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Glass Glass

Fragments of painted or stained glass, from Dunfermline Abbey, Fife, 14th century

Glass, half hour Glass, half hour

Half-hour glass in a wooden frame, used by Sir Walter Scott for timing his literary work and given by him to Elizabeth Lear, daughter of his cousin, Ann Lear, nee Scott

Glass, Jacobite Glass, Jacobite

Clear Jacobite glass with an ogee bowl, fluting around the base, and copper wheel engravings

Glass, wine Glass, wine

Clear wine glass with a thistle bowl, etched with 'Roderick Dhu Old Highland Whisky', Wright and Greig, Glasgow

Glass Glass

Reused Roman glass fragment, from Waulkmill, Tarland, Aberdeenshire

Glass / fragment Glass / fragment

Fragment of greenish Roman glass, from Traprain Law, 80 - 200 AD

Glass / fragment Glass / fragment

Fragment of green Roman glass, from Traprain Law, 80 - 200 AD

Glass / fragment Glass / fragment

Fragment

Glass screen, camera Glass screen, camera

Ground glass screen, for use with an early focusing wet plate camera, made by Andrew Ross of London, c. 1855

Glass screen, camera Glass screen, camera

Ground glass screen for use with a stereoscopic camera, no. 495, by J.H. Dallmeyer, London, c. 1862

Glass, wine Glass, wine

Williamite wine-glass with plain stem and trumpet bowl, engraved with William III on horseback and inscribed 'The Glorious Memory of King William' and 'Boyne 1st July 1690': English, c. 1740 - 1750

Glass, cordial Glass, cordial

Cordial glass with plain stem with white enamel twist, drawn and fluted bowl engraved with floral wreath, and plain foot: English, c. 1765

Glass, wine Glass, wine

Wine-glass with drawn air twist stem, plain foot, and trumpet-shaped bowl engraved with Jacobite emblems and the word 'Fiat', motto of the Jacobite Cycle Club: English, c. 1745 - 1750

Glass, wine / flute Glass, wine / flute

Wine-glass or flute with double-knopped air twist stem, folded foot, and tall, funnel-shaped bowl engraved with Jacobite emblems and 'Fiat', motto of the Jacobite Cycle Club: English, c. 1745

Glass, wine Glass, wine

Wine-glass with plain drawn stem enclosing a tear, plain engraved foot, and trumpet-shaped bowl engraved with Jacobite emblems and 'Fiat', motto of the Jacobite Cycle Club: English, c. 1745 - 1750

Glass, champagne Glass, champagne

Champagne glass with engraved Italian design: English, London, by Pellatt and Co., 19th century

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