Antique glass firing glass English c1800
Flange foot drawn trumpet firing glass with polished pontil to under side of foot English late 18th - early 19th century.
Bowl dia: 6 cm.
Foot dia: 7 cm.
Foot thickness: 1.2 cm.
Condition Very good.
Note: A firing glass is usually a small dram glass with short thick stem, a thick foot sometimes flanged. They were used at ceremonial occasion, after a toast was offered by being rapped loudly on the table.
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