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The name "rummer" perhaps derives from German "roemer", but its association with rum, the drink of the Navy, seems more plausible. Towards the end of the 18th century and into the 19th a hot toddy of rum, water, spices and sugar would be drunk from these glasses. We always have a selection in stock, ranging in price from 50 upwards.

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Pair of Georgian bucket bowl, panel cut rummers on blade-knop stems.
c.1820.  5 3/8"/13.5cm. h.
GF109
Price 120

 

 

 


Handsome Georgian bucket bowl, panel cut rummer engraved with plant swag & the name 
ISAAC HURST, on blade-knop stem & large foot with polished pontil mark.
c. 1810.  5 1/4"/13.5cm. h.
GF110
Price 90

 

 
Georgian flute-moulded rummer on vestigial stem & knop, conical foot with rough pontil mark.
c. 1800.  5"/12.5cm. h.
GF111
Price 60

 

 

 


Unusually heavy & thick Georgian rummer: plain bucket-bowl on capstan-stem & large thick foot.  Polished pontil mark.
c. 1800.  5 1/8"/13cm. h.
GF112
Price 65

 

 
Elegant 19th century rummer: panel-cut, bucket-bowl, blade-knop stem, large foot with polished  pontil mark.
c. 1830.  5"/12.5cm. h.

GF106
Price 55

 

 

 


19th century rummer: petal-moulded cup-bowl on capstan stem & large foot with polished pontil mark.
c. 1830.  5 1/8"/13cm. h.

GF107
Price 55

 


Classic Georgian bucket-bowl rummer on blade-knop stem.  
c. 1810.  5"/12.5cm. h.

GF85
Price 60

 

 

 


Georgian double-ogee bowl wine or small rummer on pillar stem.  
c. 1790.  4 3/8"/11 cm. h.

GF67
Price 45

 

 
Fine Georgian flute-moulded, ogee-bowl rummer engraved with swag, bird & initials -
W.S. - on a pillar stem & foot with rough pontil mark.
Late 18th century.  c. 4 5/8"/12 cm. h.

GF79
Price 110

 

 

 


Georgian finely flute-moulded rummer on short drawn stem.  
c. 1800.  4 3/4"/12 cm. h.

GF63
Price 65

 

 
Georgian funnel-bowl rummer on bladed collar-knop & capstan stem.  Rough pontil mark with smut.  
c. 1800.  5 3/8"/14cm. h.

GF93
Price 65

 

 

 


Interesting Georgian miniature rummer, possibly a salesman's sample: funnel bowl, capstan stem, large foot.  
c. 1800.  3 5/8"/9cm. h.

GF57
Price 40 (reserved)

 


Pair of elegant Irish barrel bowl rummers cut with bands of  fine diamonds, on blade-knop stems & big feet.
 c. 1810.  5 1/4"/13.5cm. h.

GF42
Price 230

 

 

 


19th century bucket-bowl rummer with kaleidoscopic base on blade-knop stem & large foot with polished pontil mark.
c. 1830.  5 3/8"/13.5cm. h.

GF104
Price 60

 


Georgian rummer on square 'lemon squeezer' foot, the cup bowl very finely engraved with swags & a sprig of corn & initials. (
FCSB)?  
c. 1800.  4 3/4"/12cm. h.  Small chip under one corner of foot.
GF39
Price 230

 

 

 


Fine Georgian rummer on square 'lemon squeezer' base, the funnel bowl engraved with stars.  
c.1800.  4 3/4"/12cm. h.

GF38
Price 220

 

 
Classic Georgian funnel bowl rummer on capstan stem & 'lemon squeezer' foot.  Some wear to one side of foot.  
c. 1800.  4 7/8"/12.5cm. h.

GF37
Price 185

 

 

 


Splendid Georgian toasting rummer, flute-moulded pan-top bowl engraved with fruiting vine on capstan stem, large foot & rough pontil mark.  
c. 1800.  7 1/2"/19cm. h.  Slight fogging at base of bowl.

GF36
Price 150

 

 
19th century bucket-bowl panel-cut rummer on blade-knop stem & large foot with polished pontil mark.
c. 1830.  5 3/8"/13.5cm. h.

GF105
Price 55

 

 

 


Georgian flute-moulded rummer on drawn stem & large foot.  
c. 1790.  4 3/8"/11cm. h.  Tiny nibble below lip.

GE969
Price 65

 

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