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Centuries of Glass Saturday 22nd April 2017 10.00am


Nicholas Davies

Will Farmer

Director Silver, Jewellery and Collectables

Director Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts

nick@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

will@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Mark Hannam

Andrew Mayall

Alison Snowdon

Senior Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Ceramics and Textiles alison@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

andrew@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

mark@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

William Lacey

Liz Winnicott

Picture Consultant

Silver and Jewellery Consultant

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bill@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Judith Woolgar

Ellie Bertram

June Emery

Accounts Manager

Administrative Assistant

Receptionist

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ellie@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

june@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Lee Coldrick

Alex Froggatt

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant

Porter


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Thursday 20th April Friday 21st April Morning of the sale from

Viewing 10.00am to 4.00pm 10.00am to 8.00pm 8.00am to 10.00am

Venue Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Tel: 01384 444140 Email: info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Website: www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Buyers Premium 20% (24% VAT inclusive) on the hammer price

Sale number 0202G Catalogue £12/£15 by post

Front cover: Lot 698 Back cover: Lot 322 Order of sale: Lot 445

Please note that all emails requesting condition reports and images must be received by close of business on Thursday 20th April. All commission bids submitted by email must be received before close of business on Friday 21st April. In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006 all lots marked 3 which sell for €1000 or more are subject to a resale right royalty charge payable by the bidder. Please refer to clause 8b of our terms and conditions. Notice regarding the sale of material from Endangered Species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulation prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.

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The Auction – A Buying Guide We have outlined below all the information you will need to understand how to buy at auction. If you have any questions we are here to help. Email addresses and telephone numbers are provided in this catalogue, or if you are at the sale please ask a member of staff.

The Basics Viewing Our viewing times are shown at the front of the catalogue. Cataloguers are on hand to help with enquiries about the sale and specific lots. Most items are openly displayed in the saleroom; others are stored in secure cabinets. We ask that you take care when viewing the sale. If you need assistance to view large or heavy objects please ask a porter to help. Please note when handling any item at the view or at the sale you do so at your own risk.

The Catalogue All lots carry a description and pre-sale estimate of price. Estimates suggest the price that the lot may reach. Vendors’ reserves may be set, they are confidential, but they will not exceed the bottom estimate figure. Estimates do not include the buyers’ premium. Lots may carry abbreviations, e.g. S/D (some damage) or A/F (as found, considerable damage). We make every effort to note damage and restoration; the absence of any such note does not imply the lot is without defect. All customers should satisfy themselves of both conditions and descriptions. Any weights and measurements given are approximate. Any amendments to the catalogue are shown in Saleroom notices which are posted around the viewing/auction rooms. For further information on cataloguing terms used in the paintings and prints section please see our terms and conditions of business.

Saleroom facilities The saleroom has a café open on the Thursday and Friday prior to the sale and on the day of the sale.

Registration Anyone wishing to bid should register at the sales office and will receive a bidding or paddle number before the start of the sale. The number should be shown when bidding and paying and should be returned to the cash office at the end of the day. At present registration is carried out on the day of the sale only. Online bidding registration closes on the morning of the sale at 9.30am.

Auctioning the lots The speed of the auction will vary between auctioneers. Typically we will cover approximately 120-130 lots per hour. Bidding stops after the fall of the hammer and the auctioneer’s decision is final.

Bidding at the sale Bidders should use the paddles they have been assigned for the day and will need to show them clearly to the auctioneer when bidding. Invoices will only be raised to the name assigned to the paddle. We cannot transfer lots to other names or numbers after the fall of the hammer.

Absentee or commission bidding If you are unable to attend the sale but wish to bid on a lot, we can do this on your behalf. You will need to fill in a commission bid form; one is included in this catalogue. You should complete the contact details, list the lot and the maximum price you wish to pay, excluding the buyer’s premium. The form should then be submitted to our offices or a member of staff. The bid will be carried out by us and is entirely confidential. All bids are executed at as low a price as is permitted by other bids left and/or reserves set. Bids may be submitted by telephone or email, info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk, and must be received before 9am on the day of the sale. Successful buyers will receive an invoice after the sale; payment and collection details will be enclosed. Please note, this service is offered as a convenience. We take every care in carrying out bids left with us, however we cannot be held responsible for errors made or failure to execute bids, therefore commission bids are left at the bidder’s risk. Neither requests to “buy” nor rolling bids can be accepted. (Before leaving bids please see “conditions of absentee bidding” on the enclosed bid form).

Telephone bidding We can offer a limited number of telephone bidding lines on sale day enabling absentee bidders to bid “live”. This facility is only available on lots which carry a bottom estimate of £400 or more. Requests for telephone bids must be made by close of business the day before the sale and are allocated on a first come first served basis.

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Payment Payment can be made during or immediately after the sale. The successful buyer should take the bidding number to the cash office for processing. Payment can be made by cash, debit card, credit card or bank transfer (please ask for details). Payments over £500 are not taken over the phone and invoices must be paid in person or by bank transfer (please quote the buyer reference given on your invoice). Our bank details are: Fieldings Auctioneers Client Account Sort Code: 60 20 48 Account No.: 4553 2737 Please note that credit card payments carry a surcharge of 2% on the total invoice. In accordance with financial regulations we do not accept single cash payments over £9,999. Once payment has cleared, goods may be collected. Small items may be collected during the sale at the discretion of the porters, furniture may be removed at the end of the sale. Accounts staff are available to answer any enquiries regarding payment prior to and at the sale. Sold items not collected or paid for within seven days of the sale will incur storage charges of £2 per day per invoice.

Package and shipping We offer a limited packing service within the U.K. only and at the auctioneer’s discretion. For information please contact us. All liabilities are with the buyer. We do not pack or ship any fragile items including pottery, porcelain, glassware, paintings, arms or weaponry. We confidently suggest the following agent as an alternative:

Additional sales services Condition reports For prospective buyers who are unable to attend the viewing, we offer a condition report service. Requests for information and/or email images are accepted by telephone or email during the week before the sale. Demand is often very high for this service and, whilst we aim to reply at the latest 24 hours before sale day, we cannot guarantee this. Such reports are a statement of our opinion and are for guidance purposes only.

Online services Our catalogues may be viewed online and downloaded from our website www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk. Our recently re-designed site now offers search and lot alert facilities. If you are looking to buy a particular item then please visit the login page to register your details and add your key search words. If you simply want to be notified of each of our sales please login and register and we will send you an email announcement seven days prior to each sale. For further details please contact 01384 444140.

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Mailboxes – 01905 732830 info@mbeworcester.co.uk

Our saleroom offers street level access and has a disabled toilet facility. If you require any special assistance then please contact us prior to your visit so that we can try to assist further.

That’s your lot – 01902 475212 thatsyourlot@outlook.com

Professional services

Neither storage nor handling fees are charged for the first 7 days. After this time charges are made (please refer to our terms and conditions of business). When collecting furniture, owners will need to arrange collection times with our office and provide 48 hours advance notice. If an agent is collecting furniture we would require the third party to supply proof of identity and authorisation from the buyer.

Special Notice Notice Regarding the Sale of Material from Endangered Species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country

We provide a full range of professional valuation services for insurance, probate or family division purposes. These can be arranged by appointment at either your home or our offices and in each instance are tailored to suit the individual client’s requirements. Valuations for insurance may vary from a single item to an entire collection of goods. Full inventories can be prepared with illustrations if required. Valuations for probate purposes can be provided for executors and trustees. We may, in addition, be able to assist in clearing any property as required.

Valuation days Every Tuesday between 10am and 4pm at our Mill Race Lane premises, no appointment necessary.

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Order of sale Lot Numbers

Page Numbers

18th Century and Georgian

1 - 234

5 - 26

19th Century Continental

235 - 283

27 - 32

19th Century Pressed

284 - 366

33 - 39

19th Century British

367 - 575

40 - 63

Paperweights

576 - 610

64 - 67

20th Century Continental

611 - 671

68 - 74

20th Century Scandivian

672 - 703

75 - 79

20th Century British

704 - 786

80 - 88

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1-234 18th Century and Georgian

1 A late 18th Century clear crystal glass tankard circa 1800 of waisted cylindrical form with a medial annulated band, three ring moulded rim and applied hollow loop handle with scroll kick, engraved with a monogram amongst farming implements, hops and barley, height 16.5cm. £120 - £150 2 A late 18th Century wine jug circa 1780 of footed baluster form with flared rim, integral spout and applied loop handle with scroll kick, engraved with a monogram above hops and barley, height 17cm. £200 - £300 3 An 18th Century goblet circa 1770, large round funnel bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with five ply spiral outside a lace twist, raised to a conical foot, height 16.5cm. S/D.

6 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1770, small ogee form bowl with flared rim above a single series opaque twist stem with spiral tape, raised to a conical foot, height 16cm. £350 - £450 7 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, ogee bowl with everted rim above a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes outside a corkscrew, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm. £150 - £200 8 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1770, ovoid bowl engraved with a stylised rose and bud with hoho bird opposing above a double series opaque twist stem with ten ply spiral outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised to a conical foot, height 13cm. £80 - £120

£100 - £150 4 An 18th Century toasting glass circa 1780 with drawn trumpet bowl above a slender plain stem with internal tear, raised to a conical foot, height 17cm.

9 An 18th Century jelly glass circa 1750, bell form bowl with twin loop handles with scroll kick to the base above a compressed ball knop and circular spread foot, height 10.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£120 - £150

£200 - £300

5 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1780, funnel bowl with upper Oxo engraved and polished border above a hollow six sided Silesian stem, raised to a conical folded foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

10 An 18th Century tumbler circa 1770 of plain cylindrical form engraved with hops and barley, height 10cm.

£150 - £200

11 A late 18th Century Bristol blue punch cup circa 1780 of cylindrical form with pronounced wrythen spiral and applied loop handle with basal double kick, height 7cm.

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

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5 12 An 18th Century travelling communion wine jug with conical foot, capstan stem and compressed ovoid body with tall collar neck, applied loop handle and a small disc form stopper, engraved and gilded crests, height 13cm.

16 A late 18th Century miniature magnum decanter of shouldered ovoid form with slender collar neck and hollow blown ball stopper, height 12cm.

£100 - £150

17 A late 18th Century miniature decanter circa 1800, of Prussian form with a single bladed ring below wide flat rim and solid ball stopper, height 11cm, together with a similar period moulded example and a 19th Century miniature globe and shaft example with cut decoration. (3).

13 A late 18th Century miniature ale glass circa 1800, tall funnel bowl engraved with a floral band above an invert baluster form stem and domed foot, height 9cm, together with a similar matched pair with basal cut decoration. (2). £40 - £60

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

14 A late 18th Century miniature clear crystal glass decanter circa 1800, of Prussian form with applied spiral ring neck, height 8cm, together with a similar period miniature claret jug, height 7cm.

18 A late 18th Century miniature decanter circa 1800, of mallet shape with basal cutting below a slice cut neck and facet cut lozenge stopper, height 13cm, together with a similar smaller example with three ring neck and radial mushroom form stopper. (2).

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

15 A late 18th Century miniature decanter circa 1800, of Prussian form engraved with a running fruiting vine design below two ring neck and hollow blown ball stopper, height 10.5cm.

19 A late Georgian miniature Bristol blue decanter of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck and spire form stopper, height 13.5cm, together with a miniature Bristol blue rummer and footed wine. (3).

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

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30 A late 18th Century clear crystal lace makers globe of spherical form raised to a swept column base with folded foot, height 32cm, together with a similar period lidded jar raised to a shallow bladed knop stem and circular spread foot, height 28cm. (2).

20 An 18th Century clear crystal glass tazza circa 1750 with a wide circular top with collar rim raised to a hollow blown eight sided Silesian stem above an annulated collar and high domed and folded foot, width 26cm. £150 - £200

£100 - £150 21 A small 18th Century clear crystal glass mug circa 1750 of plain cylindrical form with an applied high loop handle with basal scroll kick and applied Bristol blue rim, height 8cm.

31 A late 18th Century clear crystal glass fish bowl of ovoid form with everted folded rim, raised to a swept base with circular spread and folded foot, height 24cm.

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

22 An 18th Century Bristol blue miniature mug of wrythen fluted cylindrical form with an applied high loop handle with basal scroll kick, height 7.5cm, together with a similar example in amethyst with vertical moulding. (2).

32 A late 18th Century cruet set comprising five matched clear crystal glass bottles all with flat cut decoration and white metal mounts, mounted to a hardwood stand with shaped rotating gallery having bottle apertures around a central turned carry handle all above a stepped swept base, height 32cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120 23 A miniature clear crystal drinking glass in the 18th Century taste with a round funnel bowl cut and polished with a fruiting vine border above a plain stem, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 5.2cm. £80 - £120 24 A late 18th Century miniature clear crystal glass decanter circa 1780 of Prussian form with basal and shoulder slice cut decoration below a two ring neck with a radially cut mushroom form stopper, height 13.5cm, together with a similar period miniature amethyst decanter of shouldered ovoid form with medial knopped neck. (2). £60 - £80

32 25 A late 18th Century covered sweetmeat jar circa 1800 with a square stepped base rising to a shouldered ovoid jar with collar neck and spire form cover, decorated with a diamond band over slice cut body, height 17cm, together with a similar period example with engraved and petal moulded body raised to a lemon squeezer base. (2). £120 - £150 26 A late Georgian clear crystal bowl circa 1810 of footed ovoid form with a flared rim decorated with applied blue trim over an engraved floral garland, later monogrammed and dated 1843, width 12.5cm. £120 - £150

27 A late 18th Century clear crystal glass mug circa 1800, of cylindrical form with a blue trimmed rim and applied high loop handle with basal scroll kick, height 8.5cm, together with a similar clear crystal example with an internal lipped rim. (2). £150 - £200 28 A pair of late 18th Century blown table salts circa 1790, of circular form with medial angular shoulder, width 8cm, together with a similar smaller example. (3). £80 - £120 29 A late 18th Century Irish clear cut crystal glass cream jug circa 1800, of footed compressed ovoid form with flared rim, integral spout and applied loop handle, band of flat cut decoration to the body, height 7cm, together with two similar examples. (3). £150 - £200

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£150 - £200 33 A late 18th Century Bristol blue decanter circa 1770 of sugarloaf form with tall collar neck with a facet lozenge stopper, height 31.5cm. £150 - £200 34 A late 18th Century Bristol blue decanter circa 1790 of taper form with collar neck and facet lozenge stopper, gilded to the shoulder with Rum below a fruiting vine collar, height 31cm. £120 - £150


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37 35 A late 18th Century clear crystal glass claret jug circa 1800, of sugarloaf form with a two ring neck, wide wave rim with integral spout and an applied loop handle below a target stopper, height 28cm. £180 - £220 36 A late 18th Century clear crystal ships decanter circa 1800 with wide base and conical body rising to a slice cut shoulder below three ring neck and flat rim with a target form stopper, height 24cm. £400 - £600

37 A pair of late Georgian clear crystal Cork decanters circa 1820, of broad based taper form with basal moulding below ribbed three ring necks and circular waffle stoppers, each relief moulded CORK GLASS CO to the base, height 24cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

39 39 An Irish Cork decanter circa 1810, of taper form with basal moulding below foliate motifs within ribbon tied garlands and ribbed two ring neck below a radial moulded target form stopper, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300

£60 - £80

£250 - £350

£1,000 - £1,500 38 A pair of Regency clear crystal decanters circa 1810, of canted square section with a band of strawberry diamond cuts between fan and fine lozenge cuts below a shallow collar neck and radial mushroom form stopper, height 23cm. (2).

41 An 18th Century clear crystal double oil and vinegar bottle circa 1760, swollen ovoid body with split neck decorated with applied trailing above a circular swept folded foot, height 22cm

40 A set of six late 18th Century Irish clear crystal rummers circa 1800, swollen ogee bowl with an engraved band of diamond panels with a shamrock motif above a bladed knop stem, raised to a stepped circular spread foot, height 13cm. (6). £400 - £600

42 A late 18th Century Irish, Cork, clear crystal rinser bowl circa 1800, of plain circular form with integral double spout, engraved with a double wave line band with star motifs above basal cutting, height 9cm. Provenance - From the Rev Canon R. M. L. Westropp of Kirby Lonsdale, Cumbria. £60 - £80

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43 A pair of late 18th Century Irish, Cork, clear crystal rummers circa 1800, pointed round funnel bowls with an upper engraved band of swags and stars above basal moulding, bladed knop and short plain stem, raised to a circular spread foot.

45 A small collection of late 18th Century Irish, Cork, clear crystal drinking glasses circa 1800, bucket bowls engraved with a double wave line band with star motifs and repeat swag motifs above a plain stem, raised to a conical foot. (6)

48 An 18th Century finger bowl and stand circa 1760, ogee form bowl with an upper engraved border with repeat swag motif with cross hatch lines and stylised flowers and foliage, together with a matched dish form stand with deep well and wide flat rim. (2).

Provenance - From the Rev Canon R. M. L. Westropp of Kirby Lonsdale, Cumbria (2).

Provenance - From the Rev Canon R. M. L. Westropp of Kirby Lonsdale, Cumbria.

£200 - £300

£180 - £220

£200 - £300

44 A pair of late 18th Century Irish, Cork, clear crystal drinking glasses circa 1800, bucket bowl engraved with a double wave line band with star motifs above a plain stem, raised to a conical foot, together with a matched smaller pair. (4)

46 A small collection of late 18th Century tot glasses with ogee bowls decorated with various cut and engraved designs with plain and bladed knop stems raised to conical and circular spread foot. (6).

Provenance - From the Rev Canon R. M. L. Westropp of Kirby Lonsdale, Cumbria. £180 - £220

£120 - £150 47 An 18th Century clear crystal tazza circa 1745, circular dish form top with shallow upstand rim above a hollow blown inverted baluster form stem with two flat basal knops, raised to a slightly domed and folded foot, height 11.5cm, width 19.5cm. £250 - £350

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49 A late 18th Century clear crystal tankard circa 1800, waisted body with applied high loop handle with basal scroll kick, engraved with a monogram with stylised foliate motifs, raised to a plain circular foot, height 13.5cm. £150 - £200 50 A late 17th Century Venetian glass pedestal bowl, ovoid bowl with upper folded rim above a repeat interwoven stylised floral band with basal moulding, raised to a swept stem with folded foot, height 15cm, width 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

52 51 A large Regency period Masonic rummer circa 1810, bucket bowl finely engraved with a figure seated to steps playing a harp between four vine wrapped pillars surmounted with globes, moon and sun with stars, monogram panel opposing, above a bladed knop stem, raised to a terraced circular spread foot, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 52 A large Regency period Masonic rummer circa 1810, deep bucket bowl heavily and finely engraved with Masonic emblems decorated with figures and ribbon tied floral borders, to the opposing side a verse reading, ‘The world is in pain, Our secrets to gain, But still let them wonder and gaeson, They ne’er can divine, The word nor the sign, of a free and accepted Mason’ within finely engraved borders further detailed with floral borders and Masonic emblems, above a shallow capstan stem and terraced circular spread foot, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600


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53 53 A large late Georgian rummer dated 1801, ovoid bowl engraved with an upper printie and star border above a scrolled foliate band around Bucranium skulls with ribbon tied laurel leaf garlands and circular paterae with monograms, above slice cut base, capstan stem and stepped circular foot, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 54 A late 18th Century clear crystal tumbler circa 1800 of barrel form, decorated with a central engraved monogram attributed to William Absolon between fine clear crystal trailed borders, height 12cm. £150 - £200 55 A late 18th Century Sunderland rummer circa 1800, barrel bowl, finely engraved with a rectangular cartouche panel with a view of a masted sailing ship beneath the Sunderland bridge, with monogram cartouche opposing with fine floral borders above slice cut base, raised to a bladed stem and conical foot, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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56 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, ogee bowl with basal hammered finish above a double series opaque twist stem with four ply spiral tapes outside a lace twist, raised to a conical foot, height 14.5cm.

59 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, large pan top bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes outside a central lace twist, raised to a conical foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300

£300 - £500

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60 An 18th Century goblet circa 1765, oversized ogee form bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes outside a lace twist, raised to a conical foot, height 18.5cm. £250 - £350

57 An 18th Century excise glass circa 1750, round funnel bowl cut, polished and engraved with a fruiting vine with moth opposing above a hollow blown plain stem, raised to a folded conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 58 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1765, ogee bowl engraved by engraver G with a rose with bud on bough with a thistle opposing above a double series opaque twist stem, two spiral tapes outside an opaque gauze, raised to a conical foot, height 14.5cm. £400 - £600 59

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£250 - £350

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61 An 18th Century ‘disguised’ Jacobite drinking glass circa 1750, bell bowl diamond point engraved to the upper rim with a scrolling floral band of forget me not, rose, rose in bud, carnation and lily above a basal bowl tear and plain stem, raised to a conical foot, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 62 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, tall round funnel bowl on composite multiple series air twist stem, short plain section above a large upper knop with further basal knop, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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65 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, flared bucket form bowl above a multiple series air twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm. £200 - £300

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67 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, bell form bowl above a mixed twist stem with four opaque spiral tapes outside a central air twist vertical cable, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

66 An 18th Century dark metal cordial glass circa 1760, round funnel bowl with basal vertical moulding above a thick double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes outside a central gauze, raised to a conical foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

68 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1770, waisted ogee bowl with engraved floral border above a hollow diamond facet cut stem, raised to a conical foot, height 16.5cm. £200 - £300

£400 - £600 69 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, flared trumpet bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes with a central corkscrew, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm.

£300 - £500 63 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, tall drawn trumpet bowl above a light balustroid stem with plain section with beaded ball knop and further plain section, raised to a domed foot, 18cm.

£200 - £300 70 An 18th Century mead glass circa 1750, cup bowl above a plain stem, raised to a conical foot, height 14.5cm.

