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Pair of Jacobite Carnation Opaque Twist Wine Glass, circa 1760

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Date and origin England, circa 1760. Period of George III. Condition Excellent, age-related wear as shown. Dimensions: Height 18.5cm, rim diameter 6.3cm, foot diameter 7.1cm. Weight 138 grams Technical description A superb pair of engraved 18th century Jacobite Sympathy wine glasses. A conical bowl engraved with a Jacobite Carnation leaves and a large moth. Double series opaque twist stem consisting of a pair of spiral threads outside a lace twist. Historical Relevance Jacobites and their love of carnations are well documented. We have included a portrait of Louisa Maria Stuart from 1704, known to the Jacobites as Princess Royal, which hangs in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. It shows her large red and white carnation above her right breast with further carnations in her hair.

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  • Place of Origin
  • Date of Manufacture
    1760
  • Period
    1750-1759
  • Dimensions
    H 11.03 in. x W 3.35 in. x D 3.35 in.H 28 cm x W 8.5 cm x D 8.5 cm
  • Seller Location
    Whitburn, GB
  • Seller Reference Number
    2019070220
  • Reference Number
    LU4601216931691
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