18th century small firing wine glass, set on a thick base. Antique English Georgian style and period, dating from circa 1750. Firing glasses are used for toasting. After drinking, the glass is hit on the table top producing a loud firing sound. Hence the robust stem and a massive foot on such glasses.
Size: 10.5 cm high, 5.5 cm diameter
Condition: minor surface wear and scratches
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