£300 - £500 64 An 18th Century tall two piece cordial glass circa 1750, drawn funnel bowl with a four spiral mercury air twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£180 - £220 71 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1720, thistle bowl above a four sided Silesian stem with two collars, sloping shoulders and internal tear, raised to a folded conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£400 - £600

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71 72 An 18th Century toasting glass circa 1750, tall drawn trumpet bowl above a slender plain stem, raised to a folded conical foot, height 19cm. £200 - £300

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76 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1765, small ovoid bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with six ply spiral around a central multiple ply corkscrew, raised to a conical foot, height 13.5cm. £180 - £220

73 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, large pan top bowl above a multiple series air twist stem with medial swollen knop, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 74 A large 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, oversized ogee bowl with basal hammered decoration above a plain stem, raised to a shallow folded conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 75 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, bell form bowl above a composite stem with beaded ball knop on a short plain section over a multiple series air twist stem with an upper knop and smaller basal knop, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

77 An 18th Century Jacobite cordial glass circa 1750, round funnel bowl engraved with honeysuckle flowers with a moth opposing above a multiple series air twist stem, raised to a domed foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 78 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, pan top bowl above a multiple series air twist stem with basal drop knop and short plain section below, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 79 An 18th Century firing glass circa 1740, deceptive round funnel bowl above a plain stem, raised to a heavy circular foot, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

80 80 An 18th Century two piece Jacobite drinking glass circa 1740, drawn trumpet engraved with a rose on a bough with a bee opposing, above a plain stem, raised to a wide conical foot, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

81 81 An 18th Century light baluster drinking glass circa 1730, slender bell form bowl above solid section to inverted baluster form stem, raised to a domed foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

£600 - £800

£300 - £500

£500 - £800

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87 82 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, heavily fluted round funnel bowl above a double series air twist stem with a pair of mercury twists outside a central air twist vertical cable, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 83 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, ogee bowl engraved with a landscape scene with a cottage, castle turret and stag amongst trees above a double series opaque twist stem with five ply spiral band outside spiral tapes, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm. £200 - £300 84 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, round funnel bowl above a balustroid stem with compressed shoulder knop above a plain stem with medial knop, raised to a folded conical foot, height 15.5cm. £200 - £300

89 85 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, round funnel bowl above a single series air twist stem with a heavy mercury twist, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm. £300 - £400 86 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, flared bucket bowl above a mixed triple series stem with a lace twist and twin spiral cables around a vertical air core, raised to a conical foot, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 87 An 18th Century oversized two piece goblet circa 1750 with large drawn trumpet bowl Dutch engraved with ‘GELUK MET DEN LONG GEBOORNEN’ within a scrolled ribbon around a central shell motif above a large plain stem with an internal tear, raised to a conical foot, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

90 88 An 18th Century ale glass circa 1750, tall round funnel bowl engraved with hops and barley above a multiple series air twist stem with shoulder and medial knop, raised to a conical foot, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 89 An 18th Century marriage goblet circa 1750, round funnel bowl engraved with two cherubs holding a ribbon tied garland supporting two family crests in oval cartouche panels above Latin script VIVITEDIU FELICES (Live a happy life), above a solid base with small tear and plain stem with medial knop, raised to a domed foot, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

91 90 An 18th Century light baluster Friendship goblet circa 1740, round funnel bowl finely engraved with two hands clasped in a handshake above a multi knopped stem with basal bladed above a short plain section falling to an inverted baluster with a large compressed beaded knop and further small basal knop, raised to a conical foot, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 91 An 18th Century composite drinking glass circa 1750, bell bowl with multiple series air twist forming from the base of the bowl into the stem with basal angular knop, raised to a domed foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 92 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, ogee bowl with basal vertical moulding above a double series air twist stem with two spiral corkscrews outside a vertical gauze, raised to a conical foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

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102 93 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, round funnel bowl above a single series air twist stem with mercury twist, raised to a conical foot, height 16cm. £300 - £400 94 An 18th Century fine baluster drinking glass circa 1730, bell form bowl with solid base above a thick stem with internal tear over a large knop with further small knop below, raised to a domed foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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96 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1775, ogee bowl cut polished and engraved with a fruiting vine with bee opposing above basal cutting with a facet cut stem having swollen medial knop, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm. £200 - £300 97 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, pan top bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of spiral threads, raised to a conical foot, height 16cm. £200 - £300

95 An 18th Century dark metal light baluster drinking glass circa 1700, round funnel bowl with a solid base having an internal tear above a hollow inverted baluster form stem with further basal knop, raised to a folded conical foot, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

98 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, ogee bowl with vertical basal moulding above a mixed twist stem with six ply spiral tapes outside a pair of spiral tapes all round a solid grey core, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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99 An 18th Century ale glass circa 1750, tall round funnel bowl engraved with hops and barley above a single series air twist stem with a spiral gauze, raised to a conical foot, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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109 100 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1765, round funnel bowl with a solid base above a double series opaque twist stem with four spiral threads outside a vertical cable, raised to a folded conical foot, height 14cm. £200 - £300 101 A large 18th Century goblet circa 1740, bucket form bowl above a plain stem with an internal split tear, raised to a large domed foot, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

110 103 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1780, round funnel bowl with OXO border above an arched ribbon engraved with VIA CRUCIS VIA LUCIS (Way of the cross, Way of light), with basal cutting above a facet diamond cut stem, raised to a conical foot, height 13.5cm.

106 A small 18th Century balustroid drinking glass circa 1740, tall bell bowl with everted rim and vertical moulding above a compressed knop with further ball knop, plain section and small basal knop, raised to a folded conical foot, height 12.5cm.

£200 - £300

£150 - £200

104 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1730, round funnel bowl above a short plain stem, raised to a helmet domed and folded foot, height 11cm.

107 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, large bell bowl engraved C. P. Leake above solid base with tears, raised to a multiple series air twist stem with large shoulder knop above a folded conical foot, height 18cm.

£200 - £300 102 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, tall ogee bowl engraved with an upper floral border above vertical basal moulding, above a double series air twist stem, raised to a conical folded foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

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105 An 18th Century two piece drinking glass circa 1750, drawn trumpet bowl above a multiple series air twist stem, raised to a conical folded foot, height 20cm £300 - £500

£400 - £600 108 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, round funnel bowl above a balustroid stem with compressed shoulder and bladed medial knop to the teared stem, raised to a folded conical foot, height 15cm. £180 - £220

112 109 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1750, bell form bowl engraved with a rose and two buds on bough with an oak leaf opposing above a composite stem with short plain section over an inverted baluster form multiple series air twist stem with upper knop, raised to a conical foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 110 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1725, trumpet bowl with solid base above a baluster form stem with small shoulder knop, plain section, large medial ball knop and further plain section, raised to a wide folded conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 111 An 18th Century Kit-Kat drinking glass circa 1740, drawn trumpet bowl above a plain stem and inverted baluster with an internal tear, raised to a folded conical foot, 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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112 An 18th Century Champagne glass circa 1730, shallow round funnel bowl with everted rim, engraved to the upper rim with a band of baroque decoration above a plain stem with large medial beaded knop, raised to a folded domed foot, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

115 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1730, drawn trumpet bowl above a baluster form stem with plain section falling to a large beaded ball knop with smaller knop below, raised to a conical foot, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

118 An 18th Century Bristol green drinking glass circa 1785, ovoid bowl with vertical ribbing above an inverted baluster form stem, raised to a circular spread foot with further wrythen spiral ribbing, height 12cm.

122 An 18th Century jelly glass circa 1760, trumpet bowl with vertical ribbed and oval moulded panels, raised to a large foot with heavy overstitching, height 9cm.

£500 - £800

£120 - £150

£600 - £800

116 An 18th Century sweetmeat dish circa 1750, double ogee bowl with heavy vertical ribs above an eight sided Silesian stem with a four disc basal knop over a heavily ribbed domed and folded foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

119 An 18th Century Bristol green drinking glass circa 1770, cup bowl above a large inverted hollow baluster form stem, raised to a folded conical foot, height 11cm.

123 A late 18th Century clear crystal ale jug circa 1800 of baluster form with a collar neck, integral spout and an attached loop handle with basal scroll kick, engraved decorated with hops and barley around a central monogram, height 15.5cm.

£400 - £600

120 An 18th Century emerald green drinking glass circa 1760, ovoid bowl with basal honeycomb moulding above a tapered plain stem, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm.

124 A collection of four 18th Century jelly glasses all circa 1760, bell form bowls above beaded knops and a circular spread foot, tallest 11cm. (4).

£300 - £500

£120 - £150

113 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, large bell form bowl above a slender balustroid stem with shoulder, medial and basal knops, raised to a folded conical foot, height 17cm. £250 - £350 114 An 18th Century Newcastle light baluster drinking glass circa 1740, large round funnel bowl above a slender multiple knopped stem with lower inverted baluster section with internal tear, raised to a folded conical foot, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

117 An 18th Century Champagne glass circa 1740, ogee form bowl with an everted rim heavily ribbed with slight wrythen spiral above a double knopped stem, raised to a radial ribbed conical foot, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

£200 - £300

£100 - £150

£150 - £200

121 A small group of 18th Century Bristol green Roemer drinking glasses circa 1800, all with cup form bowls above a hollow blown stem with applied raspberry prunts above a circular spread foot with self colour threading, tallest 11.5cm. (4). £120 - £150

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125 An 18th Century sweetmeat circa 1750, shallow ogee form bowl with a dentated rim above a multiple series opaque twist baluster form stem, raised to an overstitched conical foot, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED.

129 An 18th Century syllabub glass circa 1760, saucer top bowl above a compressed beaded knop, raised to a domed foot, height 10.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£250 - £300

130 An 18th Century jelly glass circa 1770, bell form bowl with vertical ribbing and an applied slender loop handle with basal scroll kick above a compressed knop, raised to a domed and radially ribbed foot, height 10.5cm.

126 An 18th Century sweetmeat circa 1740, shallow ribbed ogee form bowl set on a cup shaped knop, raised to a domed and radially rib moulded foot, height 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150

129 132 A pair of late 18th Century clear crystal glass finger bowls circa 1780, of circular form with a scalloped rim, each decorated with repeat flat cut pattern of diamonds and scallops, width 11cm. (2).

128 135 An 18th Century Lynn finger bowl circa 1775, of stepped cylindrical form with a graduated optic banded decoration, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

£50 - £80 133 An 18th Century Lynn bowl rinser circa 1775, of cylindrical form with integral twin lip and graduated optic banded decoration, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

136 An early 18th Century finger bowl, cylindrical form with heavily gadrooned base, the rim with a broad engraved band of wrigglework above bell flowers within arches, height 8.2cm, diameter 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£100 - £150

£300 - £400 127 A pair of 18th Century jelly glasses, tall bell form bowl engraved with stylised carnations and foliage above a knopped stem, raised to a domed foot, height 12cm. (2).

131 An 18th Century water glass circa 1750, large ogee form bowl engraved with a running floral border above a compressed knop, raised to a domed and folded foot, height 11cm.

£120 - £150

£200 - £300

134 An 18th Century Lynn finger bowl circa 1775, of cylindrical form with a graduated optic banded decoration, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

137 An 18th Century Milch glass tankard of waisted cylindrical form with an applied high loop handle with basal scroll kick, enamel decorated with a fruiting vine design, height 9.5cm, together with a similar period baluster form jug with floral enamel. (2). £60 - £80

128 An 18th Century syllabub circa 1760, pan top bowl with vertical ribbing and a deep floral engraved border with rococo scrolls above a bladed knop, raised to a domed and radially moulded rib foot, height 12cm. £140 - £160

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150 A late Georgian ruby glass rinser circa 1810, of swollen ovoid form with flat cut decoration, height 9cm, together with a plain amethyst and green example. (3). £80 - £120

136 138 A late Regency clear crystal glass rinser circa 1820, of cylindrical form with slice cut body between horizontal rings over a radial star cut base, together with a plain slice cut example. (2).

151 142 A late Georgian Bristol green finger bowl circa 1810, of circular form with heavy vertical fluted body, height 9.5cm, together with a similar pale green example. (2). £60 - £80

£60 - £80

£60 - £80 139 A pair of late Regency clear crystal glass rinsers circa 1820, of cylindrical form with basal slice cut body below mitre cut horizontal rings. (2).

143 A late Georgian Bristol green table rinser circa 1810, of circular form with large diamond moulded body, together with the matched finger bowl. (2). £60 - £80

£60 - £80 140 A late Regency clear crystal glass rinser circa 1820, of cylindrical form with bands of flat cut diamonds between horizontal rings over a radial star cut base, together with an early Victorian finger bowl with deep hobnail diamond cut. (2). £60 - £80 141 A late Regency clear crystal glass rinser circa 1820, of cylindrical form with vertical pillar moulded decoration with alternating fine strawberry diamond panels, together with a similar example with vertical pillar moulding. (2). £60 - £80

146 A late Georgian Bristol green finger bowl circa 1810, of circular form with heavy vertical fluted body with wrythen spiral rim, height 9cm, together with a similar paler example. (2).

144 A late Georgian Bristol blue finger bowl circa 1810, of cylindrical section with a heavy diamond moulding, height 8.5cm, together with a similar swollen ovoid example. (2). £60 - £80 145 A late Georgian Bristol blue finger bowl circa 1810, of circular form with heavy vertical fluted body with wrythen spiral rim, height 9cm, together with a similar paler example. (2). £60 - £80

147 A late Georgian amethyst glass finger bowl circa 1810, flared circular form with a medial annulated ring, height 9.5cm, together with a similar period example with fine graduated diamond moulding. (2). £60 - £80 148 A late Georgian Bristol green finger bowl circa 1810, of circular form with heavy vertical fluted body with wrythen spiral rim, height 9cm, together with a similar example. (2).

151 A late 18th Century sweetmeat dish circa 1780, ogee bowl with scalloped rim and flat cut decoration above a facet cut stem with medial knop, raised to a facet cut domed foot with scalloped rim, height 16cm, together with a similar example. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 152 A near pair of late 18th Century clear crystal glass sugar dredgers of shouldered cylindrical form with repeat scale facet cutting below a slice cut neck with white metal pierced cover with finial top, tallest 14cm (2). £40 - £60 153 A late Georgian small clear crystal glass oil or vinegar decanter, circa 1780, slender bottle form with collar neck and spire form stopper with repeat bands of flat cut decoration, height 20cm, together with a similar period foot ovoid example and a later Victorian example. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

149 A late Georgian Bristol blue rinser circa 1810, cylindrical form with a band of strawberry diamond over basal mitre cuts, height 9.5cm, together with a later finger bowl with arched panel moulding. (2).

154 A late 18th Century clear crystal glass syllabub glass of elongated ogee form with a scalloped rim and flat cut decoration, raised to a scalloped edge foot, height 12cm, together with two similar smaller example and a similar period flat cut rummer with a lemon squeezer base. (4).

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

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162 A late 18th Century Bristol blue decanter circa 1780 of Indian Club form with a lozenge form stopper gilded with BRANDY within a radial sunburst cartouche above ribbon tied laurel leaf boughs with matched gilded stopper, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 163 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, drawn trumpet bowl above a multiple series air twist stem, raised to a folded conical foot, height 17cm. £80 - £120 159, 153 & 159 155 A late 18th Century table salt circa 1780, of boat shaped pedestal form with flat cut decoration, raised to a stepped oval foot with diamond form base, height 8cm, together with two oval examples with scalloped rims. (3).

158 A late Georgian Anglo-Irish clear crystal glass table centre bowl circa 1820, of circular form with a deep roll rim decorated with repeat diamond and swag decoration, raised to facet knopped stem and square foot, height 19cm.

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

156 A late 18th Century table salt circa 1780 of cup form with flat cut decoration raised to a slice cut stem and facet cut foot, height 7.5cm, together with two similar example. (3).

159 A late 18th Century clear crystal glass flask circa 1780 of compressed ovoid form with flat cut decoration in the form of a radial star with facet shoulders below a white metal domed cap, height 17cm, together with a similar period and style tea caddy of shouldered ovoid form. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80 157 A late Georgian Anglo-Irish clear crystal glass table centre bowl circa 1820, of boat shape with a band of strawberry diamond cut decoration with basal slice cutting, raised to a swept diamond form stem with stepped base, height 13cm. £80 - £120

161 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, round funnel bowl above a multi series spiral band around a double series opaque twist stem to a conical foot, height 14cm, S/D.

164 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1775, round funnel bowl with OXO border above a facet cut stem, raised to a conical foot, height 11cm, together with a later rummer with slice cut body and terraced foot and a further later plain example. (3).

£80 - £120

£80 - £120 165 A late Georgian amethyst glass scent bottle circa 1780 of footed spherical form with a slender collar neck, fitted with a metal stopper with slender waisted handle, height 11cm. £50 - £80 166 A set of six late Georgian Bristol green drinking glasses circa 1820, drawn trumpet bowl above a slender plain stem, raised to a shallow conical foot, together with a similar set with flared trumpet bowls above a bladed knop and shallow slender stem all in a pale green tint. (12).

£80 - £120 160 A late Georgian clear crystal glass rinser circa 1810, of circular form with a deep diamond mould pattern, together with an earlier facet cut example and a further cylindrical example with basal mitre cut and stars below a repeat pattern rim. (3). £60 - £80

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167 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1755, large pan top bowl engraved to the upper border with a scrolling band of fruiting vine with a rose, passion flower, sunflower and honeysuckle above a multiple series air twist stem with medial knop raised to a conical foot, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

170 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755 round funnel bowl above a multiple series air twist stem with large shoulder knop and basal knop with annulated base, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£500 - £600 168 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, slender bell form bowl above a multiple series air twist stem with shoulder and basal knop, raised to a conical folded foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

171 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760 with a drawn trumpet bowl above three basal collars and a mixed twist stem with a pair of mercury threads outside an opaque gauze, raised to a conical foot, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£250 - £350

£350 - £450

169 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1960, large bell form bowl above a mixed twist stem with four opaque spiral threads outside a multiple spiral air twist, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm.

172 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755 with a large deceptive bell form bowl above a multiple series air twist stem with large shoulder knop, raised to a conical foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£350 - £450

£250 - £300

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173 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, large bell form bowl above a multiple series air twist stem commencing at the base of the bowl, raised to a conical foot, height 19cm. £200 - £300

£300 - £400 174 An 18th Century ale glass circa 1755 with a slender drawn bell bowl above a multiple series air twist stem with basal and medial knops, raised to a conical foot, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

175 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, ogee form bowl with basal diamond moulding above a double series opaque twist stem with fourteen ply spiral band outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

176 176 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1755, round funnel bowl engraved with a rose and bud to a bough with a large moth opposing above a mercury twist stem with three outer spirals around a central air column, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300

£600 - £800

£300 - £500

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177 A late 17th Century Dram glass circa 1690 with a drawn trumpet bowl with solid base above a squat hollow knop, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 11.5cm.

179 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, large bucket form bowl above a mercury twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£150 - £200

£300 - £500

178 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, large pointed round funnel bowl with basal nut moulding above an incised stem, raised to a conical foot, height 16.5cm.

180 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, ogee bowl with basal vertical moulding above a mercury twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£350 - £450

£200 - £300

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181 An early 18th Century Flammiform Ale glass circa 1700, wrythen and pulled bowl below a plain rim later engraved GOD SAVE KING GEORGE above a bladed and basal knop, raised to a shallow conical folded foot, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 182 An 18th Century mead glass circa 1740, ovoid bowl above a plain stem, raised to a conical foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

181 183 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, bell bowl above a plain stem, raised to a domed foot, height 15.5cm. £150 - £200 184 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1740, drawn trumpet bowl above a plain stem, raised to conical folded foot, height 14cm. £250 - £350

£450 - £500

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194 A pair of 17th Century Venetian glass reliquaries with a circular spread foot, ball knop stem and cylindrical body with a spire finial cover, each with two red wax seals to the body, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 195 An 18th Century pale blue bottle, possibly Persian, of fluted globe and shaft form with flat collar neck, decorated with a spiral trailed line to the neck, height 16cm. 196

194 185 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1740, bell bowl engraved with a large variant rose and slashed bud on bough above basal tear and plain stem, raised to a domed and folded foot, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

188 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, drawn trumpet bowl above a multiple series opaque twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 18cm.

£600 - £800

189 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, ogee form bowl above a colour twist stem with a five ply spiral outside a pair of spiral tapes edged in red, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

186 An 18th Century Newcastle goblet circa 1750, large bell form bowl engraved with a friendship emblem of two hands below a radiating sun motif, with D’VRIND SCHAP within foliate scrolls and sun motif opposing, above a composite stem with shoulder and medial plain above invert baluster with beaded knop, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,200 - £1,500

£200 - £300

£250 - £350

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192 An 18th Century clear crystal glass half pint jug of ribbed shouldered form with collar neck and integral spout edged in blue, applied loop handle with scroll kick to the base, height 11.5cm. £220 - £250

190 A late 17th to early 18th Century sweetmeat circa 1700, having a shallow circular bowl with folded rim above a plain stem, raised to a conical folded foot, height 9cm.

191 A small 18th Century carafe of conical form with flat rim and applied loop handle with scroll kick to the base all in a deep amber, height 10cm. £40 - £60

£40 - £60 196 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1785, ogee bowl with basal facet cuts falling to a hollow diamond facet cut stem, raised to a conical foot, the bowl fine engraved with Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense within a scrolled ribbon, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 197 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, small ogee form bowl engraved with a fruiting vine border above a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral threads around a spiral gauze, raised to a conical foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£1,800 - £2,200

£300 - £400 187 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, large bell bowl above a plain stem with long internal tear, raised to a conical folded foot, height 18.5cm.

