Beilby family, enameller, British enamelists, 18th-19th cs., England, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
uncertain, maker, probably, England, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, probably Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Enamelling thought to be by a member of the Beilby family.
drinking glasses; category
Lead glass, the blown bowl painted in white and turquoise enamel. Ogee bowl painted in white and turquoise enamel with peacock and peahen on green ground. Traces of gilding around the lip. On opaque twist stem and plain foot.
enamels; decoration; white, turquoise and green
lead-glass painted in turquoise, green, and white enamels and gilded
height, whole, 16.1, cm
diameter, whole, 8.0, cm
bequeathed; 1961-10-19; Beves, Donald H.
Purchased from Cecil Davis, £55.00
D.H. Beves Bequest
The Fitzwilliam Museum. 1977. Glass at the Fitzwilliam Museum.Cambridge (Cambs.): Cambridge University Pressp. p. 97
Publ. p. 97, no. 243
Rush, James. 1973. The Ingenious Beilbys.London?: Barrie & Jenkinsp. p. 39
Publ. p. 39, pl. 21 a, c.1765
Francis, Grant Richardson. 1926. Old English Drinking Glasses.London?: Herbert Jenkins Ltd
Publ. Illustrated, plate LI, no. 323
, Laing Art Gallery1980. The Decorated Glasses of William and Mary Beilby 1761 to 1778.Newcastle: p. p. 12
Publ. p. 12, no. 53
Poole, Julia E.. Bequests from Two Cambridge Collectors, The Reverend Alfred Valentine Valentine-Richards MA (1866-1933) and Donald H. Beves MA (1896-1961).
Source Title: Glass Collectors and their Collections in Museums in Great Britain(1999)
p. pp. 49-55
Ref. Donald H. Beves MA (1896-1961), pp. 49-55
Cottle, Simon. William Beilby and the Art of Glass.London?: Glass Circle
Source Title: The Glass Circle Journal 9 (2001) : 31-40
p. pp. 30-40
Ref. pp. 30-40
Object Number: C.515-1961
(record id: 25848; input: 2001-04-02; modified: 2016-08-11)