drinking glass; sherry glassAccession number: 80.547/129
Producer: James Powell and Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
Production date: c. 1940
Measurements: H 102 mm
Museum Section: Decorative Art
Summary: Sherry glass made in Flint (colourless) glass. Ogee bowl with tapering lower body on a capstan stem and plain foot. Lower body decorated with broad cut and polished petal flutes. Pattern no. 2481, old version of 27. Appears to be the version shown in the 1939-1940 Catalogue on p. 219. For further examples see 80.547/127 and /130-31.
Location: Object stored at Mortimer Wheeler House (Ceramics and Glass store)
Evans, Wendy; Ross, Catherine; Werner, Alex, Whitefriars glass. James Powell & Sons of London London: Museum of London, (1995). Pages: xv; 398 p.; ill.ISSN ISBN 090481856X (Object details: p 312 pl 539, published)