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£200 - £300 193 193 A late 18th Century Wrockwardine jug circa 1800, of ovoid form with collar neck and integral spout with an applied loop handle with basal scroll kick, decorated with white splash over the sea green ground, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

198 An 18th Century Jacobite type drinking glass circa 1765, large ogee form bowl engraved with a flowering rose on bough with moth opposing above a double series opaque twist stem with five ply spiral outside a lace twist, raised to a conical foot, height 16cm, ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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199 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, round funnel bowl relief moulded with a running vine motif with basal spiral above a double series opaque twist stem with two tapes outside a central spiral, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

207 An 18th Century Jacobite ale glass circa 1750, tall slender bell form bowl engraved with a rose on bough with two buds and leaves above a multiple series air twist stem, raised to a conical foot engraved Redeat, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£1,200 - £1,500

£1,200 - £1,500

200 A late 18th Century drinking glass circa 1790, large bucket bowl with gilded rim above a multiple series air twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

208 A late 17th to early 18th Century blown glass table salt with a one piece double wall bowl falling to a waisted stem and high domed foot with conical rim, height 8.5cm.

£40 - £60

Provenance - Former Honeybourne Museum Collection.

201 A large 18th Century goblet circa 1765, ovoid bowl engraved and polished with a fruiting vine rim above a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes outside a spiral cable, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£300 - £400 209 An 18th Century glass jug and basin set circa 1770, the bowl of plain circular form engraved with a repeat floral border, together with a matched jug of footed baluster form with applied loop handle with scroll kick, both engraved ‘SUCCESS TO THE COAL TRADE’. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

£350 - £450 202 A late Georgian tumbler with a monogram with oak leaf garlands and a crown and anchor opposing, height 11cm.

£3,000 - £4,000

£50 - £80 203 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, double ogee form bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes outside a central solid vertical cable, raised to a conical foot, height 14cm. £150 - £180 204 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, round funnel bowl with basal vertical moulding above a double series air twist stem with spiral tapes outside a vertical cable, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

209 (part) 205 A matched set of six Regency amethyst wine glasses with a round funnel bowl with flared rim, engraved with flowers and foliage above a slender double knopped stem, raised to a circular spread foot, height 12.5cm. (6).

206 A large 18th Century Privateer goblet circa 1760, the bucket form bowl engraved with a masted gun ship below ‘Success to the DEFIANCE’ above a plain stem, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£180 - £220

£2,500 - £3,000

210 An 18th Century amethyst glass flask of compressed globe and shaft form with tall slender neck, decorated with applied self colour rigger work, height 22cm. £400 - £600 211 An 18th Century Silesian Friendship glass circa 1740, pointed round funnel bowl, heavily cut, polished and engraved with cartouche panels showing clasped hands within rococo scroll borders above basal facet cuts and an invert facet cut baluster stem, raised to a shallow conical foot with floral engraved border, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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214 212 A pair of 18th Century small wines, slender ovoid bowl engraved with an armorial of three axes within a shield with floral garlands and flower opposing, above a slender plain stem and raised to a conical foot, height 12.5cm. (2). £60 - £80

215 214 An 18th Century Austro-Hungarian decanter circa 1780 of shouldered cylindrical form with slender neck, engraved with a large armorial and stylised garden scene opposing below a pattern collar neck and a facet cut tasting stopper, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

213 A large 18th Century goblet circa 1760, bucket bowl engraved with an armorial crest above PAX DOMI ET BELLUM FORIS within a scrolled ribbon, above a plain stem, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £450

216 216 A late 17th to early 18th Century English Roemer circa 1690 to 1700 with large ovoid bowl above integral stem, decorated with applied rigger work collar and prunts above a flared and threaded foot, all in a pale sea green, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

215 An 18th Century Irish, Cork decanter of Prussian form with basal moulding, engraved floral garland and three annulated ring neck below a target form stopper, relief moulded mark WATERLOO CO CORK to the base, height 27cm, together with a matched pair of 18th Century green glass decanters with annulated two ring neck and lozenge form stoppers, each gilded with Brandy & Hollands with foliate borders. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

217 An early 18th Century drinking glass with a large bucket bowl above a short plain stem, raised to a circular spread and folded foot, height 11cm. £50 - £80

218 218 An 18th Century Ratafia drinking glass circa 1765 with a tall, slender funnel bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with five ply spiral threads outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised to a conical foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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219 219 A late 17th Century twin handled wine taster of shallow circular form with a floral engraved upper border with applied loop handles with scroll terminal above a gadrooned base and small circular foot, width 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

222 A late 17th Century European Roemer drinking glass with an ovoid form above an integral stem with applied rigger work collar and prunts, raised to a flared and threaded foot all in pale green, height 13.5cm.

£600 - £800

£200 - £300

220 An 18th Century English rose water bottle of shouldered ovoid form with slender collar neck, applied loop handle and high spout, decorated with stylised leaves over the deep blue ground, height 19cm, together with a similar hookah base. (2).

223 A late 17th Century European Roemer drinking glass with an ovoid form, wrythen fluted bowl raised to a flared and threaded foot with applied prunts, all in pale green, height 12cm.

£60 - £80

224 A 19th Century English amethyst glass Roemer with a diamond mould ovoid bowl above a clear crystal stem with applied amethyst rigger work collar and prunts, raised to a threaded circular foot, height 11cm.

221 A late 17th Century European Roemer drinking glass with an ovoid form above an integral stem with applied rigger work collar and prunts, raised to a flared and threaded foot all in pale green, height 14cm. £250 - £350

£200 - £300

£200 - £300

225 A large 18th Century commemorative goblet for the accession of William IV of Orange, round funnel bowl engraved with a central CWHF monogram for Carel Willem Friso Henricks within a garter band, below a crown with laurel garland shoulders, to the reverse VIVT ORANJE, above a double shoulder knop and baluster form stem with internal tear and basal knop, raised to a conical folded foot, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,600 - £1,800 226 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750 with a drawn trumpet above a mercury twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

227 227 An 18th Century Silesian sweetmeat bowl of oval section with slice cut body engraved with hunting scenes within rococo scroll borders above a facet cut baluster form stem and shaped foot, with matched finial mounted cover, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £180 - £220

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230 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, round funnel bowl above a mercury twist, raised to a domed foot, height 16cm. £250 - £350 231 DAVIS (F) EARLY 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH GLASS, London, Hamlyn Publishing, 1971, SCHLOSSER (J) DAS ALTE GLAS, Braunschweig, Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1965 and BARRINGTON HAYNES (E) GLASS THROUGH THE AGES, Suffolk, Penguin Books, 1966 (3). £30 - £50 228 228 An 18th Century Lauenstein gilded wine glass circa 1770, the ovoid bowl with gilded rim above thickened base with tear above a medial bladed knop with further tear, raised to a high domed and folded foot, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

232 BLES (J) RARE ENGLISH GLASSES OF THE XVII & XVIII CENTURIES, ex-public library, London, Geoffrey Bles. £30 - £50 233 FRANCIS (G.R) OLD ENGLISH DRINKING GLASSES, numbered 55 of 150, signed by the author, London, Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1926

£120 - £180 229 A 19th Century Jacobite type drinking glass circa 1785, round funnel bowl gilded in the manner of James Giles with floral bouquet and sprigs, basal cutting to the bowl viewed as a rose to the interior above a hollow diamond facet cut stem, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£800 - £1,200 229

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234 JOKELSON (P) SULPHIDES THE ART OF CAMEO INCRUSTATION, New York, Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1968, WEISS (G) THE BOOK OF GLASS, London, Barrie & Jenkins, 1971 and KUNSTMUSEUM DUSSELDORF GLASS, Dusseldorf, Bearbeitet von Elfriede Heinemeyer, 1966 (3). £30 - £50


235-283 19th Century Continental

246 A large late 19th Century Bohemian glass vase by Franz Welz of shouldered ovoid form, collar neck with applied clear crystal rustic form handles decorated with a wrythen spiral pull up lattice in pink and amber over the opal ground with opal interior, height 27cm.

235 A late 19th Century Loetz glass vase of spherical form in the Aesthetic taste, a relief enamelled and gilt oriental dragon on the dye away tangerine to opal ground rising to a gilt band with black enamelled characters, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £450 - £550

£250 - £300

236 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol Ware vase in the Persian taste with a folded circular foot below a compressed ovoid body with flared collar neck and applied arched handles, cased in clear crystal over a tonal pink swirled ground with gilded highlights, height 19cm. 235

£100 - £150 237 A late 19th Century Harrach vase of footed compressed ovoid form with tall slender collar neck with upper knop, enamel decorated with stylised flowers and foliage over an ivory ground, enamel numerical marks, height 30cm.

247 A large late 19th Century Harrach jug of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck and flared frill rim with applied clear crystal rope handle, cased in a dye away green to caramel with caramel interior, enamel and gilt decorated with flowering blossom boughs, unmarked, height 20cm.

240 A late 19th Century Harrach Peachblow vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, cased in a dye away pink to white over opal and relief gilded with a butterfly and flowering bough, unmarked, height 16cm.

£250 - £350

£30 - £50

238 A pair of 19th Century black glass vases of footed and swollen sleeve form hand enamelled in the Etruscan taste with a classically dressed female in flowing robes between repeat panel borders, height 32cm. (2).

241 A late 19th Century Harrach Peachblow vase of ovoid form with slender collar neck, cased in a dye away pink to white over opal and relief gilded with a butterfly and flowering bough, unmarked, height 18cm.

£60 - £80

£30 - £50

239 A late 19th Century Harrach Peachblow vase of compressed globe and shaft form cased in a dye away pink to white over opal, hand enamelled and gilded with a butterfly amongst flowers and foliage over a graduated pink to white ground, unmarked, height 24.5cm.

242 A late 19th Century Harrach Peachblow vase of ovoid form with slender collar neck, cased in a dye away green to white over opal and relief gilded with a butterfly and flowering bough, unmarked, height 18cm.

243 A 19th Century Bohemian goblet in the manner of Moser, bell form bowl cased in opal over clear and cut in a stiff leaf design above a baluster form stem and high domed foot with matched design, gilded with veins and vermicular design, unmarked, height 18cm. £60 - £80 244 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol vase of footed ovoid form with collar neck and quatrelobed rim, cased with a tonal orange and ruby marbling over pink interior with relief enamelled pattern to the neck, unmarked, height 20cm. £200 - £300

£120 - £150

£30 - £50

245 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol vase of ovoid form with stepped collar neck, cased with a tonal orange and ruby marbling over pink interior with relief enamelled pattern to the neck, unmarked, height 13cm.

£120 - £150 248 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol vase of ovoid form with four flattened sides below a shallow collar neck, gilt decorated with a rococo scroll with flowers and foliage below a conforming border over a marbled tonal jade green ground, unmarked, height 18cm. £100 - £150 249 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, cased in a tonal magenta marbling over opal, enamel and gilt decorated with a classical style collar, raised to a gilt metal classical base with winged griffin feet, unmarked, height 26cm. £100 - £150

£120 - £150

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250 250 A late 19th Century Loetz Alpengruen vase of shouldered ovoid form with dimple knocked sides and shallow collar neck, cased in a graduated apple to jade green over pale blue interior, externally enamel and gilt decorated in the Aesthetic taste with a bird resting to a pine tree bough highlighted with applied glass beads, gilded numerical code, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

251 251 A late 19th Century continental vase in the manner of Harrach of shouldered ovoid form with tall collar neck, cased in blue over opal and hand enamel decorated with flowering boughs, unmarked, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

252 A pair of late 19th Century Harrach Peachblow vases of footed, shouldered ovoid form with collar necks, cased in a graduated ruby over opal and relief paste gilt decorated with fruiting vine boughs, enamelled propeller mark, height 18cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 253 A late 19th Century Harrach dye away vase of footed ovoid form with dimple knocked body below a flared collar neck, hand enamelled and gilded with a stylised clematis flower over the graduated amber to opal ground, unmarked, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150

£40 - £60 254 A large late 19th Century satin quilted air trap jug of footed compressed ovoid form with flared collar neck with integral spout and tight frill rim, applied rustic form handle over the graduated citron to opal diamond pattern ground, enamel decorated with arabesque scrolls with turquoise jewelling, unmarked, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 253

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252 255 A late 19th to early 20th Century Viennese spa beaker decorated with large transparency painting of the Viennese Gothic cathedral, St.Stephens, the main 13th Century entrance and 14th/15th Century south tower, all within amber tinted and gilded running floral borders, to the reverse Die Stephanskirche in Wien, height 12cm. £80 - £120 256 A late 19th to early 20th Century Viennese spa beaker decorated with large transparency painting of the Karlskirche baroque church located on the south side of Karlsplatz in Vienna, all within amber tinted and gilded running floral borders, titled to the border Die Karlskirche in Wien, height 11cm. £120 - £150 257 A 20th Century German spa beaker decorated with large transparency painting of a view of Bochum as seen in 1720 all within amber tinted and gilded running floral borders, height 13cm. £80 - £120


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262 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol glass vase of ovoid form to the rolled neck the marbled with applied opal enamelling over the textured cinnamon shoulder over the marbled ruby ground, height 14cm.

258 A 19th Century Bohemian clear cut crystal glass goblet vase in the manner of Moser, the slice cut body engraved with a stag to a woodland setting above a shallow capstan stem and circular spread foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£80 - £120 263 A late 19th Century continental glass jug, possibly Harrach, of footed globe and shaft form to a crimped triform rim with an applied rustic handle in clear crystal the body in pale sapphire over the internal opal with mica air trap streaks all cased in clear crystal, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED.

259 A pair of late 19th Century French glass table salts of oval section in opaque turquoise blue to silver plated pierced stands on scroll feet. £30 - £50 260 A late 19th Century glass vase by Fritz Heckert of tapering sleeve form with dimpled sides rising to a quatrefoil rim the oil spot lilac iridescence over the sage green ground, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150 264 A pair of early 20th Century Baccarat crystal glass punch cups with spread foot to a lapidary knop below a faceted bowl with applied loop handle with a gilded scene of a lady in a garden between gilt bands around the upper and basal rim, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£120 - £150 261 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol glass vase of footed globe and shaft form with gilt bands on the marbled ruby ground, height 31cm.

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£100 - £150

£80 - £120

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265 A pair of early 20th Century Baccarat crystal glass punch cups with spread foot to a lapidary knop below a faceted bowl with applied loop handle with a gilded scene of men hunting between gilt bands around the upper and basal rim, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

265

266 A pair of late 19th Century Harrach vases of globe and shaft form, each enamel decorated with fruiting boughs over a graduated green to citron ground, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 267 A late 19th Century Moser glass vase of footed conical form, the clear foot with gilt and enamelled boughs rising to the cranberry bowl profusely gilt enamelled with foliage between twisted gilt columns, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED.

270 A 19th Century continental garniture comprising one tall tapered sleeve vase with four smaller matched examples, each white enamel decorated in the Mary Gregory style with children to a garden setting below gilded scroll borders over a graduated blue to clear ground, tallest 24cm. (5). £120 - £150 271 A 19th Century miniature amethyst rummer with round funnel bowl above a bladed knop stem and shallow conical foot, height 5.5cm, together with a similar period miniature amethyst wine with ovoid bowl and a larger slice cut example. (3). £50 - £80

£110 - £130 268 A late 19th Century continental glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, hand enamelled with slipper orchids highlighted with gilt over the satin ivory ground, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 269 A late 19th Century Moser vase of compressed ovoid form with collar neck and applied scroll handles, relief, enamel and gilt decorated with fruiting vines over a ruby ground with gilded highlights, height 10cm. £100 - £150

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272 272 An early 19th Century Baccarat crystal tumbler with optical slice cut body and hand enamelled base decorated with a Shamrock to a gilded ground, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150


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266 273 A large late 19th Century continental clear crystal glass vase of baluster form with flared collar neck, relief paste gilded with a bird in flight amongst flowers and foliage, 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £120

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267 276 A pair of late 19th Century continental vases the spread foot to an inverted baluster body to a narrow flared neck all in opal decorated with gilt drapery motives, printed red mark, height 29cm.

278 A pair of early 19th Century bottle form carafes each engraved with VICTORY - 1815 over the deep turquoise ground to commemorate the battle of Waterloo, height 23.5cm.

279 A pair of late 19th Century Russian Lithyalin vases by the Imperial Glass Co of hexagonal form with facet body in a tonal deep red, unmarked, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£350 - £450

£400 - £600

£60 - £80 274 A late 19th Century Harrach glass vase of slender double gourd form with an everted rim, enamel decorated with stylised flowers and foliage over the pale caramel ground, unmarked, height 23cm. £50 - £80 275 A late 19th Century Moser scent bottle of compressed ovoid form with shallow collar neck and spherical stopper, hand enamelled with stylised foliate scrolls over the deep green ground, unmarked, height 11cm.

277 A late 19th Century Russian malachite glass beaker of waisted form decorated with tonal brown and opal swirl over the ruby ground below a Russian silver mounted collar, dated 1886, height 11.5cm. £160 - £200

£50 - £80 279

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280 A large late 19th Century Italian Murano glass table centre candelabra in the manner of Salviati, folded circular foot rising to a central baluster form column decorated with foliate scrolls and dolphins below an upper gallery with S form arms with candle sconces below a floral decorated finial top all in a graduated blue opalescence, height 60cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 281 A late 19th Century French enamel vase in the manner of Legras of sleeve form with everted rim, decorated with a winter landscape with ducks in flight over a lake to a pale opalescent ground, unmarked, height 23cm. £120 - £150

282 282 A late 19th Century Phillipe Brocard crystal glass wine glass the spread foot rising to an upper knop to the flared bowl relief enamelled in the Islamic taste with a band of repeat scrolling to the upper rim outlined in gilt, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 283 A 19th Century Baccarat glass vase the petal edge foot rising to the flared trumpet body with trailing flowers in relief and enamelled all to the opal ground, height 24cm. £60 - £80 280

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284-366 19th Century Pressed

284 Three pieces of 19th Century Sowerby green marbled pressed glass comprising a square section vase with ‘The Raymond Slack Collection’ label, height 10cm, a similar rectangular flower trough, length 11cm and a twin handled basket with moulded decoration, height 7cm (3).

289 Four pieces of 19th Century blue marbled pressed glass comprising a cylindrical vase with moulded bands of decoration, a twin handled spill vase, a Sowerby rectangular flower trough with registration mark for October 1877 and a cream jug with fern leaf decoration (4).

295 Three assorted 19th Century pressed glass candlesticks comprising one blue marbled, a Sowerby green opalescent and one Sowerby Queen’s Ivory with retailers stamp for J. Mortlock of Oxford Street, tallest 26.5cm

300 Two 19th Century Sowerby Queen’s Ivory pressed glass strawberry sets, the first decorated with a peacock frieze, the second with leaves and foliage with date registrations for November 1878 (4).

£100 - £150

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

285 Three pieces of 19th Century Queen’s Ivory pressed glass comprising a Sowerby table salt raised to three ball feet, a larger Sowerby table salt on a tripod base with date registration for August 1878 and a square section vase with relief moulded flowers, height 8.5cm (3).

290 A 19th Century Henry Greener coffee pearline pressed glass tazza, diameter 20cm

296 A 19th Century Matthew Turnball, Sunderland flint pressed glass butter dish modelled as hen sitting upon an oval lid with a basket beneath together with a Sowerby flint glass flower tough formed as a Viking long boat (2).

301 A 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass blanc-de-lait double swan flouwer trough, length 13cm

£50 - £80

£30 - £50 291 A 19th Century Sowerby flint pressed glass biscuit barrel with a cross hatch pattern and a border of stylised leaves, height 19.5cm £30 - £50

286 Three pieces of 19th Century green marbled pressed glass comprising a Sowerby twin handled basket with moulded decoration, a spill vase with banded decoration and a smaller spill vase with acanthus leaves (3).

292 Three pieces of 19th Century purple malachite pressed glass comprising a George Davidson butter dish and cover, a Sowerby rectangular flower trough and a three section cruet stand (3).

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

287 Three 19th Century Henry Greener pressed glass plates comprising one oval in black and two circular, one in blue and one in white, all with moulded grapes and vines, all with registration marks for 29th July 1876 (3).

293 Three pieces of 19th Century purple malachite pressed glass comprising a Sowerby pedestal jug, a three-legged sugar bowl with holly and berry decoration and a footed sugar bowl with a geometric band (3).

£60 - £80

£40 - £60

288 A 19th Century Burtles Tate & Co pressed glass pink opalescent flower trough which moulded shells and mermaids to each end, length 18cm

294 A 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass opalescent basket with moulded daisy decoration, length 13cm together with a George Davidson pink pressed glass oval basket (2).

£150 - £200

£50 - £80 297 A 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass deep amethyst basket with date registration for 1st June 1874 together with a Sowerby blue green spill vase with three moulded double flower head handles (2). £30 - £50 298 Two 19th Century Burtles, Tate & Co of Manchester pressed glass primrose pearline swans together with a similar smaller example (3). £50 - £80 299 Three pieces of 19th Century Sowerby Queen’s Ivory pressed glass comprising a small closed basket with a peacock frieze with a date registration mark for November 1877, a small twin handled salt with date registration mark for March 1879 and a closed basket with a band of foliate decoration with date registration for March 1879 (3).

£60 - £80 302 A 19th Century Henry Greener pressed glass opaque white cream jug, the handle formed as a dog, height 9.5cm together with a Sowerby opaque trug with painted flowers and foliage with date registration for March 1881 (2). £30 - £50 303 A 19th Century Molineaux Webb pressed glass opalescent flower trough formed as a heart, length 16cm £50 - £80 304 A 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass opaque turquoise lidded basket with moulded decoration and a date registration mark for 24th July 1876, length 12cm £30 - £50 305 Five pieces of 19th Century Sotheby pressed flint glass comprising three punch cups, an oval basket and a quatrefoil basket (5). £40 - £60

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

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306 A 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass and cast iron night light base, the sconce in blue marbled glass affixed to a conical cast iron base with ‘Tent candle company limited’ around the rim, height 13cm together with a Greener green marbled glass cream jug with a band of holly and berries (2). £40 - £60 307 A 19th Century pressed glass purple malachite double salt of oval form with strut handles together with two pierced and moulded vases, one in white and the other in purple malachite (3). £30 - £50

312 A large 19th Century pressed glass hexagonal bowl panel decorated with flowers, each painted in different colours, possibly Sowerby, diameter 21cm

318 A pair of 19th Century blue pressed glass vases each with moulded decoration, height 18cm together with a blue butter dish on stand (3).

