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view 2006am0388 jpg s Unknown CER Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street 1760-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1760 (made) Wine glass, probably Belgium (possibly Li├Ęge), 1850-1900 Height: 19.1 cm, Diameter: 7.2 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 2977 British Galleries: Champagne was one of the many popular wines to be imported during the second... 2014-08-29T19:29:48.000Z 2014-08-29T19:29:48.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Engraved glass, with air-twist stem 5299-1901 52991901 O1290 Champagne glass 1 England 2006AM0388 Object Type A typical flute glass of the mid-18th century, of a type made both for strong ale and... 3 VA champagne-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1760 1750 view
view 2006am0422 jpg s Unknown CER Given by C. B. Farmer 1784-12-31 1775-01-01 ca. 1780 (made) Wine glass, England, 1780-1800, 52 A-1904 Height: 12.5 cm, Diameter: 7.3 cm British Galleries, room 118a 2978 British Galleries: Much of the wine drinking at dinner was kept until after the main meal, when... 2014-08-29T19:29:48.000Z 2014-08-29T19:29:48.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Engraved glass 52A-1904 52a1904 O1291 Wine glass 1 Stem: faceted; Bowl: ogee England 2006AM0422 Object Type A typical wine glass of the late 18th century, this example, with its elaborate and... 3 VA wine-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1784 1775 view
view 2006am5885 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Mrs C. E. M. Parker 1775-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1775 (made) Jelly glass, England, , 1725-1775, C.10-1950 . Height: 8.9 cm, Diameter: 7 cm rim British Galleries, room 118a 3790 British Galleries: One of the most popular forms of dessert centrepiece was the jelly tree. This... 2014-08-29T19:31:55.000Z 2014-08-29T19:31:55.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Glass, with mould-blown mesh pattern C.10-1950 c101950 O2153 Jelly glass 1 Bowl: honeycomb-moulded England 2006AM5885 Object Type One of the simplest form of jelly glass, a funnel-shaped bowl on a slightly-domed... 3 VA jelly-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1750 view
view 2006am7344 jpg s Unknown CER Bequeathed by Mrs Barlow 1750-12-31 1725-01-01 1725-1750 (made) Sweetmeat glass,1740-1760, C.175-1918 Height: 14 cm, Diameter: 11 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 4586 Intended for a crystallised fruit, and known in the 18th Century as a Top Glass or Orange... 2014-08-29T19:34:15.000Z 2014-08-29T19:34:15.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Glass, with moulded pedestal stem C.175-1918 c1751918 O3018 Sweetmeat glass 1 Foot: folded; Stem: moulded pedestal; Bowl: lipped England 2006AM7344 Object Type This type of flaring glass dish on a tall foot was made throughout the 18th century.... 3 VA sweetmeat-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1750 1725 view
view 2006am6984 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Francis Buckley 1775-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1775 (made) Vase for a single flower, England, 1750-1775 Height: 9.3 cm, Diameter: 3.2 cm British Galleries, room 118a 5614 Made as an inverted moulded pedestal stem British Galleries: One of the most popular forms of... 2014-08-29T19:37:03.000Z 2014-08-29T19:37:03.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Mould-blown and wrought glass C.2-1911 c21911 O4098 Vase 1 England 2006AM6984 Object Type The original name for these tiny glass single-flower vases is not known. However,... 3 VA vase-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1750 view
view 2006am5850 jpg s Unknown CER Given by C. Rees Price and Mrs Jeanie H. R. Price 1775-12-31 1760-01-01 1760-1775 (made) Dessert wine glass, England, 1760-1775 Height: 14.6 cm, Width: 6.3 cm British Galleries, room 118a 5696 British Galleries: A sweet wine was offered with the dessert. It was served in delicate glasses... 2014-08-29T19:37:18.000Z 2014-08-29T19:37:18.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Blown and wrought glass, with opaque-twist stem C.313-1925 c3131925 O4190 Glass 1 Dessert wine glass. Foot: plain; Stem: opaque-twist; Bowl: ogee England 2006AM5850 Object Type English wine glasses of the 18th century vary considerably, not just in form but... 3 VA glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1760 view
view 2006am5884 jpg s Unknown CER Given by C. Rees Price and Mrs Jeanie H. R. Price 1775-12-31 1760-01-01 1760-1775 (made) Dessert wine glass, England, 1760-1775 Height: 14.6 cm, Depth: 7 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 5754 British Galleries: A sweet wine was offered with the dessert. It was served in delicate glasses... 2014-08-29T19:37:29.000Z 2014-08-29T19:37:29.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Blown and wrought glass, with opaque-twist stem C.325-1925 c3251925 O4257 Wine glass 1 Foot: plain; Stem: opaque-twist; Bowl: ogee England 2006AM5884 Object Type English wine glasses of the 18th century vary considerably, not just in form but... 3 VA wine-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1760 view
