Rummer Cut Glass Antique Victorian c1860

Anna Yaeger

AYG07411.a

During the 18th and 19th century in England, 'rummer' was the name given to a drinking glass used for wine. They are recognised as having a wide bowl and short stem. Although the name suggests that these glasses were designed for drinking rum, they were and are traditionally used for drinking wine.

Height: 11cm or 4.33 inches; Diameter: 9cm or 3.5 inches.
Weight: 324 grams or 10.41 ounces.