£80 - £120

£40 - £60

313 A 19th Century white pressed glass wine bucket decorated with moulded grape vines and foliage over a basket weave ground, height 15.5cm

319 Three pieces of 19th Century Henry Greener pressed glass comprising a pair of dishes with George Peabody to the rim edge and a crown within a heart to the central well, diameter 22.5cm and a mug honouring Edward Hanlan’s victory over Boyd, dated 3rd April 1882 (3).

£50 - £80 314 A 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass green opalescent long boat, length 39cm £50 - £80

320 A pair of 19th Century John Davis of Stourbridge pressed glass tumblers, each with a date registration for 17th January 1848 together with a larger whiskey glassw (3).

315 Three pieces of 19th Century ‘coffee and cream’ pressed glass, probably American, comprising a pedestal bowl, beaker and a small posy vase, tallest 14cm (3).

£30 - £50

£40 - £60

309 A pair of 19th Century black and white marbled glass candlesticks, height 12cm

316 Two pieces of 19th Century ‘coffee and cream’ pressed glass, probably American, comprising an oval dish and a single handled sweetmeat dish together with a George Davidson frilled rim dish (3).

321 A pair of 19th Century John Ford of Edinburgh pressed glass table comport candlesticks, modelled as a lady and gentleman holding a basket upon their head, she with a shallow bowl engraved with ferns, he with a candle holder, tallest 27cm

£30 - £50

£80 - £120

317 Two 19th Century Sowerby mould blown blue and white marbled vases, the first with ribbed banding, the second with a wrythen linear design, tallest 11.5cm (2).

322 A John Derbyshire pressed glass figure of a Theban Sphinx Circa 1876 in matte black the rectangular base with relief moulded columns rising to the recumbent Sphinx with eagle wings drawn back over the lion body, diamond registration mark for 9th March 1876, moulded anchor mark, length 25cm. ILLUSTRATED.

310 A 19th Century blue marbled pressed glass pedestal sugar bowl and cream jug each with a moulded decoration together with a Sowerby three handled spill vase (3). £40 - £60 311 A 19th Century mould-blown vase cased in a purple marble over white, height 19cm together with a similar smaller example in blue (2). £40 - £60

£50 - £80

£800 - £1,200

£50 - £80

308 A pair of 19th Century Percival Vickers flint pressed glass cylindrical jars each with mushroom covers and date registration marks for 7th June 1871, height 16cm

£30 - £50

323 A Molineaux, Webb & Co pressed glass figure of an Egyptian Sphinx in matt black circa 1875 the rectangular pleated base rising to the recumbent Sphinx in the Giza manner wearing a Nemes headdress, diamond registration mark for 26th July 1875, length 21cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£50 - £80

324 324 A late 19th Century Sowerby opalescent pressed glass candlestick the circular base on three short pleated feet rising the conical stem with relief moulded rococo scrolls between three stylised pierced supports, indistinct diamond registration mark, moulded mark, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

£1,000 - £1,500

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330 329 A late 19th Century Burtles, Tate & Co, Manchester white opalescent pressed glass hanging posy basket formed as a shell with rustic handle, Rd No 39807, length 20cm. £40 - £60

332 A pair of late 19th Century Northern Counties pressed glass figures on oval beaded bases rising to a classical female seated in a sinuous gown and flowing hair all in a pale transparent green, height 18cm. £50 - £80

325 325 A John Derbyshire pressed glass figure of a young Victoria Circa 1874 in a ceremonial grown holding a laurel leaf garland and a scroll above a circular pleated base with Victoria title in relief all in frosted flint, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 326 A 19th Century Sowerby blanc-delait pressed glass twin handled Queens Ivory ‘New Bowl’ with relief moulded panels, design lozenge to the base for 6th June 1879, moulded mark, diameter 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

327 327 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass candlestick the square foot rising to moulded garlands to the base of the Corinthian column below the balustrade pilaster sconce, marked to the base ‘Queens Ann Candlestick - J Mortlock & Co Oxford St - London’, height 26cm, A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 328 A late 19th Century pressed glass purple malachite flat sided posy vase profusely moulded with butterflies amongst flowering foliage, length 17cm, together with another purple malachite posy vase of footed cornucopia form, height 18cm. £50 - £80

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330 A late 19th Century Sowerby frosted flint pressed glass trough or footed rectangular form depicting the ‘Old King Cole’ scene in relief, moulded mark, length 13cm, together with a similar trough depicting the Victorian nursery rhyme ‘Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy and Bess, went out one day and found a bird’s nest’, after a design by Walter Crane, moulded mark, length 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 331 A 19th Century Molineaux, Webb & Co opalescent pressed glass posy vase of square form modelled as a turreted castle, stamped Rd 29780, height 8cm. £40 - £60

333 A pair of two late 19th Century Burtles & Tate swans a graduated yellow to opalescent, length 20cm, together with smaller example, 9.5cm., all marked Rd No 20086. £60 - £80 334 A late 19th Century Queens Ivory pressed glass twin handled sugar bowl on four swept feet to the pleated base rising to a frieze border depicting peacocks amongst flowers, together with three small cream jugs in the conforming pattern, diamond registration mark for 4th November 1878, diameter 9cm. £40 - £60


19th Century Pressed

337 & 338 (part) 335 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass footed dish of flared form with a moulded inner frieze of scrolling flowers in foliage with two loop handles to the rim, moulded mark, diameter 10cm, together with a similar example with hexagonal moulding to the body, moulded mark, diameter 8.5cm.

338 A late 19th Century group of Queens Ivory comprising of a twin handled bowl with a foliate frieze, a footed bowl with textured panels, a posy bowl depicting grouse, small cream jug decorated with daisies and a posy basket with basket weave moulding, widest 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

£40 - £60 336 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass twin handled sugar bowl of footed form to the wide conical bowl with relief moulded daisies together with a small cream jug in the conforming pattern, diamond registration mark for 4th November July, diameter 11cm. £40 - £60 337 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass posy vase depicting a scene of Jack and Jill with a pail of water in relief above the chequered moulded base, together with another example of square sleeve form with flower heads below a chequered rim, moulded marks, tallest 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

339 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass plate of octagonal form with moulded daisies to the rim to the star pleated centre, diamond registration 30th August 1878, diameter 22.5cm.

342 342 A late 19th Century Molineaux, Webb & Co pressed glass trough in the form of a pike in an opalescent finish, marked Rd 29781, length 26cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 343 A late 19th Century John Derbyshire paperweight the oval pleated base rising to a recumbent greyhound, diamond registration mark for 11th September 1874, length 18.5cm, together with a similar pair depicting recumbent lions with crossed paws, moulded marks, length 16.5cm. £80 - £120

£30 - £50 340 A late 19th Century Thomas Kidd pressed glass bust of Queen Victoria in full ceremonial dress set to an oval titled base in black, height 9.5cm. £30 - £50 341 A late 19th Century Burtles & Tate pressed glass trough of crescent form in a graduated citron to opalescent with relief moulded bulrushes amongst reeds, length 15cm, together with a similar example of curved form, both marked Rd 29106, 21cm.

344 A late 19th Century Molineaux, Webb & Co pressed glass group of opalescent troughs all with castellated rims and textured brick work decoration to include four curved sections, 21cm, and two rectangular sections 22.5cm, all marked Rd 29780. £80 - £120

345 A late 19th Century Sowerby blanc-de-lait pressed glass footed sugar bowl with twin ridged handles relief moulded with flowers picked out in enamelling , diameter 10cm, together with a similar sugar bowl with enamelled flower moulding, diameter 11.5cm. £40 - £60 346 A late 19th Century Sowerby blanc-de-lait pressed glass sugar bowl of footed square tapering form with panels of moulded and enamelled scrolling flowers, marked patent, height 9cm, A/F, together with a cream jug of square form in the conforming pattern, height 10cm, and a similar moulded and enamelled sugar bowl, diameter 12cm. £50 - £80 347 A late 19th Century Sowerby blanc-de-lait pressed glass cream jug of footed square form with a beaded handle with panels of relief moulded and enamelled flowers in foliage, height 7cm, together with a sugar bowl of footed square tapering form in the conforming pattern, height 7cm, diamond registration mark for 19th October 1877, marked patent. £40 - £60

£40 - £60

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349 348 A group of late 19th Century black pressed glass figures to include a John Derbyshire figure of a recumbent dog on an oval base, a pair of recumbent lions on oval pleated bases and a pair of hounds seating upright, tallest 10cm. £50 - £80 349 A pair of late 19th Century Molineaux, Webb & Co pressed glass figures in flint depicting a recumbent St Bernard to an oval fluted base, 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 350 A late 19th Century black pressed glass candlestick attributed to Davidson the triform base formed with the fish heads rising to the faceted column and fluted sconce, together with a salt cellar in the conforming pattern, tallest 17.5cm. £50 - £80

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351 A late 19th Century Sowerby blanc-de-lait pressed glass ‘New Bowl’ in Aesthetic taste profusely moulded with panels of trailing flowers in foliage rising to the pierced comb handles, diamond registration mark for 6th June 1879, diameter 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

354 A late 19th Century Sowerby black pressed glass miniature tea caddy in the Aesthetic taste of tapering rectangular form to the curved cover with pierced comb handle profusely decorated with ornate scrolls, diamond registration mark for 10th March 1879, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

355 A late 19th Century trio of purple malachite pressed to include a column vase of double diamond form with moulded panels of bulrushes amongst reeds, height 13.5cm, a Davidson vase of barrel form, height 9cm, and a celery vase of tapering form decorated with beaded drapery above a fluted foot, height 14.5cm. £40 - £60

352 A pair of large late 19th Century blanc-de-lait pressed glass candlesticks attributed to Sowerby the circular base with moulded garland swags rising to the fluted column and sconce, unmarked, height 23cm. £30 - £50 353 A trio of late 19th Century purple malachite pressed glass to include a Sowerby tumbler acid etched with ‘A present from Newcastle Exhibition’, height 12cm, another tumbler possibly by Davidson and a Davidson tumbler modelled as a thimble with a titled band reading ‘Just A Thimble Full’, height 6.5cm. £40 - £60

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356 A group of late 19th Century black pressed glass to include a pair of Sowerby troughs in the Aesthetic taste of elliptical form terminating in two swans and relief moulded with bulrushes on a pond scene, a celery vase possibly by John Derbyshire with three lion feet rising to the moulded rose decoration and a vase of triangular sleeve form commemorating the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria, tallest 18cm.

360 A late 19th Century Davidson pressed glass posy basket of footed crescent form with two loop handles moulded with diamond patterns in a graduated citron to opalescence, length 15cm, together with a Molineaux, Webb & Co trough of boat form on tree branch legs moulded with acorns amongst leaves, marked Rd 29106, length 28cm, A/F.

£50 - £80 357 A trio of late 19th Century Sowerby blue malachite pressed glass comprising a posy basket of messenger bag form with diamond registration for 18th September 1877, length 9cm, a posy vase of triangular form raised to three fence post legs, height 10cm, and a twin handled posy vase footed crescent form, diamond registration for 26th June 1878, length 14cm.

361 A late 19th Century Sowerby flint pressed glass box and cover of tapering rectangular form to a wide fluted rim against the textured border rising to the conforming cover to the central handle, diamond registration for 31st August 1877, marked ‘DEPOSE’, length 17cm, together with a footed Henry Greener bowl of hexagonal form with panels of moulded birds perched on branches, moulded mark, width 12cm.

£30 - £50

£60 - £80

358 A late 19th Century Sowerby Giallo pressed glass bowl the trefoil pinched rim above three fish feet profusely moulded with flowers, moulded mark, width 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

362 A late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass figure of Judy from Punch & Judy modelled as a seated lady with a cat by her side in a frosted flint finish, moulded mark, height 15cm, together with a celery vase the conical foot rising to a hand grasping the bowl with moulded foliage, height 18.5cm.

£40 - £60 359 A late 19th Century Sowerby translucent green pressed glass flared bowl raised above three fish feet the body profusely moulded with flowers, moulded mark, diameter 21.5cm.

£40 - £60

358 363 A late 19th Century pressed glass figure possibly Percival Vickers, the oval fluted base rising to a recumbent lion, together with another example, A/F, length 18.5cm. £40 - £60 364 A late 19th Century Davidson black pressed glass pedestal sugar bowl relief moulded with trailing ivy leaves against the textured ground below the pleated rim, height 15cm, together with a footed cream jug in the conforming pattern, height 12cm. £30 - £50

365 A late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass vase the beaded footed rising to the flared bowl moulded with bunches of fruit hanging from drapery in frosted flint, together with another example in a clear flint, diamond registration mark for 28th April 1876, height 14.5cm. £40 - £60 366 A late 19th Century Henry Greener black pressed glass sugar bowl the four swept feet below the wide bowl profusely moulded with thistles amongst foliage, height 9.5cm, together with a cream jug in the conforming pattern, height 11cm. £30 - £50

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

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369 367 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese Pyramid Fairy night lights on clear pressed glass holders with moulded hobnail decoration, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 368 A 19th Century Richardsons of footed baluster form to a quatrefoil neck with a vitrified enamelled scene of a Greek hoplite between black enamelled borders and an anthemion motif to the reverse all to the frosted opal ground, acid marked, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED. £180 - £220

369 A 19th Century Richardsons glass vase of footed baluster form decorated with a vitrified enamel scene of four Greek attendants during a Bacchanalia in burnt orange and black outlining to the frosted opal ground, together with a similar example with a scene of four Greek attendants pouring libations to the altar of Apollo, A/F, both with diamond registration marks for 6th July 1847, enamelled mark and title band, height 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 370 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams rock crystal glass water jug, shape 6464, pattern 5740, in the Aesthetic taste of moulded form to a narrow shaft neck beside the angular oriental handle profusely intaglio cut a polished with flowing prunus blossom, unmarked, height 23cm, A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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376 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons bowl of footed circular form with tight frill rim, cased in caramel over pale blue and cut and gilded with a stylised bamboo design over a diamond mould body, acid mark, width 26cm. £300 - £500

371 371 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass footed roll rim bowl cased in opal over pale aquamarine cut with cherries hanging from branches above a scroll border to the base of the bowl, unmarked, diameter 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

373 375 A late 19th Century Stourbridge ruby glass table salt of circular section with a frill rim, decorated with self colour threading and applied citron frill and border, mounted to a silver plated stand, together with a similar pale pink over opal example and a small ruby and citron three footed example. (3).

374 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons glass vase the amber tapering body with applied deep blue rustic style feet rising to applied dripped trails and tight frill rim, unmarked, height 34cm. £60 - £80

£180 - £220

£100 - £150 372 A late 19th glass vase of squat form with dimpled sides rising to a trefoil neck possibly by Thomas Webb & Sons relief paste gilt in the aesthetic taste with trailing flowers over the triple cased ground of a pale satin amber over ruby rose and acorn pattern air trap over opal, unmarked, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120 378 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass coralene vase of shouldered ovoid form with flared collar neck, decorated with uranium seaweed beadwork over the pale blue ground, height 20cm. £120 - £150 379 A 19th Century Richardsons glass vase of footed baluster form with waisted collar neck and roll rim, vitrified enamel decorated in the Etruscan style with a depiction of Iris presenting a Hoplite his helmet and anthemion below gilded pennant borders over the opal ground, printed mark, height 21cm. £300 - £400

£400 - £500

380 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams tumbler of plain cylindrical form decorated with cinnamon pull up over a graduated pink Burmese style ground, height 9.5cm.

373 A late 19th Century Stourbridge rustic glass posy vase the leaf feet with a drawn central fluted stylised handle in clear crystal with two applied trumpets with wave rims in pale orange over pink, unmarked, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

377 A large late 19th Century Stevens & Williams bowl of tapered circular form decorated with fine cranberry crystal threading over a citron and white pulled loop ground, further detailed with applied clear crystal trim and foot, width 18cm.

£150 - £200

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389 381 A 19th Century opal glass vase, possibly Bacchus, of slender footed form with a flared collar, vitrified enamel decorated in the Etruscan taste with classical figures in black over the opal ground, between plain gilded borders, unmarked, height 19cm.

391 386 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams posy vase of footed ovoid form rising to a quatrelobed wave rim, cased in clear crystal over pale blue and decorated with an internal tonal brown pull up, unmarked, height 13cm. £120 - £150

£60 - £90 382 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese posy vase of compressed ovoid form with collar neck and flared rim with petal edge in a graduated pale pink to pale yellow, acid mark to the base, height 8.5cm.

387 A late 19th Century Stourbridge satin quilted air trap glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with a shallow collar neck, cased in pale blue over opal and internally decorated with a repeat diamond lozenge highlighted with applied coralene stars, unmarked, height 18cm.

£50 - £80

£50 - £80

383 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Ivory cameo glass vase of tusk form, cut with a scrolling convolvulus picked out with cinnamon stain all below a silver plated rim, acid mark to the base, height 13.5cm.

388 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Iris pattern posy vase of compressed ovoid form with dimple knocked sides rising to a wide wrythen fluted rim decorated with a bright orange to gold iridescence, acid mark to the base, height 11cm.

£250 - £300

£80 - £120 384 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass vase of ovoid form with a triform neck with fine clear crystal threading over the quilted ground, unmarked, engraved Rd mark, height 18cm. £100 - £150 385 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams bowl of footed circular form rising to a wave rim, cased in clear crystal over caramel and hand enamelled and gilded with flowering boughs over the wrythen spiral ground, unmarked, width 24cm. £80 - £120

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389 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons peach blow bowl of shallow circular form cased in a graduated ruby over opal and relief paste gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering prunus and fir tree boughs, unmarked, width 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

390 390 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass scent bottle of spherical form with collar neck, cased in opal over pale blue and cut with a stylised thorn trellis design between plain banded borders all below a clear crystal lapidary stopper, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 391 A late 19th Century Stourbridge cameo glass bowl, possibly Thomas Webb & Sons or Richardsons, of shallow circular form raised to a small cushion foot, cased in ruby over opal and acid cut to the exterior with a deep foliate border above stepped banding, unmarked, width 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120


19th Century British

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392 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass powder bowl of spherical form with a shallow domed cover, cased in opal over pale blue and cut with a scrolling convolvulus with simple notch line banding, unmarked, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

396 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons vase of cylindrical sleeve form, cased in pink over opal and later intaglio cut with a stylised floral bouquet, unmarked, height 17cm.

£250 - £300

397 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons vase of shouldered ovoid form with shallow collar neck, decorated with a deep citron dye away over opal interior, unmarked, height 15cm.

393 A small late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase, possibly Stevens & Williams, of compressed ovoid form with collar neck, decorated with a white pull up to the deep citron ground, unmarked, height 8cm. £30 - £50 394 A late 19th Century Stourbridge satin quilted air trap vase of shouldered ovoid form with gourd neck, cased in pale blue over opal with a watered silk pattern, unmarked, height 20cm. £50 - £80 395 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, cased in opal over ruby over citron and cut with a flowering hawthorn branch, unmarked, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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£100 - £120

£40 - £60 398 A late 19th Century vase of footed ovoid form with slender collar neck, cased in blue, pink and yellow candy stripes over a chevron quilted air trap ground, unmarked, height 21cm. £30 - £50 399 A 19th Century pedestal tazza, possibly Richardsons with a petal edged roll rim bowl above a baluster form stem with circular spread foot, gilt decorated with rococo scrolls over the apple green alabaster ground, unmarked, height 15cm. £40 - £60 400 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass vase of swollen ovoid form with a gourd form neck, cased in opal over deep blue and heavily cut with a flowering apple tree bough between repeat pattern borders, unmarked, height 21cm, A/F. ILLUSTRATED.

401 401 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass posy vase of spherical form with a wave rim, cased in opal over pale blue and cut with a butterfly and flowering fuschia vine, unmarked, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300 402 A 19th Century tavern beaker of cylindrical form, engraved with a scene of a huntsman to a landscape setting with house opposing, named G. W. Talbot, height 10cm. £30 - £50

£120 - £150

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409 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass vase of high shouldered form to the everted neck in opal over citron cut tall trailing flowers between foliage, unmarked, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED.

403 A late 19th Century vase, possibly Stevens & Williams of spherical form with a tall collar neck, decorated with a fine pink and cinnamon brown drapery pull up over the opal ground and applied frosted rustic form handles, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

407 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Ivory cameo glass plate in the Aesthetic style cut with concentric bands of foliate scroll patterns all to a central Passiflora flower head picked out in a cinnamon stain on the ivory ground, full acid mark to the base, diameter 23cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£120 - £150

£600 - £800

404 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Ivory cameo glass vase of globe form cut with floral motives and scrolling foliage, picked out in a cinnamon stain over the ivory ground, acid mark to the base, height 6.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

408 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass footed bowl of wide shall form cased in opal over citron cut with a butterfly and flowering primroses, full acid mark to the base, diameter 10.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

410 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass vase of swollen sleeve form to a short collar neck cased in opal over ruby and cut with a scrolling convolvulus between double banding to the rim and foot, acid marked ‘cameo’, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£250 - £300

£250 - £300

£250 - £300

£350 - £400

405 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Ivory cameo glass vase of high shouldered form to a narrow collar neck in the Chinese taste cut with a frieze of floral motives to the shoulder and heavily stained with cinnamon to the ivory ground above the cut stylised sprays to the base, acid mark to the base, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 406 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Ivory cameo glass vase of bulbous form below the narrow neck to a crimped rim cut with Aesthetic style flowers in bloom amongst leaves and branches picked out in a cinnamon stain over the ivory ground, full acid mark to the base, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £260 - £320

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411 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass vase of high shouldered form to a short collar neck cased in opal over citron cut with flowering Campsis below the banded neck, unmarked, height 12cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

414 A large late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass vase of footed high shouldered form to a narrow collar neck cased in opal over a pale blue cut with flowering poppies below the geometric bands to the rim, unmarked, height 21.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

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£700 - £750 412 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass vase of swollen form tapering to a narrow flared neck cased in opal over a pale blue cut with flowering stems above a geometric band to the foot, unmarked, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED.