view 2006am2681 jpg s Unknown MET Given by J. H. Fitzhenry 1804-12-31 1795-01-01 ca. 1800 (made) Knife and fork with bone handles [knife (culinary tool)] Length: 21 cm, Width: 1.75 cm [Fork] Length: 18.5 cm, Width: 1.5 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England by an unidentified maker 5792 British Galleries: Ivory and bone have been popular materials for cutlery hafts (handles) since... 2014-08-29T19:37:36.000Z 2014-08-29T19:37:36.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Green-stained bone, with steel blade and tines 1017&A-1902 10171902 O77363 Knife and fork 1 England 2006AM2681 Object Type Until the 17th century, it was the custom for guests to bring their personal cutlery,... 3 VA knife-and-fork-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1804 1795 view
view 2006am5882 jpg s Unknown CER Given by C. Rees Price and Mrs Jeanie H. R. Price 1775-12-31 1760-01-01 1760-1775 (made) Dessert wine glass, England, 1760-1775 Height: 14.0 cm, Diameter: 7 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 5855 British Galleries: A sweet wine was offered with the dessert. It was served in delicate glasses... 2014-08-29T19:37:50.000Z 2014-08-29T19:37:50.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Blown and wrought glass, with opaque-twist stem C.345-1925 c3451925 O4366 Wine glass 1 Foot: plain; Stem: opaque-twist; Bowl: ogee England 2006AM5882 Object Type English wine glasses of the 18th century vary considerably, not just in form but... 3 VA wine-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1760 view
view 2006am5888 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Francis Buckley 1794-12-31 1785-01-01 ca. 1790 (made) Jelly glass, 1780-1800 Height: 10 cm, Diameter: 7.6 cm British Galleries, room 118a 6169 British Galleries: One of the most popular forms of dessert centrepiece was the jelly tree. This... 2014-08-29T19:38:50.000Z 2014-08-29T19:38:50.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Glass, with mould-blown ribbing and scalloped rim C.40-1925 c401925 O4689 Jelly glass 1 England 2006AM5888 Object Type The form of this jelly glass is one of many variants popular at the end of the 18th... 3 VA jelly-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1794 1785 view
view 2006am7368 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Francis Buckley 1775-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1775 (made) Jelly glass ('monteith'), England, 1750-1800 Height: 7.3 cm, Diameter: 6.4 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 6512 British Galleries: One of the most popular forms of dessert centrepiece was the jelly tree. This... 2014-08-29T19:39:57.000Z 2014-08-29T19:39:57.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Clear glass, with mould-blown mesh pattern C.4-1911 c41911 O5047 Custard glass 1 Foot: lobed; Bowl: honeycomb-moulded double-ogee England 2006AM7368 Object Type Squat jelly or custard glasses of this type were used in sets, mainly to adorn the... 3 VA custard-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1750 view
view 2006am2673 jpg s Unknown CER Given by P. E. Putman 1780-12-31 1770-01-01 1770-1780 (made) Wine bottle, England, 1770-1790 Height: 24.3 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England; 6820 Sealed with 'James Oakes Bury 17..' British Galleries: Except for champagne, wine was imported in... 2014-08-29T19:40:55.000Z 2014-08-29T19:40:55.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 'James Oakes Bury 17..' Bottle glass, mould-blown, with hand-finished neck and rim and applied seal C.5-1967 c51967 O5367 Wine bottle 1 England 2006AM2673 Object Type This standard tall cylindrical shape of wine bottle had been established in about the... 3 VA wine-bottle-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1780 1770 view
view 2006am7373 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Mrs Wilfred Buckley 1764-12-31 1755-01-01 ca. 1760 (made) Dish, one of a pair, England, 1750-1770 Width: 13.7 cm maximum British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 6895 British Galleries: The technique of cutting glass on a wheel was introduced into England by... 2014-08-29T19:41:09.000Z 2014-08-29T19:41:09.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Lead glass, mounted in gilt bronze C.638-1936 c6381936 O5443 Dish 1 England 2006AM7373 Object Type After the perfection of wheel-cut table glass towards the mid-18th century, small... 3 VA dish-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1764 1755 view
view 2006am7376 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Mrs Wilfred Buckley 1764-12-31 1755-01-01 ca. 1760 (made) Dish, one of a pair, England, 1750-1770 Width: 13.7 cm maximum British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 6896 British Galleries: The technique of cutting glass on a wheel was introduced into England by... 2014-08-29T19:41:10.000Z 2014-08-29T19:41:10.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Lead glass, mounted in gilt bronze C.639-1936 c6391936 O5444 Dish 1 England 2006AM7376 Object Type After the perfection of wheel-cut table glass by the mid-18th century, small... 3 VA dish-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1764 1755 view
