and 6.1cm foot Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks Restoration : None Weight : 123 grams Petal moulding is common on gin and port glasses with bell and round funnel bowls. This is a second we have encountered on a small bucket bowl.

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, 19th Century, Size 12, Traditional, Drink

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Engraved 19th century wine glasses Date : c1800 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A drawn conical with slice cutting and an engraved measurement line Foot : Conical Pontil : Polished Glass Type : Lead Size : 12.4cm tall with a 6.9cm bowl and a 6.9cm foot Condition : Fine Restoration : None Weight : 264 grams combined References : Miller’s Collecting Glass By Sarah Yates – Page 52.

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Mason Jar Wine Glass, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, Wines, Chips, Size 12

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Set of four port wine glasses Date : c1780 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A Conical bowl engraved with a band of highly decorative swags Stem : Plain Foot : Conical Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Lead Size : 12.1cm tall with a 6.1cm bowl and a 6.5cm foot Condition : Two glasses have chips to the feet, the largest measuring 5mm Restoration : None Weight : 528 grams combined

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Antique Glass, Hurricane Glass, Cut Glass, Wines, 19th Century, Traditional

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Engraved 19th century port wine glass Date : c1810 Period : George III Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : A bucket bowl engraved with fruiting vines Stem : Angular knop and a basal knop Foot : Conical and folded Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Lead Size : 11cm tall with a 5.7cm rim and a 5.5cm foot Condition : Fine Restoration : None Weight : 97 grams

Traditional port glasses, port sipper glasses, Georgian port wine glasses, Antique glass to be used and admired with port wine. We also carry some crystal port glasses for those not wanting and century styles Port Wine Glasses, Gin Glasses, French Wine, Antique Glass, Cut Glass, Wines, 19th Century, Bows, Traditional

Traditional Port Glasses, Port Sipper Glasses and Crystal Port Glasses.

Heading : Engraved 19th century port wine glass Date : c1740 Period : George II Origin : England Colour : Clear Bowl : Drawn round funnel bowl engraved with bows and swags Stem : Plain Foot : Conical and folded Pontil : Snapped Glass Type : Lead Size : 11.8cm tall with a 5.9cm rim and a 6.3cm foot Condition : Fine Restoration : None Weight : 104 grams