3 edition of The Turnbull Collection of English 18-century drinking glasses found in the catalog.
The Turnbull Collection of English 18-century drinking glasses
Written in English
|Other titles||English eighteenth century drinking glasses|
|Statement||Martine S. Newby.|
|Contributions||National Trust (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
Description A mid 18th Century Georgian wine goblet drinking glass dating just into the reign of George III around It has a good capacity bowl and a thick stem with a double series twist. The stem has a central spiral core and an outer pair of tapes in corkscrew manner. It is made of English lead glass material pins. Revised edition of: Illustrated guide to eighteenth century English drinking glasses. Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Illustrated guide to eighteenth-century English drinking glasses: Responsibility: L.M. Bickerton ; with a bibliography of English glass by D. Robert Elleray. More information.
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Mompesson House is a Queen Anne townhouse in the heart of Salisbury’s Cathedral Close with a homely atmosphere and welcoming proportions. Highlights include the magnificent plasterwork, fine period furniture and the Turnbull collection of English eighteenth century drinking glasses. English: Bickerton-Eighteenth Century English Drinking Glasses, L.M. Bickerton, Suffolk, This book is the most important reference for studying drinking vessels from 18th c. England. King-Cent Verres Francais , Tresors des collection privees, Sylvie Lhermite-King.
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The price guide to English 18th century drinking glasses Hardcover – January 1, by George A Turnbull (Author) › Visit Amazon's George A Turnbull Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. /5(2). Now Scarce The Price Guide to English 18th Century Drinking Glasses printed by The Antique Collectors Club, by George Turnbull/ Anthony Heron with photos by Arthur Chadwick Profusely illustrated throughout with mono photographs, Includes price revision list for November (some of which has been transcribed into the main book, in ink).
pp including. Get this from a library. The price guide to English 18th century drinking glasses. [George A Turnbull; Anthony G Herron].
Hi Guys, here is a short film on how to identify an English 18th Century Georgian drinking glass and a book review showing the best books to help you learn. hope you find it useful and interesting. Buy Price Guide to English 18th Century Drinking Glasses ([Price guide series]) First Edition by Turnbull, George, Herron, Anthony (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. The house is used to display the Turnbull collection of English 18th-century drinking glasses bequeathed to the Trust in It also houses the Bessemer-Wright collection of ceramics, bequeathed by Mrs Adam Smith.
Bles, Joseph Rare English Glasses. London: Geoffrey Bles, [n.d.] Small folio, blue half morocco gilt; Grant, Francis R. Old English Drinking Glasses London: Herbert Jenkins Limited, [n.d.] Folio, original cloth, worn dust-jacket; [Idem]- Christie's The Important Collection of Old English Drinking Glasses formed by Grant R.
Francis London, 3 catalogues in original. Welcome to our web site, where you will find a large selection of eighteenth century Georgian glass for sale. From early 18th century heavy balusters to late 18th century facet stem wine glasses, we offer a large range of arguably the most beautiful hand made, Georgian drinking glasses ever produced.
– Bickerton 18th century English Drinking glasses pg, /, those, however, have colored spirals around the gauze inner core. – The Hubbard collection, pg. 59 pl also with a colored outer spiral. – Hughes, English Glass for the Collector, pl slightly taller and perhaps with a mercury.
- a '' baluster wine glass - the bell bowl with solid base enclosing a tear - the stem with large basal knop - set on a domed conical foot - ccm. sold. for a general enquiry click here. - a 'fine' facet stemmed wine glass - the ogee bowl finely decorated with an engraved & polished rose spray, a bird & 3 bees - bridge fluted to a hexagonal facet cut stem.
Eighteenth Century English Drinking Glasses, An Illustrated Guideby L M Bickerton, published by the Antique Collectors Club at £ (available from the AIS Bookshop.
Call ). It contains over illustrations featuring every type of glass. It will be the best buy you will ever make. Make offer - Rare English Glasses of the 17th & 18th Century Reference Book by Joseph Bles 18th CENTURY H/B ANTIQUE BOOK FAMILY DICTIONARY DICTIONAIRE OECONOMIIQUE £ Synopsis There is a continuing interest in 18th-century drinking glasses which is fuelled by the enormous variety of bowls and stems.
They are an eloquent testimony to the ingenuity and craftmanship of glass workers of the time. This guide is illustrated with over s: 4. - Explore Charles Hudson's board "18th Century Ceramics", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ceramics, 18th century, Century pins.
In the house is the Turnbull collection of 18th century drinking glasses. Mompesson House is named after the Mompesson family. Thomas Mompesson leased a building on this site from the dean and chapter of Salisbury cathedral in In Charles Mompesson.
There is a continuing interest 18th-century drinking glasses which is fuelled by the enormous variety of bowls and stems.
The revised edition of this guide features digitally enhanced photographs, a wealth of illustrations and an extensive bibliography by Robert Elleray. This page volume, with prices updated for features THOUSANDS of glasses, in full color photos. A nice overview and brief history of the hobby is included.
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London: Geoffrey Bles, [n.d.] Small folio, blue half morocco gilt; Grant, Francis R. Old English Drinking Glasses. Mompesson House: Beautiful 18th Century House - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Salisbury, UK, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews.
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W Rare Georgian wine glass with bell bowl, on colour twist stem with a blue, a green and a white thread over white corkscrew. Circa Height: 6⅞ inches. Price: £ W Rare Georgian wine glass with bell bowl engraved with a dog rose with foliage and with a butterfly on the reverse, on multispiral airtwist stem with four graduated knops.English drinking glasses in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford English drinking glasses, / L.M.
Bickerton The price guide to English 18th century drinking glasses [by] George A. Turnbull [and] Anthony G. Herron.Although coloured stems in British drinking glasses are not uncommon, to find any coloured stems in Jacobite glass, let alone two colours, is remarkable.
In Seddon's 'The Jacobites and Their Drinking Glasses', he recorded Jacobite drinking glasses, of these only seven are listed with coloured stems.