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Our Object of the Month for December is this glass which belonged to a Jacobite, a supporter of the Stuart family. It would have been used in the 18th century to make toasts to the health of the Stuarts and the wish that they would be restored to the throne of England. The glass is decorated with a portrait of Charles Edward Stuart, a symbolic rose, and a motto aimed at encouraging Jacobites to be brave and hopeful for the future.
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“Best Egyptian collection outside the British Museum”
"Visited as part of an Arts Society to this fabulous historic house, art collections and gardens."
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