Philip Speakman Webb / Wine glass / after 1862Philip Speakman Webb
Wine glass
after 1862

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Creator Name: Webb, Philip Speakman
Creator Dates/Places: 1831 - 1915
Gender: M
Creator Name-CRT: Philip Speakman Webb
Creator Name: James Powell & Sons
Creator Dates/Places: 1834 - 1973
Creator Name-CRT: James Powell & Sons
Title: Wine glass
View: front
Creation Start Date: 1862
Creation End Date: 1864
Creation Date: after 1862
Object Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects
Materials and Techniques: Glass, hand-blown and part mould-blown
Dimensions: 13.3 x 6.9
AMICA Contributor: The Victoria and Albert Museum
Owner Location: London, England
ID Number: C.81-1939
Credit Line: Wine glass and champagne glass bequeathed by May Morris, daughter of William Morris; goblet and tumbler given by Mrs. J. W. Mackail, daughter of Edward Burne-Jones
Copyright: Permission for educational use only granted by the Victoria and Albert Museum 2002
Context - Place: Kent, United Kingdom
Context - Place: London, United Kingdom
Context - Place: Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
AMICA ID: VAM_.C.81-1939
Measurement Dimension: height
Measurement Value: 13.3
Measurement Unit: cm
Measurement Dimension: diameter
Measurement Value: 6.9
AMICA Library Year: 2002
Media Metadata Rights: Copyright Victoria and Albert Museum

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