Cut Lead Crystal

Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820

Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820
Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820
Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820
Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820
Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820

Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820    Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820

All items listed are genuine in my expert opinion, and the condition of the item is as listed. If there is anything that you are particularly collection, or you have a wants list, please feel free to ask. If it is not immediately to hand (3 storerooms), I will make a note and come back to you if it turns up. This is an Excellent Example of a Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820.

The bulbous facet cut body stands on a star cut base and rises to a knopped straight neck with flared diamond cut. It has a heavy clear glass swan-neck handle. The piece stands 24cm high, weighs 2.0kgs, has a base diameter of 10cm and a top width of 19cm.

For all other P&P options please see the listing. The item "Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820" is in sale since Wednesday, November 25, 2020. This item is in the category "Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Glass\Date-Lined Glass\Pre-1840".

The seller is "terencehm" and is located in Oxshott. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Country of Origin: Britain
  • Style: Georgian
  • Maker: Unknown
  • Material: Glass
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Object Type: Water Jug
  • Glassmaking Technique: Hand Blown
  • Type of Glass: Cut Glass
  • Glassware Type: Crystal/ Cut Glass
  • Featured Refinements: Georgian Glass


Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820    Attractive Heavy Georgian Lead Crystal Cut Glass Water Jug Circa 1820