Glass Goblets

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Glass goblets used by Queen Victoria. © Broadfield House Glass Museum

These glass goblets used by Queen Victorian at the opening of The Royal Exchange in London on 28th October 1844 and inscribed as such on the foot. The goblets have been seen twice by the present Queen, first when she visited Royal Brierley Crystal in 1957 and second when she re-opened the Royal Exchange in October 1991.

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