These are some images from issue 89 of The Glass Cone (Winter 2009) from an article regarding an exhibition of 18th century drinking glasses at the Cambridge Glass Fair.
The first image is a Dutch Goblet profusely wheel engraved with fruits and vegetables, probably to celebrate a harvest (c. 1680).
The tall conical bowl is over a massive quatrefoil/ propeller type knop with collars above and below on a wide conical foot that is also engraved with a garland of flowers.
For a glass of similar form and date see ‘Engraved Glass Masterpieces’ by Sheppard & Smith.
The second image is a Saxon wheel cut and polished goblet
(c. 1740) with thistle shape bowl over a teared inverted baluster knop and high conical folded foot
The images in this article were taken by Athelney Townshend & are reproduced here with his permission & he retains the copyright. Athelney Townshend