Pair of marriage rummers English C1810
Pair of marriage rummers. The cylinder bowls engraved with symbols of love and marraige. A single dove flies away with a heart in its beak, whilst two others sit perched sharing a pecked kiss. A dog (often used to represent fidelity) sits chained to a plinth upon which two hearts are represented. The reverse the monogram TMAM and HM is engraved within a cartouche. English C1810.
Note: Thes glasses are illustrated in Rummers 'A Social History Told in Glass' by Timothy Mills 2013, p.91, Fig 84.
Condition: Very good with no chips, cracks or evidence of restoration.
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