G327 Pincered Goblet 14th Century


With a pincered and green trail decoration this glass is based on a find from Old Sarum, Wilts. 13th to Early 14th Century.

At least nine goblets of this type have been excavated in
England. The deep bowls of the goblets flare out towards the rim, and have applied
yellow, blue or green trailing, or prunts on the bowl. The hollow stem is either
undecorated or has wrythen ribbing, and there is a blue or green trail around the base rim.
The three most complete examples are from Old Sarum, Knaresborough and Bedford. There are also hollow stem fragments from Southampton, York
and Durham, and rim and bowl fragments from London and Lincoln.

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