Ceramics and Glass Glass Dessert glasses - Museum of London' Sweetmeats ' are larger dishes with hemispherical bowls and stems which
followed the same sequence of style as wine glass stems. The bowls were large
Sweetmeat glasses (18) - Search | The Metropolitan Museum of ArtMedium: Glass. Accession Number: 27.185.230. Not on view. "Gondola"
sweetmeat glass . Date: ca. 1730. Medium: Glass, engraved and partly polished.
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Sweetmeat GlassLarge-stemmed sweetmeat glasses were intended to hold dry sweetmeats that
could be eaten with the fingers: nuts, biscuits, chocolates, or dried and fresh fruits
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Sweetmeat glass | Dallas Museum of ArtThis sweetmeat glass is one of many in the Reves Collection. It is particularly
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Category: Sweetmeat glasses - Wikimedia CommonsMedia in category " Sweetmeat glasses ". The following 2 files are in this category,
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Tazzas, sweetmeats , jellies - Antique Glass - Frank Dux AntiquesJelly glasses , syllabubs and custard cups were used to serve desserts and often
displayed on a pyramid of tazzas, topped by a sweetmeat .
PEDESTAL STEM GLASSES : 18th Century Glass , The World's This was in direct contrast to their popularity for use in making sweetmeat glasses
and salvers where they were used for a number of decades to good effect.
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Stand with sweetmeat glasses - National Museums LiverpoolImage and description of a Stand with sweetmeat glasses illustrating the theme of
'Dessert' in the Walker Art Gallery's Craft and Design gallery.
A catalogue of part of the ... household furniture [&c.] the ... - Google Books ResultFonthill - 1801 - 1801 pages GLASS . 92 A jelly stand, 8 jelly glasses , a syllabub bowl, 4 rummers, a stand and
6 cut glasses • 93 Four sweetmeat stands, a cup and saucer, 4 sweetmeat ditto ...
Part 10, Facetted Stems and Cut Glass , 1725 - 1825. | Glassmaking Abraided decoration on glass goes back to at least 7 BC. ... About 1720 reference
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18th Century Glass - Portobello Antique GlassHousehold glassware included candlesticks, taper sticks, salvers, sweetmeat
glasses , and dessert glasses for jellies, syllabubs, and possets. Decanters, in this
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Antiques Atlas - Georgian Sweetmeat Glass .Georgian Ribbed sweetmeat glass with double ogee bowl on eight sided silesian
stem, upper and lower coiled collars leading down to eight sided raised dome ...
Antique Collectors Pocket Guides - Sweetmeat and Jelly Glasses by Available in: Paperback. From the Antique Pocket Guides series - a useful series
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Three Dishes of Sweetmeats and Chestnuts with Three Glasses on Three Dishes of Sweetmeats and Chestnuts with Three Glasses on a Table ...
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Large Georgian Pedestal Sweetmeat Glass c1770.A large Georgian pedestal stem sweetmeat which dates to 1770. The colour of
the metal and domed foot would have many lean towards a much earlier date.
KSHE - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe station mascot is a sunglasses -and-headphones-wearing pig named "
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Link to Events Pages 2006-7 - Historic FoodA remarkable array of salvers of jelly glasses , syllabubs and sweetmeats , as well
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History : The World is made of Glass Ltd, Antique GlassThe moulded pedestal or Silesian stem was used throughout much of the century
on sweetmeat glasses and salvers, as well as a number of drinking glasses.
Sweetmeat - definition and meaning - WordnikSweetmeat -sellers were crying their wares; and the Keeper-of-the-City lighted ...
The Jelly of this kind, in the Glasses , may be serv'd as a Sweetmeat in a Desert.
Sweetmeat - Canstockphoto.comCoconut milk mix sugar and flour. - Kind of Thai sweetmeat Stock Photo. Three
glasses with colour sweetmeat - Three glasses with colour sweetmeat Picture.
Trick or Sweetmeat Treat? | Mount Vernon's Mystery MiddenOne of the featured items on these pyramids were sweetmeats , the ... of wet and
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Ceramics and Glass : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History Colonial Williamsburg's ceramics and glass collections encompass more than ...
eighteenth century English chandeliers, sweetmeat poles, wine glasses , and ...
Glass a Magic Material - Pt 4 Engraving, Enamelling & Amen | The By the middle of the eighteenth century household glassware included
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The Food Timeline: history notes-candy"All of the peoples of antiquity made sweetmeats of honey before they had sugar:
..... stemmed glasses for jellies and larger ones with lids for sweets and comfits.
The Peter Wilman Collection - F80489 - - MARTEL MAIDESA set of six 19th Century Gilded Wine Glasses probably Continental, c.1850, ....
An unusual mid-18th century Sweetmeat Glass c.1735, the bell shaped bowl and
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A Georgian Antique Opaque Twist Stem Sweetmeat Glass c.1760 Description A mid 18th Century Georgian sweetmeat glass with double series
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EAPG: Sweetmeat jelly compote Bryce Higbee ( Glass - Victorian A clear small true open compote in the pattern Sheaf and Diamond, by Bryce
Higbee, c 1899-1907. Compotes of this size were used for sweetmeats , or sweets
A decanter, wine glasses , a plate of sweetmeats - Spanish School A decanter, wine glasses , a plate of sweetmeats - Spanish School - WikiGallery.
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