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An extensive armorial green glass service enamelled with the Bath coat-of-arms and with an entwined monogram on a ground of scattered flowerheads

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An extensive armorial green glass service enamelled with the Bath coat-of-arms and with an entwined monogram on a ground of scattered flowerheads, comprising: Two large metal-mounted ewers and domed covers. Three cylindrical humpen and covers on spreading circular feet. A plain cylindrical humpen. Two mammoth goblets of Roemar form. Two flagons and stoppers. Two carafes and stoppers. Seventeen tapering cylindrical mugs. Four tapering beakers on spreading circular feet. A small humpen. Four circular tazzas on spreading circular feet. Eighteen finger-bowls. Eight stands. Sixteen side-plates. Eight large plates. A circular tray. With crowned monogram only: Three small pear-shaped flagons and stoppers. Twelve miniature mugs. Eight beakers. A circular tray, en suite, white anchor marks above three crosses, late 19th century.

ID:  89287

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Wiltshire

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