view 2006am2249 jpg s Bow Porcelain Factory MET Given by J. H. Fitzhenry 1759-12-31 1750-01-01 ca. 1755 (made) Knife with porcelain handles, probably made at the Bow factory, London Length: 21 cm British Galleries, room 118a Knife probably made at the Bow factory, London; fork probably made in St Cloud, France 6899 British Galleries: During the 18th century it became customary for the host to provide cutlery... 2014-08-29T19:41:10.000Z 2014-08-29T19:41:10.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -0.12714 Porcelain, decorated with underglaze blue, with steel blade 1611-1871 16111871 O77432 Knife 1 Pistol-shaped handle London 2006AM2249 Object Type Until the 17th century, it was the custom for guests to bring their personal cutlery,... 3 VA knife-bow-porcelain-factory 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1759 1750 view
view 2006am0383 jpg s Unknown CER Buckley Bequest 1820-12-31 1815-01-01 1815-1820 (made) Rummer, glass for beer or ale, England, 1820-1830 Height: 14.5 cm, Diameter: 8.5 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 6928 British Galleries: In the 18th century, beer was the most common drink, as water was often unfit... 2014-08-29T19:41:15.000Z 2014-08-29T19:41:15.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Glass, cut and engraved on a wheel C.658-1936 c6581936 O5476 Rummer 1 Foot: cut; Stem: capstan; Bowl: ogee England 2006AM0383 Object Type Rummers, invented towards the end of the 18th century, served many purposes and took... 3 VA rummer-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1820 1815 view
view 2006am7037 jpg s Rockingham Ceramic Factory CER 1794-12-31 1785-01-01 ca. 1790 (made) Plate with coloured lead-glaze tortoiseshell decorations Width: 23.8 cm British Galleries, room 118a Probably made at the Swinton Pottery, Swinton, South Yorkshire 7138 British Galleries: Many types of decoration continued in production for a long time.... 2014-08-29T19:42:02.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:02.000Z 53.487759 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.31787 Earthenware, with lead-glazed 'tortoiseshell' decoration 2134-1901 21341901 O77475 Plate 1 Swinton 2006AM7037 Object Type One would certainly have thought that this late version of a tortoiseshell plate was... 3 VA plate-rockingham-ceramic-factory 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1794 1785 view
view 2006am9200 jpg s Josiah Wedgwood and Sons CER Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street 1790-12-31 1780-01-01 1780-1790 (made) Wedgwood plate with transfer printed design, Creamware, 1780-1790 Width: 22.9 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made at Josiah Wedgwood's factory, Etruria, Staffordshire. 7225 British Galleries: Josiah Wedgwood's creamware or 'Queen's ware' was a new refinement of an... 2014-08-29T19:42:20.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:20.000Z 53.020081 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -2.206372 'WEDGWOOD' and a circle earthenware, lead glaze Creamware (Queen's ware), transfer-printed in black enamel 2302-1901 23021901 O77484 Plate 1 Plate of cream-coloured earthenware, circular. Transfer-printed in the middle and round the wavy... Etruria 2006AM9200 Object Type This plate is of a type that was marketed as a dessert plate, and so was intended for... 3 VA plate-josiah-wedgwood-and 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z transfer printed 1790 1780 view
view 2006am5889 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Francis Buckley 1775-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1775 (made) Jelly glass ('monteith'), England, 1750-1800 Height: 8.3 cm, Diameter: 6.7 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 7378 British Galleries: One of the most popular forms of dessert centrepiece was the jelly tree. This... 2014-08-29T19:42:51.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:51.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Clear glass, with pincered, mould-blown ribs C.8-1911 c81911 O5940 Custard glass 1 Bowl: honeycomb-moulded double-ogee England 2006AM5889 Object Type Jelly or custard glasses of this period were made with many variations, all having... 3 VA custard-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1750 view
view 2006am6980 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Francis Buckley 1775-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1775 (made) Jelly glass ('monteith'), England, 1750-1800 Height: 5.7 cm, Diameter: 6.7 cm British Galleries, room 118a Made in England 7520 Perhaps made from a pedestal stem mould, opened outwards British Galleries: One of the most... 2014-08-29T19:43:20.000Z 2014-08-29T19:43:20.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 5 -1.97685 Clear glass, with mould-blown ribs C.9-1911 c91911 O6083 Custard glass 1 Bowl: rib-moulded double ogee England 2006AM6980 Object Type Jelly or custard glasses of this period were made with many variations, all having... 3 VA custard-glass-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1750 view