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From early 18th century heavy balusters to late 18th century facet stem wine glasses, we offer a large range of arguably the most beautiful hand made, Georgian drinking glasses ever produced.
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If Georgian drinking glasses aren't what you are looking for then, from time to time, you'll find eighteenth century candlesticks, decanters, jelly glasses, kitchenalia, oil lamps, sweetmeats, taper sticks, wine bottles and other items.
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