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Ale or Champagne — Engraved hops flute glass
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Delightful hand blown ale or champagne flute glass with engraved hops and barley, on knopped stem, with a rough pontil and an amusingly wobbly base; antique English William IV circa 1830. Georgian period mainly refers to the second half of the 18th century and up to the 1820s. The style was predominantly neo-classical, that looked back at the ancient Greece and Rome and used those elements in design and decoration. Most Georgian items have straight and very clean lines and elegant repetitive floral patterns.
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Ale or Champagne Flute Cut Glass Engraved Hops Antique English Georgian circa 1830
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Engraved hops flute glass

Antique English, circa 1830

Delightful hand blown ale or champagne flute glass with engraved hops and barley, on knopped stem, with a rough pontil and an amusingly wobbly base; antique English William IV circa 1830.

Condition: minor surface wear

Georgian period mainly refers to the second half of the 18th century and up to the 1820s. The style was predominantly neo-classical, that looked back at the ancient Greece and Rome and used those elements in design and decoration. Most Georgian items have straight and very clean lines and elegant repetitive floral patterns.

Size

Height
14 cm
14 UK 0 remaining in stock. Safely packaged in a well padded box. Free UK delivery, 14-day returns (30 days for faulty items).
Ale or Champagne — Engraved hops flute glass 1

How to care

Clean glass jugs, wine decanters and claret jugs immediately after use - that way it is easy to remove the stains before they set onto the glass surface.


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Ale or Champagne — Engraved hops flute glass 2
Ale or Champagne — Engraved hops flute glass 3

How to care

Decanters, wine carafes and narrow jugs can be cleaned using rock salt or rice and vinegar. Salt acts as an abrasive. Rinse well and let it dry thoroughly.