415 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass table salts of ribbed leaf form in a pale emerald with an applied clear crystal frilled waist, height 6cm. £50 - £80

£350 - £400 413 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass vase of double gourd from cased in opal over blue and cut with a flowering geranium and butterfly in flight between double banding to the foot and rim, unmarked, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

416 A late 19th Century Stourbridge jam pot in cranberry with an applied crystal glass double frill waist set into silver plated toast rack with pierced feet and handle to wrythen toast frets, length 15.5cm.

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£60 - £80

£350 - £400

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419 417 A pair of late 19th Century crystal glass jar and covers the conical folded foot below the inverted baluster boy rising to the conical cover and spire finial, height 37cm. £100 - £150 418 A set of six late 19th Century crystal glass table salts of squat roll rim form with a band of engraved floral motives above draped swags and a central cypher, length 7.5cm. £150 - £200 419 A late 19th Century Stevens & WIlliams clear crystal glass cactus posy vase with a ribbed hexagonal vase flanked by a jeweled posy vase on a shaped hexagonal base, pattern number 55693, height 17.5cm, A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £30 - £50 420 A late 19th Century crystal glass water jug of tapering form with applied handle profusely diamond cut, together with two matched goblets in the conforming cut above faceted stems, jug height 21cm. £80 - £120

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421 421 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass decanter of footed shouldered ovoid form with slender neck and trefoil rim and hollow blown ball stopper all intaglio cut with pillars of stylised veined leaves, height 31.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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424 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge crystal glass posy baskets of flared form to the frill rim and scroll handles the body cased in pale magenta threading all above the circular mirrored base, height 13cm.

427 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass novelty miniature chamber pot in ruby glass with applied white trim and clear crystal loop handle, together with a similar smaller example in green over opal. (2).

£50 - £80

£60 - £80

425 A pair of late 19th Century crystal glass punch cups the spread foot below a knopped stem to the flared bowl and applied handle, the body with intaglio cut foliate scrolls in the manner of Stevens & Williams, height 9cm, together with a squat example with floral decoration, height 6.5cm.

428 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge ruby glass miniature table salts of circular form with three clear crystal shell feet.

£100 - £150 422 A pair of late 19th Century crystal glass decanters of globe and shaft form with an engraved cypher between intricate engraved trails all below hollow blown stoppers with engraved floral bands, height 25cm. £100 - £150

£120 - £150 423 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams crystal glass scent bottle of globular form in the rock crystal style, with polished intaglio cut pomegranates amongst branches over wrythen pillar moulding, all to a hallmarked silver cap and collar with chased floral decoration with an internal glass stopper, Birmingham 1891, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £180 - £220

426 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons high gloss Queens Burmese glass vase of globe and shaft form with petal edge rim in a graduated pale pink to yellow, acid marked, 8.5cm. £70 - £100

£40 - £60 429 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge ruby glass table salts modelled as flowers with bowls mounted to silver plated stand in the form of stylised leaves with integral scroll handle. £80 - £120 430 A late 19th Century deep amethyst wine glass with a conical bowl with basal bladed knop and slender baluster form stem, together with a similar period example with ogee form bowl and plain stem, tallest 13.5cm. (2). £50 - £80


19th Century British

437 A late 19th Century clear crystal glass bitters shaker of cylindrical form with a slice cut conical shoulder with small aperture, height 14cm, together with a similar smaller example. (2). £30 - £50

441 431 A 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vase of thistle form with applied scroll handles above a beaded knop, raised to a domed and folded foot, engraved with a fine floral scroll band between dot line borders, bears registration lozenge for 19th October 1867, height 19.5cm. £100 - £150 432 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass water set comprising an ovoid jug with collar neck and applied rope twist handle, together with a set of four loop handled tankards, the set decorated with a white pull up over clear crystal ground. (5).

434 A 19th Century miniature ruby drinking glass with a conical bowl above a solid plain stem, raised to a conical foot, gilt decorated with a foliate scroll design with sprigs to the foot, height 6.5cm. £50 - £80 435 A 19th Century miniature uranium glass decanter of shouldered form with basal and shoulder slice cut decoration below a two ring neck and radial cut hollow blown stopper, height 12cm, together with two similar period miniature uranium drinking glasses and a further pair of matched slice cut miniature goblets. (5).

438 A pair of late 19th Century disaster glasses with bucket form bowls above capstan stems and a circular spread foot, each engraved ‘The man that broke the bank at Blyth - 1894’ in reference to John Robinson, proprietor, secretary, treasurer and auditor of the Blyth Deposit and Advance Bank who in February 1894 disappeared with the banks books and savings, never to be seen again. These glasses were made to help raise funds for those who had lost their savings. (2). £40 - £60 439 A late 19th Century posy vase attributed to Stevens & Williams of squat form with a crimped rim in opal over pink with pale citron threading and applied pale lime seaweed decoration, height 9cm.

440 A late 19th Century strawberry set attributed to Stevens & Williams the sugar bowl with frill rim in clear crystal with magenta loop decoration under the clear crystal threading and the cream jug in the conforming pattern, diameter 15cm. £120 - £150 441 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams footed posy bowl of oval section with amber threading over pale ruby with diamond moulding and applied clear crystal frill rim and terminating in stylised hot worked lizards, length 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 442 A late 19th Century Stourbridge ruby bowl of flared form with applied petal edge rim to the base and stylised leaves to the upper rim with a central applied floral branch and flower head all in citron graduating to opalescent, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

£80 - £120

£100 - £120

£80 - £120 433 A late 19th Century Stourbridge clear crystal glass epergne in the form of a stylised flowering plant with domed base mounted with cast brass scroll arms fitted with stylised leaves and buds all with fine strawberry diamond decoration, height 50cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

436 A 19th Century miniature decanter of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck and solid ball stopper, enamel decorated with a repeat pendant design in red and white enamel with gilded highlights, height 11cm, together with a matched miniature goblet. (2). £40 - £60

£100 - £150

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446 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal dressing table jar of cylindrical form, polished intaglio cut in the manner of Orchard with birds in flight over flowering blossom boughs, mounted with silver collar and domed cover by William Comyns, height 9.5cm. £150 - £200 447 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase garniture in the form of a stylised tulips with two in bud and one open, with citron petal edged base with applied twisted leaves and plain stem rising to an ovoid bowl with white stripes over a pale green ground, height 16.5cm. (3).

443 443 A late 19th Century Stourbridge claret jug possibly by Richardson, of footed form to a faceted knop below the ovoid body rising to a slender neck and applied ladder cut handle all cased in ruby over clear crystal with diamond cut panels between mitre baguette cuts, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£100 - £150

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444 A pair of early 20th Century Edwardian footed trumpet vases with basal dome cuts rising to a band of paterae with enamelled sapphire flash cuts below ribbon trail cutting rising to a notch cut rim with sapphire enamelling, height 25cm.

£100 - £150 449 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vases in the form of stylised tulips, citron petal edged base with applied twisted leaves and plain stem rising to an ovoid bowl with white stripes over ruby ground, height 17cm. (2).

£300 - £400 445 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass scent bottle of shouldered ovoid form cased in opal over ruby, cut with a floral spray over the shoulders below a border of repeat flower heads, terminating in floral embossed silver screw cap, height 14cm, London 1889, marked Thomas Webb & Sons to base. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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448 A late 19th Century composed Stourbridge glass posy vase garniture in the form of a stylised tulips in bud, with citron petal edged base with applied twisted leaves and plain stem rising to an ovoid bowl with white stripes over a ruby ground, height 16.5cm. (3). ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150

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460 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised flower, citron base with stylised leaves and plain stem with a fluted ruby bowl with wide flared rim, height 15cm, together with a similar smaller example. (2).

450 A large late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised tulip, citron crimped foot below twisted leaves and a plain stem with a fluted ovoid bowl having graduated straw opalescence over the citron ground, height 22cm, together with a similar smaller example. (2).

£80 - £120

£120 - £150

461 A near pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vases in the form of stylised tulips, citron petal edged base with applied twisted leaves and plain stem rising to an ovoid bowl with white stripes over citron and pale green ground, height 17cm. (2).

451 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised tulip, citron crimped foot below twisted leaves and a plain stem with a fluted ovoid bowl having graduated ruby to straw opalescence over the citron ground, height 16cm, together with a similar Jack in the Pulpit style example. (2). £100 - £150 452 A large late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised tulip, clear crystal crimped foot below twisted leaves and a plain stem with a fluted ovoid bowl having graduated golden amber over the clear crystal ground, height 26cm, together with a similar smaller example and a further example with applied clear crystal rigger work. (3). £120 - £150 453 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised thistle, clear crystal and pale green base of stylised leaves with plain stem below a ruby thistle form bowl with applied clear crystal trim, height 16.5cm, together with a matched example in citron. (2). £100 - £150 454 A near pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vases in the form of a stylised thistle, clear crystal base of stylised leaves with plain stem below a pale green thistle form bowl with applied clear crystal trim, height 14cm, together with a matched example in citron. (2). £100 - £150 455 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised tulip, clear crystal base in the form of stylised leaves with plain slender stem and a fluted citron bowl, height 20cm, together with a similar example with ruby bowl and a pale green thistle bowl example. (3).

£100 - £150 456 456 A pair of late 19th Century posy vases, possibly John Walsh Walsh, in the form of a stylied flower with clear crystal bases in the form of stylised leaves with a slender stem below a ruby posy decorated with applied clear crystal frill trim, height 21cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

462 A group of three late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vases in the form of stylised tulips, citron and clear petal edged bases with applied twisted leaves and plain stem rising to ovoid bowls with white stripes over citron, ruby and pale green ground, height 15cm. (3).

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

457 A pair of late 19th Century posy vases, possibly John Walsh Walsh, in the form of a stylised flower with clear crystal bases in the form of stylised leaves with a slender stem below an amethyst posy decorated with applied clear crystal frill trim, height 14cm, together with a matched clear crystal example. (3).

463 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised tulip with clear crystal stylised leaf form base below a green stem and fluted bowl with graduated opalescence, height 16cm, together with a similar smaller pair in green and citron. (3). £60 - £80

£80 - £120 458 A late 19th Century posy vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh, in the form of a stylised flower with clear crystal base with a slender stem below a ruby posy decorated with applied clear crystal frill trim, height 19cm, together with a similar smaller example and one without a stand. (3). £80 - £120 459 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised tulip, clear crystal base in the form of stylised leaves with a plain stem below a fluted bowl with applied clear crystal trim over the graduated ruby to clear crystal ground, together with two similar smaller examples, tallest 16cm. (3).

464 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised tulip, clear crystal base in the form of stylised leaves with a plain stem below a fluted bowl with applied clear crystal trim over the graduated ruby to clear crystal ground, together with two similar smaller examples, tallest 16cm. (3). £80 - £120 465 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase in the form of a stylised flower with citron base rising to a ruby tulip form bowl, height 14cm, together with a similar Jack in the Pulpit example. (2). £60 - £80

£80 - £120

£120 - £150

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A private collection of Jules Barbe glass and related material from descendants, including pieces directly owned by Jules Barbe

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473 466 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge opal glass vases by Edward Webb of ovoid form with wave rim, raised to three sprue feet, relief gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering boughs, height 9.5cm., S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 467 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass vases, possibly Thomas Webb & Sons, in the manner of Jules Barbe, of footed ovoid form with everted rims, relief gilt decorated with floral scrolls over an opal ground, height 9.5cm. £80 - £120 468 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with roll rim having a graduated satin Rockingham ground over opal interior decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with a gilded prunus bough and insects, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 469 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vase of footed ovoid form with a wide flared collar, neck relief gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with a flowering prunus bough over an optic pulled loop ground, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

474 470 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons crystal glass vase of tapered cylindrical form with a wave rim neck, relief gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with fine scrolled flowers over a filomentosa black and white looped ground, formerly in the Cyril Manley collection, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

473 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons crystal glass posy vases of footed spherical form with flared collar necks, decorated with applied tapered scrolls and relief gilt decoration in the manner of Jules Barbe with scrolled flowering boughs over the clear crystal ground, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300

£100 - £150

471 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons crystal glass vase of footed trumpet form with an upper hexagonal body, relief gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with a rose stem over the clear crystal ground, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

474 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vases of tall flared form decorated with applied wrythen spiral lines with relief paste gilding in the manner of Jules Barbe, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£120 - £150 472 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons crystal glass vase of compressed ovoid form with flared and fluted collar neck, relief gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering rose boughs to the clear crystal ground, height 10cm.

475 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons crystal glass posy vases of footed trumpet form with fluted body, relief gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering boughs over the clear crystal ground, height 15cm. £80 - £120

£80 - £120

£120 - £150

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476 476 A pair of late 19th Century Edward Webb posy vases of footed ovoid form, cased in blue over opal with quatrelobed rims, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering blossom boughs, red enamel mark, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED.

477 481 A small late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal vase of flared form decorated with applied wrythen spiral lines with relief paste gilding in the manner of Jules Barbe, together with a similar fluted sleeve form example with flat rim also relief paste gilded, height 10cm.

479 A small collection of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal table glasses to include wine and port, each relief paste gilded with stylised flowers and foliage between plain gilded bands, tallest 13cm. (6). £120 - £150

£100 - £150

£80 - £120 477 A small late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass posy vase of fluted ovoid form with a flared neck with petal edged rim, relief past gilded and enamelled with a water lily, height 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

480 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons crystal glass posy vases of tapered cylindrical form with wave collar necks, relief gilt decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering boughs over the clear crystal ground, height 13cm.

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

482 A pair of large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vases of tapered sleeve form with flared rim, both relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering rose boughs, height 15cm. £150 - £200

£80 - £120 484 A small late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass sweetmeat jar and cover relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering boughs, height 12cm. £50 - £80 485 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vase of footed and flared form with wave rim, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowers and foliage between plain gilded bands, height 20cm, S/D.

478 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese posy vases of shouldered ovoid form with flared collar necks, each relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering boughs, height 11cm, one S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

£120 - £150

£100 - £120

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483 A small late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vase of footed and flared form, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with floral sprigs, together with a similar example of fluted sleeve form with wave rim, relief paste gilded with floral sprigs, tallest 12cm.


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492 494 A large early 20th Century Stuart & Sons clear crystal glass bowl of shallow circular form with a large wave edge rim, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowers and foliage, diameter 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

498 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons finger bowl of lobed form, relief paste gilded in the classical taste with a deep band of scrolls and leaf motifs, diameter 11cm.

£120 - £150

499 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass finger bowl of circular form with wave edge, enamelled and gilded with a band of stylised flowers and foliage over the pale green ground, diameter 13cm.

486 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vases of footed bell form with wave rim, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with floral sprigs, height 15cm, S/D.

490 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons green glass vase of footed and flared sleeve form with a wave rim, relief paste gilded with flowering boughs over the deep green ground, height 16cm.

£80 - £120

£120 - £150

487 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vase of fluted globe and shaft form with flared body, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with rococo scrolls, height 15cm.

491 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons clear crystal bowl of conical form with a wide wave rim, decorated with applied clear crystal tears and relief paste gilding in the manner of Jules Barbe, diameter 21cm. ILLUSTRATED.

495 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal ice plate of shallow circular section relief paste decorated in the manner of Jules Barbe with flowering boughs, diameter 21cm.

£150 - £200

£60 - £80

492 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass water jug of shouldered ovoid form with flared neck and applied clear crystal hollow blown loop handle, relief paste gilded and enamelled with a flowering rose bough, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED.

496 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal finger bowl and stand of fluted circular section, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with floral garlands with plain gilded borders, diameter 16cm.

£100 - £120 488 A large late 19th Century Edward Webb opal glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with shallow collar neck, relief paste gilded with flowering boughs and insects, height 16cm. £100 - £150 489 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass vases of slender flared form, each relief paste gilded and enamelled with scrolling shamrocks below a deep shamrock gilded border, height 21cm. £120 - £150

£60 - £80

£200 - £300 493 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese biscuit barrel of ovoid form, enamel decorated with a butterfly over a flowering bough, height 14cm. £120 - £150

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497 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons posy vase of fluted ovoid form with a quatrelobed rim, relief paste gilded with floral sprigs, height 8cm. £60 - £80

£50 - £80

£30 - £50 500 A small collection of archive material and paperwork relating to Jules Barbe, specifically his return to France circa 1919 with official documents together with portrait photographs and original negative plates of Jules Barbe, together with an early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear cut crystal glass vase of footed ogee form with a repeat star and fan pattern below a repeat border, height 16cm. Provenance - Paperwork from Jules Barbes descendent's. The vase was given as a wedding gift to Kathleen Maud Clarissa Barbe, the granddaughter of Jules Barbe in 1933. £50 - £80

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509 507 A 19th Century clear cut crystal glass four compartment scent bottle of compressed ovoid form with heavily cut body below a mitre cut neck with diamond collar below a wide flat top fitted with four fan cut crystal stoppers, height 10cm. £100 - £150 501

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501 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass claret jug of footed and tapered cylindrical form with a heavily wrythen fluted body and applied clear crystal hollow blown handle, fitted with silver collar and thumb lift lid by John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton of Hukin & Heath, hallmarked for Birmingham 1892, height 39cm. ILLUSTRATED.

504 A 19th Century miniature amethyst glass goblet in the 18th Century style with a round funnel bowl with everted rim above a plain stem and medial knop, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 5cm, together with a similar example in blue. (2).

£300 - £500

505 A late 19th Century James Powell & Son champagne glass designed by T.G. Jackson of fluted ogee form with wide bowl above a slender baluster form stem, raised to a radially moulded shallow conical foot, height 12cm, together with a matched wine glass and a champagne flute all in sea green. (3).

502 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass pedestal sugar bowl with a compressed ovoid body decorated with a pink and golden amber spiral above a multiple knopped stem with applied rigger frill, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 15cm.

£60 - £80

£120 - £180

£60 - £80 503 A late 19th Century Stourbridge clear crystal glass carafe of pointed ovoid form with a flared collar neck and applied medial annulated ring, complete with a clear crystal stand with a rope twist gallery and three curved supports raised to a dish form stand, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED.

506 A late 19th Century James Powell & Sons wine glass attributed to Phillip Webb with a wrythen fluted conical bowl above a small bladed knop and twisted stem, raised to a wrythen moulded circular spread foot all in golden amber, height 12.5cm, together with a similar period bobbin stemmed example. (2).

£100 - £150

£80 - £120

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508 A 19th Century clear cut crystal stirrup cup of conical form with slice cut body and facet ball finial, height 18.5cm, together with two similar smaller examples. (3). £100 - £150 509 A late 19th Century Stourbridge strawberry basket by Bolton & Mills of heart form with graduated pale pink opalescence, decorated with an applied rustic form handle with fruiting strawberries, raised to three amber feet, width 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 510 A late 19th Century pedestal bowl, possibly Irish, with a skirted swollen ovoid bowl with ornate petal edged rim, cased in amethyst over clear crystal and flash cut in an arched panel design, above a slice cut swept stem and petal edged foot, height 18cm. £60 - £80


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511 511 A pair of late 19th Century clear crystal goblets, possibly Richardsons, round funnel bowls finely engraved with repeat arched top panels of flowers and foliage united by ribbon tied garlands between classical borders, above a facet ball knopped and hollow blown stem, raised to a shallow conical foot with matched engraved decoration, unmarked, height 21cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 512 A 19th Century blown pale green bottle glass cucumber cloche with an upper hanging rim and slender sleeve form body, length 53cm.

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£200 - £300

£120 - £150

£60 - £80 513 A set of three graduated early 19th Century clear crystal smoke bells with upper hanging loops and a folded rim, tallest 30cm. (3). £80 - £120

518 A 19th Century Nailsea style double gimmel flask of compressed ovoid form with split neck, decorated with applied clear crystal rigger work over a white pulled loop to the clear crystal ground with applied blue trim to the rim, length 21cm, together with a similar single example of compressed ovoid form decorated with a wrythen spiralled white pulled loop over the ruby ground, length 19cm. (2).

514 An early 19th Century Wrockwardine or Nailsea type water jug of tapered ovoid form with everted rim, integral spout and applied loop handle with scroll kick, decorated with white trailing splatter over the cinnamon brown ground, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

515 A set of four 19th Century finger loop decanters of compressed ovoid form with applied loop handle, collar neck and metal mounts, in dark brown, deep amber, green and blue, height 23cm. (4).

516 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass lily vase of flared trumpet form with frill rim, raised to a double knopped base and domed foot, decorated with a deep blue Nailsea style pulled loop over opalescent ground, height 39cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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£100 - £150

517 517 A 19th Century Nailsea style decanter of tapered conical form with tall collar neck and flat rim, decorated with a pink and blue pulled loop over the opal ground, fitted with a white metal and mother of pearl stopper labelled ‘Gin’, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED.

