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A well proportioned and elegant baluster wine glass dating from the period of George I.
This fine example features a trumpet bowl over a collar directly over an annulated knop. The stem leads into a true baluster knop over a short section over a folded foot with a rough, snapped pontil.
The condition is excellent, with no issues and with good color, tooling marks, and striations. The height is 5 7/8", with a bowl diameter of 2 3/8" and a foot diameter of 2 3/4".
NOTES: 1. This glass is similar to one shown in Bickerton p. 86 fig 137. 2. A museum collection number is on the bottom of the foot, which could be easily cleaned off if desired.