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Wine glass inscribed 'God save the King', 'God bless the Prince of Wales' and '1716', with the monogram 'JR8' and Jacobite national anthem with concluding 'Amen', from Haddington

Wine glass Wine glass

Wine glass of the type known as an Amen glass, the bowl engraved with a crown, the royal cypher 'JR VIII', 'Amen', and two verses of a Jacobite version of the national anthem, associated with the Murray Threipland of Fingask family

Wine glass Wine glass

Wine glass of the type known as an Amen glass, the bowl engraved with a closed crown with the monogram cypher 'JR' and 'Amen' and a verse of the national anthem, with 'A Bumper ... the Memory of Mr David Drummond, 1743' engraved on the base

Wine glass Wine glass

Wine glass with an enamelled portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, one of a set of six commissioned about 1775 by Thomas Erskine, later 9th Earl of Kellie, a member of a group of aristocratic Jacobites who continued to celebrate Bonnie Prince Charlie's birthday until his death in 1788

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Jacobite wine glass with a drawn trumpet shaped bowl, multi-spiral air twist stem and plain spreading foot, the bowl wheel engraved with a fully opened 6 petal rose and a closed rosebud

Wine glass Wine glass

Jacobite wine glass with a bell-shaped bowl, multi-spiral air twist stem and plain spreading foot, the bowl engraved with a fully opened 6 petal rose and half-opened and closed rosebuds, and a moth

Wine glass Wine glass

Amen wine glass with a drawn trumpet bowl, plain stem and folded, circular foot, engraved with a crown surmounting the cypher 'JR' intertwined with the figure 8, alluding to James VIII, and with two verses of the Jacobite anthem, with 'To the Prosperity of the Family of Lochiell' engraved on the foot: c. 1750

Wine glass Wine glass

Wine-glass of clear colourless glass wheel-engraved with a woman and goblet, Cupid drawing wine in a cellar, and 'Hansie in de Kelder' in reference to pregnancy: glass English, Newcastle, engraved by Jacob Sang in Amsterdam, signed and dated 1761

Wine glass Wine glass

Wine-glass with straight-sided bowl engraved with Cupid aiming an arrow at a nude recumbent woman, inscribed above 'Plus de Coups Plus de Plaisir': possibly French, mid 18th century

Wine glass cover Wine glass cover

Cover for an engraved wine-glass: German, dated 1696

Wine glass cover Wine glass cover

Cover for an engraved wine-glass: German, late 17th century or early 18th century

Wine glass Wine glass

‘Social Round’, Dartington Crystal knopped goblet wheel engraved with three narrative figural panels surrounded by decorative columns and leaves. The foot with text and imagery: England, Bristol, Chris Ainslie, 1998

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