519 A 19th Century gimmel flask of compressed ovoid form with collar neck, decorated with a blue and pink Nailsea style pulled loop over the opal ground, length 19cm, together with a similar smaller example with wrythen spiralled pink and blue over opal decoration, length 15cm. (2). £100 - £150

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

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520 A pair of late 19th Century Old English ink wells, possibly Richardsons, of footed domed form with collar neck and flat rim, internally decorated with a single red and white ruffle cane, conforming stopper with matched single cane to the interior, height 12.5cm. (2). £150 - £200

521 A late 19th Century Old English ink well, possibly Richardsons, of domed form with collar neck and flat rim, internally decorated with a concentric red white and turquoise blue ruffle and cog cane work canopy, conforming stopper with matched single turquoise blue cane to the interior, height 13cm. £150 - £200

522 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams cameo glass vase by John Northwood of shouldered ovoid form with a shallow collar neck, cased in opal over a pale blue ground with internal fine white spiral diamond lattachino, cut with a flowering briar rose bough below a scalloped and rosette border, acid marked to the base, Stevens & Williams Art Glass Stourbridge, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £5,000 - £8,000

523 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass vase of footed ovoid form with a waisted and flared collar neck, cased in opal over ruby and cut with a flowering rose bough with a butterfly between plain banded borders, unmarked, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2,000 - £3,000

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524 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass plate of shallow circular form, cased in opal over pale blue, cut in the Aesthetic style with a flowering briar rose bough offset against a radial Persian inspired border with a butterfly, unmarked, width 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

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525 A large 19th Century Edward Varnish & Co pedestal bowl of shallow circular form with everted rim above a facet knop and slender stem falling to a circular swept foot, cased in navy blue over the mercury interior and flash cut with a repeat swag and diamond pattern above slice cut base, inset tablet mark to the base, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

526 A large heavy mid 19th Century tumbler dated 1852, plain cylindrical form with heavy base, engraved with an image of the Sir Robert Peel masted sailing ship of Liverpool with a laurel garland cartouche opposing, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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527 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons peach blow scent bottle of spherical form in the manner of Jules Barbe, the dye away ruby to citron ground over the internal opal relief paste gilt with a butterfly and Aesthetic style flowers, lacking mounts, unmarked, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 528 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams Verre de Soire vase of compressed ovoid form with a double gourd neck and flat rim, cased in a graduated lilac to ruby over opal with an internal spiral line. unmarked, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£500 - £800

£80 - £120

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529 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams Osaris vase of shouldered ovoid form with a flared collar neck, cased in a tonal burnt orange to ruby over turquoise interior decorated with wrythen spiralled fine pulled loops, acid marked PATENT, height 16.5cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

532 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass posy vase with four small spherical jewelled vases mounted to a rustic form branch base, unmarked, length 23cm.

£80 - £120

533 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons glass vase of footed cylindrical form with shallow collar neck, cased in a tonal ruby dye away over opal interior, relief paste gilded in the manner of Jules Barbe with a flowering blossom bough and insect below a gilded rim, unmarked, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

530 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vases of flared trumpet form with pink and white vertical candystripe over the clear crystal ground over decorated with amber spiralled lines, mounted to a clear crystal crimped foot, height 13cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

535 A pair of late 19th Century Autumnal range vases, possibly John Walsh Walsh, of double gourd form, cased in opal over pink and decorated with an applied stylised leaf in citron, green and pink, unmarked, height 17cm, S/D. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 536 A late 19th Century Autumnal range vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh, of ovoid form, cased in opal over pink, raised to three loop feet with spiralled stylised leaf in golden amber, citron and green, unmarked, height 17cm. £60 - £80

£80 - £120

£50 - £80 531 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Alexandrite figure bowl of circular form with a wave rim and honeycomb moulded body in a graduated ground from brown through blue to ruby to citron, together with the matched frill rim dish form stand, unmarked. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

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534 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams finger bowl and stand of circular section with a tight frill rim, decorated with fine amber threading over the graduated ruby opalescent ground, together with a similar wave rim example in golden amber over ruby ground. (2).

537 A late 19th Century Autumnal range vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh of tapered cylindrical form, cased in opal over pink and decorated with an applied stylised leaf in citron, green and pink, unmarked, height 14cm, together with a matched preserve bowl of shallow form with applied silver plated mounts. (2).

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

£200 - £300 538 A late 19th Century Autumnal range vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh of compressed ovoid form with collar neck, cased in opal over pink and decorated with an applied stylised leaf in citron, green and pink, unmarked, height 14cm, together with a similar plain opal example. (2). £60 - £80 531

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539 A late 19th Century Autumnal range vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh of ovoid form with wave collar neck, cased in opal over pink and decorated with an applied stylised leaf in clear crystal, unmarked, height 13cm, together with a similar smaller example with an opalescent citron leaf over an opalescent ruby ground, S/D (2).

545 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with a slender collar neck, the body deeply ribbed and cased in pink over opal, unmarked, height 18cm, together with a similar period jug with diamond mould decoration, height 16cm. (2).

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£60 - £80

£80 - £120

546 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams Jewelled Ware bowl of compressed ovoid form with wave rim, decorated with vertical bands of controlled air bubbles to the dark golden amber tinted ground, engraved registration mark, Rd 55693, width 16cm, together with a similar small ruby glass bowl with frill rim. (2).

540 A late 19th Century finger bowl and stand attributed to Paul Raoul de Facheux d’Humy for Vasa Murrhina Glass Co of London, of tri form with a flared lip, decorated with gold aventurine over the ruby ground complete with the matched stand, together with a matched example in pale turquoise blue. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£80 - £120 541

541 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass jug of ovoid form with collar neck and fine rib moulded body with an applied clear crystal rope handle and internal white, citron and ruby spiral line, height 16cm, together with a matched pedestal bowl with quatrelobed rim. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 542 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese posy vases of bell form with a wave rim, raised to a wave edge circular foot with a graduated pink to yellow decoration, unmarked, height 10cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

542 543 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese vase of ovoid form raised to a wave edge circular foot, enamel decorated with flowers and foliage over the graduated pink to pale yellow ground, unmarked, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

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542 544 A late 19th Century Autumnal range vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh, of tapered ovoid form, decorated with applied clear crystal stylised leaves falling to loop feet, unmarked, height 19cm,. £40 - £60

547 547 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass posy bowl of tapered cylindrical form with a wave and tight frill rim, decorated in the Raindrop Jewelled pattern with repeat spots over the finely threaded air trap ground, engraved registration mark Rd 81051, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60


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548 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass Jewelled Ware bowl of circular form with wave and tight frill rim, decorated with vertical bands of controlled air bubbles over the clear ground, engraved registration mark, Rd 55693, width 18cm, together with a matched pair of smaller examples. (3).

550 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with a collar neck, cased in opal over citron and cut with a flowering bough with buds and leaves below a repeat stiff leaf border, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

551 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass bowl of circular section with a petal edged rim with tight frill, cased in pink over opal, together with a similar smaller example cased in white over pink and a further example cased in pale blue over pale yellow. (3).

549 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams Sea Shell ware bowl, pattern number 12125, of heavily fluted ovoid form with bands of vertical air trap bubbles in a translucent cinnamon over opal with a pale pink interior, engraved registration number RD 55693, width 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£600 - £800

£40 - £60 552 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass vase of spherical form with tight fluted body below a quatrelobed neck with tight frill rim, internally decorated with a green, citron and white spiral line, height 15cm.

550 553 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge finger bowls of circular form with a wave rim, decorated with fine cranberry threading over a graduated opalescent ground, width 13cm. £40 - £60

555 A pair of 19th Century clear crystal glass finger bowls of plain circular section decorated with a vermicelli design over a frosted ground below a gilded rim, width 13.5cm, together with a matched single stem wine goblet. (3). £60 - £80

554 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase of spherical form with a tight frill rim, with graduated opalescence over the green wrythen spiral body, height 9cm, together with a similar example cased in dye away pink over opal. (2).

556 A mid 19th Century clear crystal glass ham stand with a domed foot rising to a bobbin form stem and flared rim with concentric rings, height 14cm, together with a similar smaller example. £80 - £120

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

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557 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams Verre de Soire bowl of compressed tri form with a crimped rim, cased in pink over opal with internal spiral air trap decoration, raised to a clear crystal rustic form foot, width 11cm.

560 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons high gloss Queens Burmese table salts of circular form with frill rim, raised to silver plated wire work stands. (2).

£40 - £60

561 A pair of late 19th Century straw opalescent table salts of circular form with flat rim and wrythen spiral body with a graduated opalescence, mounted to silver plated wire work stands. (2).

558 A late 19th Century miniature clear crystal glass sweet meat bowl, possibly Thomas Webb & Sons, with a wrythen mitre cut bowl with scalloped rim above a facet knop with wrythen baluster form stem and a radial star cut foot, height 12cm, together with a similar smaller example. (2). £50 - £80 559 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons glass posy vase of tapering form to a dimpled shouldered rising to a trefoil neck in magenta over opal enamelled and gilt with trailing flowers, together with a similar example, unmarked, height 17cm. £80 - £120

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£80 - £120

£60 - £80 562 A 19th Century Stourbridge clear crystal glass claret jug, possible Richardsons, of footed ovoid form with a tapered collar neck and applied rope twist handle, cut and engraved with a repeat cartouche panel design with a stylised acanthus leaf, height 29cm, together with a matched pair of facet stem wines. (3). £80 - £120

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563 A late 19th Century Stourbridge clear crystal glass water jug in the Aesthetic taste of footed conical form with high loop handle, engraved decorated in the manner of Joseph Keller with a crane amongst foliage, height 26cm, together with a matched pair of goblets with a twist stem and radial star cut foot. (3). ILLUSTRATED.

565 A 19th Century oversize drinking glass in the 18th Century taste with a drawn trumpet bowl above a plain stem, raised to a shallow conical folded foot, engraved with hops and barley with exotic bird opposing below a gadrooned border, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

566 An early 19th Century tumbler drinking glass of plain cylindrical form engraved decorated with a monogram above LOVE JESUS within foliate borders, height 10cm.

564 A large 19th Century clear crystal goblet with an ovoid bowl above a facet knopped stem and circular spread foot with radial star, the bowl engraved with a monogram and fish around the Prince of Wales feathers and a large engraved fish opposing, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

£40 - £60

£30 - £50 567 An early 19th Century blow moulded glass mustard bottle of shouldered square section with canted corners and collar neck, relief mould decorated with ‘LONDON’ to the pale green body, height 13.5cm. £80 - £120


19th Century British

568 A group of four 19th Century English Roemer wine glasses with ovoid bowls above integral stems decorated wrythen applied collar and raised prunts, each to a threaded flared foot, all in deep green, tallest 11cm. (4). £40 - £60 569 A pair of 19th Century finger loop decanters of compressed ovoid form with slender collar neck and applied loop handle, each later engraved by A.P. Hogg of Kenilworth with hunting scenes, height 19cm. (2). £80 - £120 575 570 A 19th Century novelty shot glass in the form of a Wellington boot with applied clear crystal rigger work, engraved Ld Wellington for ever, height 9cm. £120 - £150 571 A mid 19th Century Richardsons drinking glass designed by Richard Redgrave for Felix Summerlys Art Manufacturers, bell form bowl with gilded dots above stiff leaf border with facet cut stem and circular spread foot, acid mark, height 13cm.

572 A 19th Century clear crystal glass bottle coaster of hexagonal form with engraved panels of exotic birds, flowers and foliage with applied crimped decoration, together with a pair of similar period deep green Roemer wine glasses. (3).

£60 - £80

£40 - £60

573 THORPE (W.A) A HISTORY OF ENGLISH AND IRISH GLASS, volume one, facsimile edition, Germany, Holland Press, 1969, SAVAGE (G) GLASS, London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1965, PAZAUREK (G.E) KUNSTGLASER DER GEGENWART, Leipzig, Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1925, PAZAUREK (G.E) MODERNE GLASER,, Leipzig, Verlag von Hermann Seemann Nachgolger and The Celebrated Manley Glass Collection sale catalogue (5).

574 HARTSHORNE (A) OLD ENGLISH GLASSES, London and New York, Edward Arnold, 1897

£30 - £50

£500 - £800

£60 - £80 575 A Thomas Webb & Sons torpedo form cameo glass scent bottle cased in opal over ruby with a floral and leaf design below hallmarked silver collar and embossed hinged cover, length 13cm, Birmingham 1885, S/D to mounts. ILLUSTRATED.

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576-610 Paperweights

578 A 19th Century French paperweight by Baccarat decorated with a spaced millefiori ground with various fine composite canes, two gridels of a goat and cockerel set in muslin all within a heavily faceted dome, S/D. £200 - £300

576 576 An early 20th Century Val St Lambert Cameo glass paperweight designed by Louis-Leon Ledru of domed section cased in ruby over clear crystal and cut with stylised flowers and foliage over a textured ground below a double notch cut upper border, radial star cut base, width 8cm. ILLUSTRATED.

579 A 19th Century clear crystal paperweight, possibly French, with a shallow dome internally decorated with a sulphide profile portrait of an 18th Century gentleman with hair tied back in a ribbon over partial ruby ground, width 8cm. S/D £80 - £120

£80 - £120

£200 - £300

577 577 A late 20th Century limited edition Perthshire Paperweight titled Bouquet Overlay, internally decorated with a fine lamp work bouquet within a clear crystal dome with translucent blue overlay with a top printie window and eighteen side facets, numbered 45 of 300, complete with box and certificate. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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581 581 A Whitefriars 1976 Christmas paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter, decorated with the three wise men in millefiori cane work over a cane work ground within a facet cut crystal glass dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

580 580 A Whitefriars 1979 Christmas paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter with a millefiori canopy decorated with a central image of partridge surrounded by pears to a pale green ground within a tonal blue cane work ring all within a facet cut clear crystal glass dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

582 582 A Whitefriars 1978 Christmas paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter, decorated with Mary and Joseph in millefiori cane work over a cane work ground within a facet cut crystal glass dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120


Paperweights

589 A Whitefriars 1977 commemorative paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter created for the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games having millefiori canes in the pattern of the Olympic rings over a deep blue ground within a facet clear crystal done, together with a similar version for the 1980 games, signature and date canes, width 7.5cm. £50 - £80

583 583 A Whitefriars 1980 Christmas paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter, decorated with bell in millefiori cane work over a cane work and dark blue ground within a facet cut crystal glass dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

585 585 A Whitefriars 1977 commemorative paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter celebrating silver jubilee of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, decorated with central globus cruciger with 1953 and 1978 date canes within double garland all to a facet cut crystal glass dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 586 A Whitefriars 1977 commemorative paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter celebrating silver jubilee of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, decorated with a large millefiori crown over dark blue ground all within a clear crystal facet dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm.

590 590 A 1981 Whitefriars, Caithness Christmas paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter, titled Snow Crystal decorated with a millefiori cane work snowflake to a deep amethyst ground within a facet cut crystal glass dome, acid signed, numbered 60 of 1000, width 7.5cm., boxed, box A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£50 - £80

584 584 A Whitefriars 1977 Christmas paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter, decorated with a millefiori cane work scene of the manger with angels over head to a close packed millefiori ground within a facet cut crystal glass dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

587 A Whitefriars 1977 commemorative paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter celebrating silver jubilee of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, decorated with millefiori royal monogram below a crown over dark blue ground all within a clear crystal facet dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. £50 - £80 588 A Whitefriars 1977 commemorative paperweight designed by Geoffrey Baxter celebrating silver jubilee of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, decorated with a central millefiori crown within concentric red, white and blue millefiori rings all within a clear crystal facet dome, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm. £50 - £80

591 591 A Whitefriars, Caithness paperweight titled The Zodiac decorated with millefiori canes over a white lace ground within a facet cut crystal glass dome decorated with pink and white spiral lines, acid signed, numbered 73 of 250, width 7.5cm., boxed. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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597 597 A later 20th Century William Mason paperweight decorated with a lampwork butterfly above a deep amethyst ground with an outer millefiori garland, signature cane, width 7cm, together with a Perthshire commemorative Jubilee crown weight. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

592 592 A limited edition Caithness paperweight titled Glassmaker decorated with themed millefiori canes with glassmakers tools over a lattachino scramble ground, numbered 184 of 1000, boxed, together with a similar cane work and scramble ground weight. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£50 - £80

594 594 A later 20th Century Caithness paperweight titled Snow Flake with a central millefiori cane to a flat laid lattachino crown, acid signed, numbered 14 of 250, boxed, together with a similar example titled Revival, numbered 28 of 650. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

593 593 A later 20th Century Perthshire paperweight decorated with silhouette canes of a mouse, fish, frog, lion, bird, scooter and a man on horse back within an interwoven garland over deep red ground, signature and date cane, width 7.5cm, together with a similar millefiori radial weight with central shamrock design. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

595 A set of four later 20th Century Caithness limited edition paperweights designed by Colin Terris from the Elements series titled earth, air, fire and water, each numbered 190 of 1000, unboxed. (4). £100 - £150 596 A set of four later 20th Century Caithness limited edition paperweights designed by Colin Terris from the Elements II series titled earth, air, fire and water, each numbered 145 of 250,,boxed. (4). £100 - £150

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598 A set of three limited edition Caithness paperweights titled We Three Kings, Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh, each signed and numbered. (3). £60 - £80 599 An early 20th Century Arculus paperweight with a concentric millefiori canopy in tonal red, blue, green and white, width 8cm. £80 - £120 600 An early 20th Century Richardsons Old English paperweight inkwell with a five row concentric millefiori cane work canopy in red, white and blue, height 15.5cm. £150 - £200 601 An early 20th Century Richardsons Old English paperweight with a four row concentric millefiori cane work canopy in red, white and blue, width 8cm. £60 - £80


Paperweights

602 An early 20th Century Old English paperweight with a five row concentric millefiori cane work canopy in red, white, blue and green, width 8.5cm. S/D. £60 - £80 603 A 19th Century Old English inkwell with a four row concentric cane work canopy of repeat cog canes in red, white and blue, height 9cm, together with a later damaged example, probably John Walsh Walsh with a concentric millefiori canopy around the central hair silhouette cane. A/F (2). £50 - £80 604 A late 19th to early 20th Century Old English inkwell, possibly Richardsons or John Walsh Walsh with a four row concentric millefiori cane work canopy including a ring of Queen Victoria square bun silhouette canes, lacks stopper, height 9.5cm.

606 606 A late 19th Century Old English paperweight with a concentric millefiori cane work canopy in red, white and blue ruffle and cog canes all within a clear crystal glass dome, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

608 608 A 19th Century Antique scramble paperweight, possibly New England Glass Company with various millefiori cane fragments including a running hare silhouette, unsigned, width 6cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

£120 - £150

£100 - £150

605 605 A small late 19th Century Old English paperweight with a concentric millefiori cane work canopy in red, white and blue with various ruffle and cog canes within a clear crystal glass dome cased in opal and facet cut with one top printie window and six side windows, width 6cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

607 607 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh paperweight with a multicoloured concentric millefiori cane work canopy all within a clear crystal facet cut dome, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

609 609 A 19th Century Antique French garland butterfly paperweight, possibly St Louis or Baccarat with a central lampworked open winged butterfly with millefiori canes to the wings within a fine millefiori red and white cane work, all within a clear crystal glass dome with radial star cut base, width 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150

£200 - £300 610 HOLLISTER JR (P) THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS, New York, Clarkson N Potter Inc, 1969, ELVILLE (E.M) THE COLLECTOR’S DICTIONARY OF GLASS, London, Country Life Books, 1969 and EDITORE (A) MILLE ANNI DI ARTE DEL VETRO AVENEZIA, Italy, Albrizzi, 1982 £30 - £50

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611-671 20th Century Continental

617

612 611 A large cameo glass vase by Legras & Cie Mont Joye of shouldered ovoid form with a tall collar neck, acid cut, enamelled and gilded with African Violets and leaves below a scrolling gilded border to a textured pale apple green ground, gilt shield mark to the base, height 24.5cm. £300 - £500 612 An early 20th Century Josef Riedel for Beckmann & Weiss cameo glass vase of tapering form in magenta and green over opal acid cut with stylised ivy and berries, cameo signature, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

613 A 1930s glass car mascot in by H.G.Ascher Ltd modelled as a horse head with sinuous mane in a translucent clear finish, unmarked, length 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

£50 - £80 615 A small post war Venini glass bowl of rounded square section, internally decorated with fine lattachino cane work spirals in magenta over clear, retains partial original label, width 8cm.

616 An early 20th Century Steuben vase of footed ovoid form with collar neck, decorated with applied opaline handles over the pink alabaster ground, unmarked, height 28cm. £50 - £80

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617 A 1930s French cameo glass vase by Flore of tapered ovoid form cased in black over opal over pale blue cut with an Antarctic scene of penguins on ice flows, cameo signature to the body, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

614 A contemporary studio glass vase by Jason Amstutz of barrel form with pulled body, decorated with gold fissured base over a pale blue ground, engraved signature, height 18cm.

£40 - £60

613

618

618 An early 20th Century French art glass vase, possibly Mont Joye & Cie, of square sleeve section, transfer printed and enamel decorated in the Art Nouveau style with flowers and foliage over rococo scrolls, unmarked, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £30 - £50 619 An early 20th Century German vase by Entwurf Fachlehrer Veit in the Secessionist style circa 1925, the triple ring base below a tall sleeve form body, cased in clear crystal over green and hand enamelled with an abstract black line and orange panel design, unmarked, height 26cm. £30 - £40


20th Century Continental

621 620 A 1920s French Art Deco enamel glass dish by Legras of rounded square section, reverse decorated with four stylised turquoise roses with black leaves over a stippled pale yellow ground, enamel signed Quenvit, measures 10cm. £30 - £40 621 A large early 20th Century D’Argental cameo glass vase of wide sleeve form cased in a deep magenta over the opal ground and cut with sparrows amongst thorns and blackberries, cameo signature to the body, height 18.5cm, diameter 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £450

626

623 623 An early 20th Century Legras crystal glass pedestal bowl the base of folded triform with gilt and enamelled rococo scrolls rising to the roll crimped rim bowl reverse acid cut with foliage behind mottled the opal and ruby ground with gilt and enamelled flora to the outside, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

625 A 1930s Czechoslovakian crystal glass liqueur set comprising of a toddy jug in pale amethyst with a band of mitre cut leaf motives, eight shot glasses in the conforming pattern and square tray with pleated borders, jug height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

626 An early 20th Century Legras crystal glass vase of conical footed globe and shaft form with gilt rococo scrolls over the ruby and opal mottled ground, height 32cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

£180 - £220

£150 - £200 624 An early 20th Century Haida crystal glass dish of faceted form with alternating panels of enamelled flowers and blck and gilt motives, diameter 15cm. £90 - £110

622 An early 20th Century continental crystal glass decanter of conical footed globe and shaft form with applied sapphire trail to the neck to a flat stopper with applied sapphire raspberry prunts, together with four matched wine glasses with the spread foot and slender stem to the threaded bowl, height 14cm. £120 - £150 625

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627 627 An early 20th Century continental decanter, possibly Mont Joye & Cie of footed shouldered form with a slender neck, transfer and enamel decorated with a fashionable lady before archways hung with Chinese lanterns, titled CAKE WALK, over a turquoise blue ground, unmarked, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 628 A 1930s Czechoslovakian Art Deco decanter set with a slice cut clear crystal glass decanter with alternating ruby enamelled panels of stylised flowers over a linear engraved ground, together with a matched set of six tumbler glasses. (7). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

628 629 A 1930s Czechoslovakian Art Deco scent bottle and matched covered powder box of diagonal stepped form with arched handle and chrome plated atomiser spray, unmarked. (2).

