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Jacobite or rose glass with ogee bowl

"1/0" in black ink on base. Incised flower and butterfly motif. Internal decoration of stem. Base has one chip MANU Unknown mid 18th century England This glass may have a Jacobite significance. The rose is a common emblem on glasses, and is believed to represent the English crown. Jacobite glasses were used for drinking loyal toasts to the exiled James Edward Stewart and Bonnie Prince Charlie.