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drinking glass; gobletAccession number: 80.547/358
Producer: James Powell and Sons [Whitefriars]
Production date: ?c.1912-1930
Measurements: H 220 mm; DM (rim) 100 mm
Museum Section: Decorative Art
Summary: Goblet made in Flint (colourless) glass with opaque white, opaque light turquoise blue trails in stem and gold foil. Round funnel bowl set on a colour-twist stem thickening towards the bottom and comprising two opaque white twist alternating with two light blue twists around a central column of shattered 'embedded gold', set on a cut square base with a polished pontil underneath. Chip on the corner of the base.
Location: Object stored at Mortimer Wheeler House (Ceramics and Glass store)