£250 - £300

£120 - £150 630 An early 20th Century continental clear crystal glass vase of waisted sleeve form with flared foot, cut, enamelled and gilded in the Secessionist taste with laurel garlands and repeat panel motifs over a cut ground, unmarked, height 32cm. £80 - £120

633 A 20th Century Italian crystal glass bird in the manner of Dino Martins with opal mezza filigrana decoration in opal to the crest and cinnamon and sapphire to the spread wings all cased in clear crystal with applied detailing to the eyes and gold aventurine running through the beak, unmarked, height 25cm. £80 - £120

631 A 20th Century Baccarat clear crystal drinking glass of footed conical form decorated with a fine acid cut arabesque scroll design with panel borders, acid marked, height 19cm, together with a matched smaller example. (2). £80 - £120

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632 A purple iridescent studio glass vase by Dominick Labino with four applied lobes to the body spherical form, engraved signature and dated 11-1982, height 16cm

634 A later 20th Century Vitrix glass vase by Thomas Buechner the triangular compressed body to a flat slit neck in a pale peach with frosted winged flint trails wrapping around the body, dated 1985, engraved signature, height 21cm. £80 - £120 635 A 20th Century Murano Sommerso glass fish decorated with bullicante over the deep green body all cased in clear crystal, length 28cm. £40 - £60 636 A 20th Century Sommerso Seguso fish in the manner of Flavio Poli the emerald core decorated profusely with gold aventurine above the domed base all cased in clear crystal, height 23cm. £80 - £120


20th Century Continental

637

645

637 A 20th Century Sommerso glass fish in the manner of Cedenese the flat arced body in blue over a line of pale pink all cased in clear crystal to the domed foot, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED.

640 A large 20th Century Seguso Sommerso figure of a stylised bird the body in a pale magenta to opal with an applied gold aventurine beak all cased in clear crystal, height 46cm.

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

638 A large 20th Century Seguso figure of a standing female holding a raspberry in a graduating pale pink to clear with applied green leaves all above a wide domed base in a frosted finish, height 66cm.

641 A large 20th Century Italian Murano stylised pheasant the deep ruby body profusely decorated with gold aventurine with applied emerald eyes all to a wrythen aventurine base, height 42cm.

643 A 20th Century Sommerso glass bird in the manner of Seguso the body in a pale magenta to opalescence with applied crest and feet picked out in gold aventurine all to the domed opal base, height 32cm. £60 - £80

£300 - £400

£80 - £120 639 A large 20th Century Oggetti D’arte ‘Harmon’ range figure of a crane on a domed base below the cinnamon feet surrounded by applied opalescent leaves rising to the opal body and citron plume to the head, original label, height 46cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

644 A pair of large 20th Century Seguso sommerso glass stylised birds the body in a graduated magenta to opal with applied details picked out in gold aventurine all to domed bases with aventurine inclusions, height 40cm. £120 - £150

639

642 A 20th Century Murano glass stylised bird to a coiled tail possibly by Salviati the body in graduating amethyst to clear with an applied aventurine crest all to the quatrefoil base, height 38cm. £100 - £120

645 A post war Murano candelabra modelled as a blackamoor in a red frill jacket with applied detail with aventurine inclusions holding wyrthen sconces above the domed aventurine base, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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649 A large 20th Century Moser clear cut crystal table suite in the Splendid pattern, No 10160, comprising two large jugs, six water glasses, six red wine, six white wine, six port, six liqueur, six water tumblers, six whisky, five shot glass, all with fine strawberry diamond cuts with a printie panel band below an acid cut rim with foliate scroll picked out in gold. (56). ILLUSTRATED. £1,000 - £1,500

646

648

650 A 20th Century Mstisov Rhapsody range vase designed by Frantisek Zemek of compressed ovoid form in clear crystal between to large conjoined spots of blue and amber, height 16.5cm. £50 - £80

646 An Art Deco Czechoslovakian decanter of faceted barrel form with engraved zigzag borders below the facet cut stopper together six shot glass in the conforming pattern, acid stamped, decanter height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

648 A large early 20th Century American Hawkes Brunswick pattern bright cut vase in clear crystal glass of footed drawn trumpet form profusely cut with stylised star motifs all below a notch cut rim, height 62cm. ILLUSTRATED.

647 A 20th Century Murano vase by Alfred Rossi of flared pillared form above a domed ribbed foot both with all to a deep onyx ground finished in a petrol iridescence, engraved signature, height 48cm. £120 - £150

£200 - £300

£80 - £120

649

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655

656 656 A large later 20th Century cameo glass vase, possibly American, of compressed ovoid form with a flared collar neck, cased in translucent ruby over clear crystal ground, acid cut with a procession of primitive stylised animals with a figure over the textured ground, indistinctly signed and dated 1976, height 24cm.

651 651 An early 20th Century Beyermann of Haida glass vase of low shouldered form to the tapering neck the cobalt blue ground decorated with silvered and mottled sulphides around the outlines of foxes in woodland, unmarked, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£500 - £800 657 A contemporary studio glass vase by Vicky Beech of squat ovoid form cased in black over the orange, red and yellow marbled ground cut with silhouetted antelopes, dated n2005, engraved signature, height 12cm.

£100 - £150 652 An early 20th Century WMF Myra Crystal glass bowl of footed fluted form, decorated with a pale green to purple petrol iridescent finish, width 16.5cm, together with a matched small pedestal vase, unmarked. (2).

£80 - £120

£60 - £80 653 An early 20th Century W.M.F Myra Crystal plate of shallow circular form with wide rim decorated with a petrol iridescence, unmarked, width 31cm. £50 - £80

658 654 A 1930s Czechoslovakian scent bottle with a deep blue compressed ovoid bottle with heavily cut body below a large clear crystal glass figural stopper relief moulded and pierced with a figure of a stylish lady carrying a bouquet of flowers, height 23cm.

655 An early 20th Century Baccarat cameo glass bowl of circular form, cased in translucent ruby over clear crystal and cut with a flowering bough below a rococo scroll with gilded highlights over a feather effect ground, width 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

658 An early 20th Century pate de verre vase circa 1915 by Gabriel Argy-Rousseau in the Chardon pattern with relief moulded thistle heads picked out in green and purple over a mottled opaque and purple ground, signed to the body, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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659

660

659 A large 20th Century Italian Murano glass vase in the manner of Dino Martins of tapering form with mezza filigrana decoration with wrythen blue and green bands to the clear ground, indistinctly signed, height 32cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 660 A 20th Century Murano glass vase of shouldered ovoid form possibly Aureliano Toso, the body decorated with a mezza filigrana decoration of cased spiralled yellow and amethyst bands within a clear ground, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

662

664

663 An early 20th Century Poschinger glass vase of squat form to a short collar neck possibly by Ferdinand von Poschinger enamelled with stylised sprays between gilt linear patterns all to the blue turquoise aventurine ground, width 12cm.

667 A 20th Century Roman cage glass style bowl the external frosted flint fretwork suspending the inner sapphire blue flared bowl, together with a similar example in ruby, tallest 13cm.

£50 - £80

668 A 20th Century Italian glass vase tapered form cased in black over a deep ruby decorated with battuto cutting between a large vertical cut revealing the acid finished ruby, height 29cm.

664 An early 20th Century Poschinger glass vase of low shouldered form rising to an elongated flared neck possibly by Ferdinand von Poschinger with enamelled geometric patterns to the neck between gilt banding all to the green aventurine ground, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

661 A 20th Century Italian glass vase possibly by Venini of cylindrical form to a narrow neck decorated with wrythen mezza filigrana in red and blue to the clear ground, height 12cm. £40 - £60 662 A 20th Century Murano glass vase possibly by Barovier and Toso the amber body of tapering form with applied petal feet in blue and red, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

669

665 A mid 20th Century Czech glass vase of flared tumbler in the style of Jindrich Tockstein form with deep cut sections surrounding engraved female nudes, acid marked ‘Czechoslovak office for relief and rehabilitation’, height 14cm. £80 - £120 666 A 20th Century continental glass vase of tumbler form with dimpled side enamelled and gilt with Picassoesque faces all to the deep green ground, unmarked, height 11cm. £40 - £60

£80 - £120

£60 - £80 669 A post war Italian glass vase by Fioretti of tapering form with mezz filigrana style decoration of cinnamon and lime bands all cased in clear crystal, dated 1959, engraved signature, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 670 A 20th Century Seguso glass figure of a stylised female praying the conical body in a clear to graduating petrol iridescent body with applied detail with aventurine to the clear crystal, height 18cm.80 £80 - £120 671 A large 20th Century Chinese glass bowl in the graal style, the body with a pulled decoration in green, amethyst and pale blue all cased in clear, unmarked, height 18cm. £40 - £60

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672-703 20th Century Scandivian

672 A post war Kosta glass bowl designed by Vicke Lindstrand of triangular form, internally decorated with a purple spiral line design to the clear crystal ground, engraved signature, width 16cm.

678 A mid 20th Century Orrefors clear crystal glass vase of rounded rectangular form, engraved decorated to both sides with a young girl looking at a flock of geese in flight, engraved signature Orrefors - P2801 - 1III P, height 12cm.

680 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda Artists collection glass by Ulrica Hydman-Vallien decorated with enamelled horizontal lines over the opal and red splatter ground, engraved signature, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£40 - £60

£80 - £120

£50 - £80

673 A large post war Orrefors clear crystal vase designed by Sven Palmqvist of compressed sleeve form with a tapered upper rim, engraved with a stylised female figure in long flowing robes holding a flowering bough with small floral sprigs around her, signed to the base Orrefors Palmqvist 2946 B1 KR, height 29cm.

681 A later 20th Century Orrefors glass bowl possibly designed by Ingegerd Raman with banded decoration in opal on the frosted finished over the clear crystal, acid marked, diameter 16cm.

£40 - £60

682 A post war Gullaskruf crystal glass tea light holder with ruby and emerald wrythen trails, diameter 8.5cm, together with a similar Kosta example by Goran Warff with blue and emerald pulled loop decoration, both with engraved signatures, diameter 7.5cm.

674 A mid 20th Century Orrefors Slip-Graal bowl designed by Edward Hald with a small circular foot below the flared body, internally decorated with a fine ruby spiral line to the clear crystal ground, engraved mark, Orrefors - Graal 312HN - Edward Hald, width16cm, A/F. £30 - £50 675 A post war Orrefors Kraka glass bowl designed by Sven Palmqvist of circular section with heavy cased wall internally decorated with a fine bubble mesh within a smoke grey ground, full engraved signature of Orrefors - Kraka 320 Sven Palmqvist, width 16.5cm.

£40 - £60

679 679 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda Artists collection glass vase of high shouldered form designed by Bertil Vallien decorated with white spotted line over a pearlised iridescent ground, engraved signature, height 11.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

£30 - £50 683 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda glass vase of waisted sleeve form designed by Ulrica Hydman-Vallien with a hand enamelled stylised tulip over a mottled white ground, height 26cm, together with a similar example of hourglass form with hand enamelled stylised ducks in blue over the mottled graphite ground, both with engraved signatures, height 9cm.

£100 - £150

£30 - £50

676 A small Orrefors Kraka posy vase circa 1959 of compressed shouldered ovoid form with shallow collar neck, cased in clear crystal over a green core with a tonal green fish net design with controlled air bubbles, engraved signature Orrefors - Kraka - No 403 - Sven Palmqvist, height 10cm.

684 A post war Claus Josef Riedel for Riedel Crystal glass vase of compressed sleeve form with a mitre cut and polished triangle to the centre against the acid textured ground below the polished cambered rim, acid marked, height 14cm. £30 - £50

£120 - £150 677 A mid 20th Century glass vase, possibly Scandinavian of tapered ovoid form, internally decorated with spiral magenta lines over the clear crystal ground, unmarked, height 12cm.

680

£30 - £50

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685

685 A large seaweed vase by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta of tapered and compressed cylindrical form with a deep solid base detailed with an internal green abstract form with air bubble decoration, full engraved signature, height 26.5cm, together with a matched smaller example, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £160 - £200 686 A post war Orrefors crystal glass vase designed by Sven Palmqvist of sleeve form with an engraved decoration depicting boy admiring a heron in flight, engraved signature, height 24.5cm.

687

688 A post war Iittala Pinus vase designed by Tapio Wirkkala of compressed sleeve form with moulded ridged textures in relief, engraved monogram, height 23.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

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691 A post war Riihimaki vase designed by Erkkitapio Siiroinen from the Pablo range of crossed rectangular section in blue cased in clear crystal, height 20cm. £50 - £80

£60 - £80 689 A circa 1960s Pompadour vase designed by Nanny Still for Riihimaki of cylindrical section rising to a bladed knop below the ovoid upper to the folded rim all in amethyst cased in clear, together with another example of low angular shouldered form, unmarked, tallest 27cm. £60 - £80

£60 - £80 687 A post war Skruf crystal glass vase designed by Bengt Edenfalk of cylindrical form with a double waist cut with segmented mitre cuts below the camber polished rim, together with another example of low rectangular section with horizontal mitre cuts besides pyramid cutting, both with engraved signatures, tallest 20cm. ILLUSTRATED.

688

690 A post war Kosta vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand of drawn ovoid form with internal air bubble decoration to the slanted rim, acid marked, height 28cm. £60 - £80

692 A circa 1955 Orrefors Ariel glass vase by Edvin Ohrstrom of swollen ovoid form to a narrow neck, the deep red ground with vertical elliptical air bubbles all cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 20cm. N.B. This is the largest size of this vase. £600 - £800 693 A 1950s Kosta glass vase by Vicke Lindstrand of tapering form the asymmetric core in a graduated cinnamon to red all cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 20cm. £120 - £150

696

694 A 1950s Boda ‘Guatemalan Canoeists’ glass footed bowl designed by Erik Hoglund, the walls engraved with stylised scenes of figures on canoes all in clear crystal, engraved signature, diameter 13cm. £240 - £280 695 A circa 1951 Kosta glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand titled ‘Trees in Fog’ of flared form internally decorated with onyx stylised branches to a graduated opalescence to the rim, 3 line acid stamp ‘LIND-STRAND KOSTA’ ‘LU2005’, height 33.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,800 - £2,200 696 A 1930s Orrefors crystal glass vase by Vicke Lindstrand the onyx foot below the tapered cylindrical body with a cut abstract art deco style dancer, engraved signature, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150


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697

701 A post war Model I-400 Straight Bird bottle by Timo Sarpaneva for Iittala, Finland, circa 1956 of shouldered sleeve form with shallow neck and integral small pouring spout, engraved signature with 2500, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED.

697 A post war Riihimaki Harlekini glass liqueur set designed by Nanny Still the the sapphire blue decanter of footed form rising to the clear crystal below spherical body and slender to the clear ball stopper, together with 6 matched liqueur glasses in the conforming pattern and colour way, decanter height 29.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£150 - £200 698 A later 20th Century Orrefors ‘Sea Life’ Graal glass bowl by Eva Englund the black foot rising to a flared bowl internally decorated with jellyfish and sea life to the blue and amethyst streaked gound, dated 1986, engraved signature, height 19cm., diameter 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2,200 - £2,600 699 A post war Nuutarjarvi Notsjo crystal glass Harso bowl designed by Kaj Franck decorated with an internal scale style pattern between air bubbles, unmarked, diameter 10cm. £60 - £80

78

701

700 700 A post war Iittala clear crystal glass Kantarelli vase designed by Tapio Wirkkala circa 1956 with a tapered column bade rising to a wide flared rim, finely engraved to the exterior with vertical lines, engraved signature, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

702 A post war Hadeland crystal glass vase of compressed ovoid form possibly designed by Willy Johansson with engraved with a stylised scene of a male and female dancing, retains partial original label, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 703 A post war Johansfors glass vase by Bengt Orup of compressed ovoid form to a pulled rim to pewter ground enamelled with vertical bands, height 25cm. £30 - £50


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705

704 An early 20th Century alabaster glass swan in the style of Stevens & Williams, the opaque green body with applied opal wings and stylised neck, unmarked, length 19cm. £40 - £60 705 A 1930s Stevens & Williams crystal glass vase of tapering form in amethyst over clear intaglio cut and polished with flowers and engraved petals between ladder cut pillars, pattern number 65332, unmarked, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £450 706 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams hock glass the clear crystal spread foot rising to the tapering stem with columns of ladder cutting below the tulip shaped bowl cased in Rockingham over citron and intaglio cut with flowers amongst leaves, unmarked, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

80

706

707 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons hock glass the spread foot rising to a swollen faceted stem with basal and upper faceted knops below the pale lime over clear crystal flared bowl, intaglio cut with polished trailing foliage and bunches of fruit between printie cut borders, acid marked, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £450 708 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons hock glass the spread foot rising to an inverted baluster stem below the flared bowl cased in a graduated green over clear with relief fan moulding to the base rising to cut drapery garlands, acid marked, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £180 - £220

707

709 A contemporary studio glass Delta bowl by Anthony Wassell triple cased in cobalt blue over turquoise frosted clear cut with abstract geometric patterns, engraved signature, diameter 28cm. £180 - £220 710 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons crystal glass footed pedestal bowl the bulbous lobed body rising to a flared wave rim with applied emerald green trails to the body, unmarked, height 13cm. £60 - £80 711 A contemporary studio glass vase by Michael J. Hunter of Twists Glass Studio titled ‘Genesis’ of compressed ovoid form cased in clear crystal over mottled tonal and blue swirl with silver aventurine and murrine canes, engraved signature and title, height 28cm. £200 - £300

708

712 A large early 20th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, polished intaglio decorated in the Oriental taste with flowering blossom boughs between repeat stylised borders, acid stamped to the base, height 21cm. £150 - £200 713 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams spirit flask of fluted cylindrical form with collar neck and spherical stopper, enamel decorated with Whisky over a deep green ground, height 22cm. £100 - £120 714 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Iris vase of compressed ovoid form with wide wave rim, decorated with an orange to gold iridescence, acid mark, width 15cm. £40 - £60


20th Century British

719

709

715 A 1920s fruit bowl by Albert Henry Guest, DG Ware, of footed double walled form, internally decorated with foil back butterflies over a deep blue ground, internal mark to the lower body, width 26cm. £80 - £120 716 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal vase of waisted and swollen sleeve form with a faint wrythen fluting to the body, cut and engraved with a scrolling flowering band, unmarked, height 29cm. £50 - £80 717 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vase of footed sleeve form with a swollen coupe top, decorated with applied amethyst pads over the cut and polished ground decorated with ribbon tied floral swags, acid mark, height 15cm. £40 - £60

718 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams vase of footed shouldered ovoid form with shallow collar neck, cased in opal over ruby and later flash cut with a repeat trellis and diamond design between printie panel borders, unmarked, height 20cm.

720

721 A large later 20th Century Dartington Crystal glass Graal bowl of ovoid form cased in clear over white, pale blue and ochre and decorated with polar bears to an Arctic landscape, height 19cm, width 20cm.

£100 - £120 720 A contemporary Caithness vase of swollen sleeve form, cased in a graduated blue over opal and cut and polished with penguins below a cloudy sky, retains original label, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED.

724 A late 20th Century William Yeoward crystal glass decanter the basal column cuts below engraved scenes of doves amongst branches, acid marked, height 13cm. £40 - £60

£100 - £150

£30 - £50 719 A large early 20th Century Stevens & Williams glass vase of footed ovoid form rising to an oversized everted rim, cased in deep green over clear crystal and flash cut with a stylised flowering foliate scroll below a chevron and triangular pattern border, unmarked, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED.

723

722 A later 20th Century Siddy Langley studio glass vase of compressed sleeve form internally decorated with primitive figures in cinnamon on the yellow ground all cased in clear crystal, height 19cm. £30 - £50

725 A set of four 1930s Stuart & Sons Art Deco wine glasses with a golden amber bowl cut and polished with stylised flowers and foliage above a clear crystal stem with notch cut decoration, raised to a conical golden amber foot, acid mark, height 21cm. (4). £80 - £120

723 A later 20th Century Stuart Crystal glass vase by A Crannage of footed cylindrical form deeply engraved with a fox amongst woodland, the back cut and engraved with large stylised leaves, engraved signature, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

726 An early 20th Century Stourbridge clear crystal water jug of ovoid form with collar neck and integral spout, cut polished and engraved with ribbon tied garlands abpve classical repeat borders, later fitted with a silver plated foot, collar and mahogany handle, unmarked, height 27cm. £80 - £120

£50 - £80

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727 A 1930s Thomas Webb & Co Art Deco clear crystal glass decanter of conical form with a triple gourd neck, cut and polished with a random spot design below simple engraved banded borders, acid mark, height 32cm, together with a matched pair of footed tumblers. (3).

732 A trio of 20th Century Monart vases to include a footed vase with wide trefoil rim in a mottled green with gold aventurine inclusions, a squat vase in a similar pallette and a swollen ovoid vase in a pale mottled green with red veining, tallest 19.5cm. £80 - £120

£80 - £120 733 A contemporary Allister Malcolm Mermaid Range footed dish with net of deep cinnamon profusely overlaid with gold aventurine on the outer lilac iridescent ground, impressed monogram, diameter 34cm.

