Antique glass - citrine jug and two goblets English c1900
Citrine water set comprising of a jug and two matching tumblers with etched and cut decoration English c1900.
Base dia: 10 cm.
Condition: All in good condition.
Note: This water set can be found in The Army and Navy catalogues of 1902 and onwards for a few years. The pattern number is given as 10940 and is in the Stuart and Sons pattern books held at the Wedgwood Museum. The engraving is by the Kny brothers workshop. See image No. 11.
Langbridge, R.H. (1975) Edwardian Shopping; a selection from the Army and Navy Stores catalogues, 1898-1913 David & Charles, Newton Abbot.
Army & Navy Co-operative Society (1969) ‘Yesterday's shopping: the Army & Navy Stores Catalogue, 1907; a facsimile of the Army & Navy Co-operative Society's 1907 issue of Rules of the Society and price list of articles sold at the stores’. David & Charles, Newton Abbot.
Thanks to Dr Eleanor Feldman for this information.
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