English Lead Crystal Jelly glass, C1830.
The flared bowl has rounded facets above a heavy gadrooned basal termination, the stem with a ball knop on a plain foot with ground pontil.
Despite doubts over purpose the glass can only be a jelly type. The gadrooning is reminiscent of the 1760/70 period, where it was applied usually to tumblers. An unusual find. Height. 108mm. (4.25 inches)
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