728 A post war Royal Brierley Crystal illustrated sales brochure with gilt embossed blue bindings, complete with price lists. £30 - £50

£80 - £120

729 A large free blown glass charger by Michael Harris for Isle of Wight glass with a small central well, decorated with tonal brown and ochre spiral lines, unmarked, width 47cm. £250 - £350

734

730 A large free blown and cased sculptural form by Kathryn Wightman titled Zepplin of ovoid section with flat polished face cased in clear over white with a ruby interior, engraved signature, length 48 cm.

£150 - £200 735 A large 20th Century Monart case of tapering cylindrical form the mottled lilac ground below lime and blue veins, height 27cm, A/F.

£400 - £600 731 A 20th Century Webb Corbett crystal glass decanter designed by Irene Stevens of tapered sleeve form to hexagonal stopper with curved lines and square cutting in a repeat pattern together with five sherry glasses in the conforming cut, acid stamped, decanter height 33.5cm. £120 - £150

734 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Vesta Venetian rose bowl with a domed and wrythen fluted circular foot rising to a shall stem below a fluted bowl with collar neck, the whole with a graduated straw opalescence over citron ground, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£50 - £80

736

736 A later 20th Century Siddy Langley high sided bowl with petrol iridescent ground under random whiplash line of contrasting iridescence and spots of golden yellow mottling, dated 1987, engraved signature, diameter 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £120

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740 A large post war Tudor Crystal cut glass vase of footed conical form with baluster stem, intaglio cut and polished in the manner of Jack Lloyd with floral garlands above mitre cut lines, unmarked, height 36cm. £80 - £120 741 An early 20th Century straw opal vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh, of waisted sleeve form with wave rim, relief moulded with a stylised foliate motif picked out in opalescent over a citron ground, unmarked, height 16cm. £100 - £150 737 737 A 1930s Stevens & Williams footed flared vase in amethyst over clear crystal intaglio cut with floral trailing above engraved berry boughs, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 738 A 1930s Stuart Crystal footed flared vase with panels of floral spray cutting between segmented mitre cut borders, acid marked, height 25cm. £120 - £150

742 A pair of early 20th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass decanters by Frederick Carder of waisted and shouldered ovoid form with a silver mounted collar neck below a hollow blown clear crystal stopper, the body relief moulded, cut and engraved in the Art Nouveau taste with stylised whiplash flowers over a plumed ground, hallmarked for Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1907, height 31cm. (2).

741

£600 - £800 743 A later 20th Century studio glass scent bottle by Colin Reid in cast glass with polished faceted body decorated with a medial black and white ripple stripe and internal abstract aperture, engraved signature and date for 1982, height 17.5cm, S/D.

744

£80 - £120

739 739 A large contemporary studio glass bowl by Anthony Wassell of shallow circular form with a wide flat rim, cased in ruby and deep amber over clear crystal and cut in the Delta pattern with an abstract design in frosted and polished finish, engraved signature, dated 1995, width 53cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

744 An early 20th Century pedestal bowl by John Walsh Walsh of compressed ovoid form, relief moulded in the Chestnut pattern, picked out in graduated opalescence over the citron ground above an inverted baluster form stem, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 15cm. £80 - £120 745 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons vase of footed swollen sleeve form with wide flat rim, decorated with applied peacock trails with green centres and graduated opalescent surrounds over a graduated opalescent body, height 23cm. £100 - £150

745

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753 748 A clear crystal glass jug of fluted sleeve form with integral spout and applied loop handle, cut and engraved with stylised flowers and foliage above American sterling silver foot of stepped form with a rope twist border, stamped STERLING, height 24cm.

757 751 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams drinking glass of waisted sleeve form, cased in ruby over clear crystal and flash cut to the bowl with rococo style swags and scrolls over a hammered effect base, height 13.5cm.

754 A 1930s Stuart & Sons Art Deco clear crystal glass decanter of conical form with collar neck and flat rim, with a pale green conical tasting stopper, together with three matched cocktail glasses, acid signed. (4).

£80 - £120

£60 - £80

752 A large later 20th Century studio crystal glass decanter the folded conical foot in blue rising to the clear swollen body below the flat concentric stopper with folded blue edge, height 45cm.

755 An early 20th Century James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars, square sea green decanter circa 1908 designed by Harry Powell, pattern number 2091, with an applied ribbed handle and stemmed, flat top stopper, height 22cm.

£100 - £150 752 746 A pair of early 20th Century clear crystal glass candlesticks in the 18th Century taste, possibly by Elizabeth Graydon Stannus of Graystan with a pan top sconce above a double series opaque twist stem with a 20 ply spiral outside a corkscrew with brick red border above a basal knop and domed and folded foot, height 25cm. (2). £150 - £250 747 A large ribbon-trailed vase designed by Barnaby Powell for Whitefriars, pattern 8886, trailed in golden amber over the clear crystal glass ground, height 28cm £80 - £120

749 An early 20th Century James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars Woodchester tumbler vase designed by Harry Powell circa 1918 of cylindrical form with diamond mould pattern and applied rigger work foot rim in sea green, height 14cm, together with a matched example in amethyst. (2). £80 - £120 750 An early 20th Century amethyst wine glass in the 18th Century taste, probably by Elizabeth Graydon Stannus, Graystan, bell form bowl above an annulated knop and plain stem with basal ball knop, raised to a domed and folded foot, height 12.5cm. £50 - £80

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£150 - £200

£80 - £120 753 A pair of early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear cut crystal vases, the thistle form bowl raised to a baluster form stem and circular spread foot, both relief moulded, cut and polished with a repeat floral pattern, unmarked, height 18.5cm. £150 - £200

756 A 1930s James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars golden amber M54 pattern decanter designed by Barnaby Powell of tapered square section with conforming hollow blown square stopper, together with a matched pair of footed drinking glasses. (3). £100 - £150


20th Century British

760

762

764 762 A harlequin pair of 1930s Tudor Crystal hock glasses, ovoid bowls with everted rim, one cased in ruby, one blue, each flash cut and engraved by Jack Lloyd with a fruiting vine above a clear crystal faceted stem and circular spread foot with radial star, engraved and acid marks, height 18.5cm, together with a later Tudor Crystal rose engraved tankard with loop handle. (3).

757 An early 20th Century James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars, clear crystal decanter of shouldered square section with dimple knocked sides and applied pale green rigger work below a slender collar neck with silver hallmarked collar and hollow blown stopper, dated London 1909, height 28cm. £200 - £300

£120 - £180

758 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons liqueur decanter of footed double gourd form with a slender slice cut neck and hollow blown stopper, polished intaglio cut with floral swags and garlands below a classical border, height 30cm, together with a matched set of six slender baluster stem glasses. (7).

763 A pair of 1930s Tudor Crystal hock glasses, ovoid bowls with everted rim, cased in blue over clear crystal and flash cut in a repeat diamond pattern above a faceted stem and circular spread foot, acid mark, height 18.5cm. (2). £40 - £60

£200 - £300 759 A collection of early 20th Century Stuart & Sons table glasses, polished intaglio cut with floral swags and garlands below a classical border, two tall stemmed champagne, two tall stemmed wine, two tall stemmed liqueur and two waisted tumblers, acid signed. (8). £200 - £300 760 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons table epergene with four trumpets decorated with applied translucent green peacock trails over the clear crystal ground, mounted to a silver plated wire work stand with stylised leaves above a triform base, height 37cm. £200 - £300

761 761 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass vase of waisted baluster form with everted rim, engraved in the Art Nouveau taste with stylised flowers and foliage with whiplash stems around applied crystal prunts, possibly after designs by Carder, unmarked, height 17cm. £120 - £150

764 A large contemporary studio glass Visage bowl designed by Iestyn Davies for Blowzone with small clear crystal glass circular foot below a large pale blue ovoid bowl with applied clear crystal stylised faces, engraved signature, dated 1998, width 24cm. £250 - £350 765 A contemporary studio glass Striptease vase designed by Iestyn Davies for Blowzone of compressed ovoid form decorated with a fine black spiral line and clear crystal prunts over the clear crystal ground, engraved signature and date for 1999, height 25cm. £100 - £150

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766 766 A set of five 1930s Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass goblets with a cup form bowl above a large hollow blown knop each internally decorated with a lamp worked hunt scene of riders on horse back and fox hounds by William (Bill) Swingewood, raised to a shallow capstan stem and circular spread foot, height 12cm. (5). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 767 A contemporary Catherine Hough Contour glass vase of tapering sleeve form to a calla lily style neck with vertical concave pillar cuts in a smoky pewter all cased in clear crystal and finished in an acid matting, engraved signature, height 42cm.

771

768 A 1930s Monart shape CD glass vase of ovoid form rising to the square column neck in a graduated mottled orange to green with aventurine inclusions, height 22cm. Reference: Plate 20 in Ysart Glass, F.E Andrews, Ian Turner, Alison J. Clarke, Volo 1990. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600 769 A 1930s Monart shape SA glass vase of swollen form to an everted rim in pale pink graduating to a deep mottled amethyst with pulled trails, retains original paper label, height 23cm.

770 A 20th Century Bob Crooks glass Longitudinal Bowl of organic compressed form the lower section in a deep green rising to a lighter green section with ruby threading, engraved signature, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 771 A 1930s crystal glass vase of ovoid from by Clynne Farquharson for John Walsh Walsh in the Leaf pattern with engraved lines between elliptical mitre cuts, engraved signature, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

£300 - £400

£300 - £500

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772

774

773 775 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams decanter of shouldered square form with an applied clear crystal hollow blown loop handle, shallow collar neck with integral spout and hollow blown ball stopper, cased in emerald green over clear crystal and cut in a cracked ice design of overlapping block motifs, unmarked, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED.

772 A 1930s crystal glass vase of bucket form by Clynne Farquharson for John Walsh Walsh in the Du Barry pattern with engraved wavy lines amongst deep elliptical mitre cuts, engraved signature, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 773 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass decanter of spherical form with a collar neck and radial cut mushroom form stopper, the body cut and polished with rococo and foliate scrolls, unmarked, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£300 - £400 776 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons clear crystal glass vase of footed slender form with everted rim, decorated with applied green peacock eyes with spiral trailed lines and matched green trim to the rim, unmarked, height 21cm.

£100 - £150 774 A 1930s Stevens & Williams Rainbow pattern vase in the manner of Keith Murray with deep vertical mitre cuts over the ruby and green spiral ground, unmarked, height 26cm, drilled for a lamp base. ILLUSTRATED.

£50 - £80 777 A 1930s Stevens & Williams clear crystal ginger jar and cover of fluted form, internally decorated with a fine blue wave line, unmarked, height 25cm.

£100 - £150

775

£100 - £150

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783

778

785

778 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams clear crystal scent bottle of shouldered ovoid form with a pillar moulded body with scroll engraved motif below a hammered effect shoulder and collar neck with a domed and fluted radial cut stopper, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED.

781 A contemporary studio glass vase by Vic Bamforth of wrythen triform, cased in clear crystal over a tonal red core, engraved signature and dated 2015, height 18cm.

785 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons crystal glass vase of tapering form to a wide cinquefoil crimped rim with applied emerald green peacock trailing, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£30 - £50

£60 - £80

782 A contemporary studio glass vase by Adam Aaronson of compressed ovoid form with oval neck, decorated with bronze aventurine foil over a deep blue ground with a repeat circular design, engraved signature, height 13cm.

779 A pair of post war Thomas Webb & Sons Flair pattern vases of compressed sleeve form with a pulled rim in clear crystal with an internal basal blue dome decorated with controlled air bubbles, unmarked, height 20cm. (2). £60 - £80 780 CHAMBON (R) L’HISTOIRE DE LA VERRERIE EN BELIQUE, Bruzelles, Editions de la Librairie Encyclopedique, 1955, THE CORNING FLOOD: MUSEUM UNDER WATER, New York, The Corning Museum of Glass, 1975, HAYES (J) THE GARTON COLLECTION OF ENGLISH TABLE GLASS, London, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1965 and The Guepin Collection of 17th and 18th Century Dutch Glass, Christies, 1989 (4). £30 - £50

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£150 - £200 783 A Whitefriars Textured range Drunken Bricklayer glass vase, pattern number 9673 in Meadow Green, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £250 784 A group of early 20th Century Stuart & Sons crystal glass comprising of a footed vase of swollen form to the wide frill rim with applied amethyst trails, a tapering example and a squat ovoid vase both with wrythen emerald green trailing, tallest 17.5cm. £50 - £80

786 786 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons crystal glass vase of waisted form to a flared scalloped rim with applied wrythen emerald green trailing, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60


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Fieldings Auctioneers

Fieldings Auctioneers Limited Terms and Conditions of Business The Company provides the services of auctioneers subject to these Conditions (which can only be varied in writing where signed by a director of the Company).

Buyers 1. These conditions, together with any additional conditions appearing in the catalogue, are the terms and conditions subject to which Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd. (The Auctioneers) as agents for the vendor shall sell goods to the purchaser (The Bidder) and all other conditions, whether express, or implied at common law, or by statute, as are capable of lawful exclusion are hereby excluded. By participating in this sale all vendors and purchasers agree to be bound by these conditions and are deemed to have read and have full knowledge of them. 2. The highest bidder shall be the buyer at the hammer price except in the case of a dispute. If during the auction the auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. 3. The Auctioneers have the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots together or to withdraw any lot or lots from sale, regulate the bidding, refuse bids or cancel the sale without giving any notice or reason whatsoever. 4. The Auctioneers have the right at their discretion to refuse entry to their premises or attendance at their auctions of any person. 5. Whilst The Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and description of any lot they do not accept responsibility regarding authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot. All goods are sold with faults and imperfections and errors of description. If they have been instructed in writing by the vendor to certify a lot. The Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact. All Bidders should rely on their own judgment as to matters affecting any lot. 6. The Auctioneer shall only accept bids from the purchasers who have, to the auctioneers’ satisfaction, completed a registration form and obtained a bidding number. 7. Persons attending the auction site and premises do so at their own risk. Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by the Auctioneers’ negligence, the Auctioneers shall not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur on the auction site or premises. 8. The bidder shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 24% VAT inclusive* on the hammer price. The Premium is NOT negotiable and is payable by ALL purchasers. Deposits for exceptional lots maybe requested by the auctioneer immediately at the fall of the hammer. The bidder also agrees that the auctioneers may also receive commission from the Vendor in accordance clause 20. 8a. In accordance with Money Laundering Regulations and the Criminal Justice Act of 1993 Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd will no longer accept single cash payments exceeding £9999.00. 8b. In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006 all lots marked 3 which sell for €1,000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge (“Royalty”). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder’s premium which is payable under clause 8a) for lots selling for amounts up to €50,000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk 9. Immediately after a lot is sold the Bidder shall: give to the Auctioneers his name and address, and, if requested, proof of identity; and pay to the Auctioneers, all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers in respect of such lot. 10. In all cases lots shall remain at the risk of the Vendor save that lots shall be at the sole risk of the Bidder form the fall of the hammer, and such lots shall be taken away with all faults, defects and errors of description, of any nature whatsoever. Neither the Auctioneers, nor their servants or agents shall at any time be responsible for any loss or

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damage to lots whether caused by negligence or otherwise. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until he or she has paid for the whole of the lots purchased. 11. All lots shall be removed ON THE DAY OF THE SALE unless prior arrangement has been agreed with The Auctioneers. Items not collected shall be liable for storage charges at £2.00 per day. Neither the Auctioneers nor any third party shall be responsible for any damage, theft or loss occurring during this period. All items stored by the Auctioneers shall be at the risk of the Bidder. 12. If the Bidder fails to comply with these conditions, any deposit paid by the Bidder shall be forfeited to the Vendor of the lot, he paying out of it all just expenses of the Auctioneers and the lot shall be resold by public auction or private sale and the deficiency (if any) arising upon the resale together with the expenses of it shall be due as a debt from the Bidder in default upon the first sale. 13. a) Ownership in each lot shall not pass to the Bidder until full payment has been made (in cleared funds) of all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers pursuant to these Conditions. b). Until such time as ownership of the lot passes to the Bidder the Vendor and the Auctioneers shall be able to enter onto any premises of the Bidder, or any third party where the goods are being stored and repossess the goods or be entitled at any time to require the Bidder to deliver up the Goods to the Vendor and/or the Auctioneers. 14. Any payments by the Bidder to the Auctioneers may be applied by the Auctioneers towards any sum owing from the Bidder to the Auctioneers, without regard to any directions of the Bidder or his agent, whether express or implied as to how that payment should be applied.

Online Bidding Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale.

acknowledges the Auctioneers right to retain the premium payable by the Bidder in accordance with clause 8 above. A “sale entry / internet marketing” charge of £5-00 (VAT inclusive) will be applied to all lots, sold or otherwise, on each sale offering. The auctioneers shall remit the proceeds of the sale to the Vendor (subject to the deduction of all sums i.e. commissions and charges, due from the Vendor to the Auctioneers) no later than three weeks after receiving payment in full from the Bidder. In the event of the lots remaining unsold the vendor shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the above “sale entry / internet marketing” charge on each lot. 21. The Auctioneers do not undertake the collection of goods but shall however if desired instruct a contractor on the Vendors behalf and at his expense. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for any damage, loss, or unauthorised removal of goods and for any damage to premises by such contractors. 22. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for any lots delivered to their premises without sale instruction and reserve the right to make a housing charge, this charge is also applicable to lots that have been requested to be collected by the Auctioneers. If not removed within two working weeks the Auctioneers hold the right to sell the items in order to recover any costs incurred by them. 23. Unless instructed by accompanying written notice, all goods, which the Auctioneers deem to have no saleable value, will be disposed of at the Auctioneers discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction. 24. The Vendor will indemnify the Auctioneers, its servants and agents and the Bidder against any loss or damage suffered by either in consequence of any breach of clause 15 and/ or 16 above or otherwise of these Conditions on the part of the Vendor.

In completing the bidder registration on www.thesaleroom.com and providing your credit card details (and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd) you:

25. Any sums due, but unpaid, by the Vendor or the Bidder pursuant to these conditions shall carry interest (as well as after judgment) at the rate of 4% above Royal Bank of  Scotland plc base rate from time to time from the due date until payment, such interest to be compounded monthly.

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authorise Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale.

Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price

Vendors 15. The vendor warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Bidder that he/she is the true owner of the lot or is properly authorised to sell the lot by the true owner and is able to transfer the goods and marketable title to the lot free from any third party claims, liens or encumbrances. 16. The Vendor warrants to the Auctioneers and the Bidder that the goods as described and in particular as to the provenance and condition. The Vendor further warrants that any damage or non working parts have been fully declared to the Auctioneers and that the Vendor has provided the Auctioneers with all the information the Vendor has concerning the provenance of the property. 17. The Auctioneers act throughout as agents only and are not responsible for any default by either the Vendor or the Bidder. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for paying for paying the Vendor until they have received settlement in full (in cleared funds) of all sums due from the Bidder.

• All lots marked with an asterisk (*) denote Value Added Tax at the current rate on the hammer price. • The word “style” within a lot description denotes that, in our opinion, the item is a more recent copy of a period item. • “S/D” after a description denotes “Slight Damage”. • “A/F” after a description denotes “As Found”. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand.

Paintings & Drawings: Catalogue Terms • Forename(s) and surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work by the artist. (When the artist forename(s) is not known a series of asterisks with or without initials). • Initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which maybe in part or totally his work. • Surname of the artist only ~ in our opinion a work in the style of the artist, contemporary or nearly contemporary, not necessarily a pupil. • Attributed to ~ in our opinion probably a work by the artist. • Signed ~ in our opinion the signature of the artist. • After ~ in our opinion a copy of the artist. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand of the artist.

General Conditions

19. The vendor shall be entitled to place prior to the sale a reserve on any lot, being the minimum hammer price at which the said lot may be treated as sold. Where a reserve has been placed the auctioneer may bid on behalf of the vendor.

27. The Auctioneers shall be relieved of its contractual obligations to the extent that the performance thereof is prevented, frustrated, impeded or delayed directly or indirectly by or in consequence of any default by the buyer or vendor, statue, regulation or order of any government, council or other authority, riot, public disorder, strike, industrial dispute, lock out or other labour disturbance, storm, flood, explosion or other natural disaster or any other clause beyond the reasonable control of the Auctioneers.

20. Commission shall be charged at a rate of 18% VAT inclusive* for sale entries, in each case, of the hammer price. Special rates are negotiable for large consignments of items. The Vendor hereby authorizes the Auctioneers to deduct all commission payable from the hammer price and

*VAT payable at the current rate

18. A vendor who enters a lot or lots for auction which are an asset of his/her business must disclose to the Auctioneers whether or not they are registered for Value Added Tax, at the current rate.

28. These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law and any dispute or action that may arise shall be dealt with in accordance with English Law in an English Court.


Directions

From the North & East From Junction 3 of the M5 follow A456/A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

From the South From Junction 4 of the M5 follow the A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

By Rail From Birmingham Snow Hill and Worcester to Stourbridge Town, via Stourbridge Junction. Approximately 15 minutes walk from the station.

Forthcoming Sale Dates

Saturday 20th May - Fine Art & Antiques Saturday 10th June - Fine Art, Antiques & Collectables Saturday 1st July - Mantiques

Conditions of Absentee Bidding

All successful bids are subject to a charge of 24% (VAT inclusive) buyers premium on the hammer price.

Fieldings Auctioneers execute bids as a convenience. Whilst every care is taken in carrying out bids, neither Fieldings Auctioneers nor their staff can be held responsible for any errors made or failure to execute bids.

Reference and bidding slips should arrive 24 hours prior to the day of sale.

You may permit the auctioneer to increase your bid by one increment to secure the sale on your behalf by indicating “plus one” after your bid amount. If you do not wish us to exceed the figure noted, please mark your bid “maximum”.

In the event that two identical commission bids are received, the bid that was received first will prevail.

If you leave an odd bid, the auctioneer reserves the right to increase your bid to the next highest figure.

Your attention is drawn to the terms and conditions of business of Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd.


Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd Mill Race Lane Stourbridge West Midlands DY8 1JN

T: 01384 444 140

www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Reg No. 4261506


Fieldings Auctioneers