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Glass, Room 131

anthemion pattern

Wine Glass
ca. 1862 (made)
Place of origin

Wine glass, England (London), made by Apsley Pellatt & Co., Falcon Glass Works, 1860-1864

Object details

Object type
Titleanthemion pattern (manufacturer's title)
Materials and techniques
Engraved glass
Brief description
Wine glass, England (London), made by Apsley Pellatt & Co., Falcon Glass Works, 1860-1864
  • Height: 12.4cm
  • Maximum width: 9.9cm
Gallery label
Given to the Royal Scottish Museum by the manufacturer in 1864.
Bibliographic reference
see Ill. Art Journal Cat.
Other number
1105 - Glass gallery number
Accession number

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Record createdDecember 13, 1997
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