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Centuries of Glass Saturday 16th June 2018 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 dgA CerT.g.A.

Picture Consultant

Silver and Jewellery Consultant

liz@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

bill@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Judith Woolgar

ellie Bertram

June emery

Accounts Manager

Administrative Assistant

receptionist

judith@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

ellie@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

june@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Lee Coldrick

Alex Froggatt

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant

Porter

alex@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk


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Lots marked with ✦ are from the property of a European collector

Thursday 14th June Friday 15th June Morning of the sale from

Viewing 10.00am to 4.00pm 10.00am to 6.00pm 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 0218G Catalogue £12/£15 by post

Back cover: Lot 682 Order of sale: Lot 404

Please note that all emails requesting condition reports and images must be received by close of business on Thursday 14th June. All commission bids submitted by email must be received before close of business on Friday 15th June.

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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.

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). In accordance with financial regulations we do not accept single cash payments over £8,800 (€10,000). 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. All sold items not collected or paid for within fourteen days of the sale will incur storage charges of £5 per lot per day.

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: Mailboxes – 01905 732830 info@mbeworcester.co.uk That’s your lot – 01902 475212 thatsyourlot@outlook.com

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

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.

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Easy access 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.

Professional services 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 - 150

5 - 21

19th Century Continental

151 - 178

22 - 24

19th Century Pressed

179 - 230

25 - 29

19th Century British

231 - 332

30 - 60

20th Century Continental

333 - 483

42 - 60

From the collection of the late Eric Reynolds

484 - 614

61 - 75

20th Century British

615 - 800

75 - 97

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1-150 18th Century and Georgian

1 An 18th Century mead glass circa 1740, the cup form bowl raised on a plain stem and conical folded foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,200 2 A large 18th Century glass tazza circa 1770 of circular form with collar rim raised on an eight sided pedestal stem with basal collars and a domed and folded foot, diameter 33.5cm. £300 - £500 3 An 18th Century Bristol Blue drinking glass circa 1755, the wrythen moulded ovoid bowl into an incised stem picked out with gilded highlights above a circular spread foot, height 12.5cm. £200 - £300 4 An early 18th Century rummer circa 1805, the cup form bowl engraved with an image of HMS Victory with TRAFALGAR 1805 verso, above plain stem and circular spread foot, height 12.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 5 An 18th Century Monteith glass circa 1760 with an ogee Lynn ringed bowl with domed knop and shallow conical foot, height 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 6 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the conical bowl with half wrythen moulding and crimped bladed knop above an incised spiral slender stem and conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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7 An 18th Century Newcastle light baluster wine glass circa 1750, the large round funnel bowl engraved with the Arms of Holland above a slender baluster stem with upper bladed and ball knop with internal tear above an angular shouldered baluster stem with basal ball knop, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,200 - £1,500 8 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the fluted ogee bowl engraved to the upper rim with a band of flowers and foliage, (possible Jacobite reference) above a double series opaque twist stem with with medial knop and six ply spiral outside a central gauze, raised to a conical foot, height 14.5cm. £300 - £450

£400 - £600

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N.B. - A quiet, shy man, the unfortunate John Byng was no coward he faced his death with cool courage - but he seems to have been too cautious, passive and defeatist for command in the British navy. He went to sea at 13 and rose up the ladder to captain at 23 and rear admiral at 40. Aged 50 in 1756 when the Seven Years’ War broke out, Byng, now a full admiral, sailed with ten ships of the line to Gibraltar. His orders were to prevent the French in Toulon from capturing the British stronghold of Fort St Philip on the island of Minorca, and to this end he was to carry a detachment of 700 men from the Gibraltar garrison to Port Mahon. When Byng reached Gibraltar, however, he discovered that the French had already landed a sizeable force on Minorca and were besieging the fort. He and his council of war decided against landing more troops and he wrote to the Admiralty to explain that carrying out his orders would not stop the French and would be a needless waste of manpower. The letter, which arrived at the end of May, aroused consternation and fury in London. George II said flatly: ‘This man will not fight!’ Then came news of an inconclusive encounter in June between the British fleet under Byng and the French, from which the French had sailed away scot free, and late in June Fort St Philip surrendered. Byng was summoned home and put under arrest on arrival. Mobs went about chanting ‘Swing, swing Admiral Byng’ and the court martial, which convened at the end of December, was reported in detail in all the newspapers. Byng was charged with ‘failing to do his utmost’. He defended himself, but the court found against him and with the utmost reluctance sentenced him to death. The government ignored the court’s unanimous recommendation to mercy and George II declined to use his prerogative to spare Byng. In a howling gale in Portsmouth harbour that March day a heavy coffin was hoisted on board the Monarch at 7am. It was already inscribed, ‘The Hon. John Byng, Esqr. Died March 14th 1757.’ The admiral himself followed and by 11am boats were bringing officers from every warship in the harbour and numerous other vessels were heaving up and down filled with eager spectators.

9 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the round funnel bowl engraved with a man hanging from the gallows with the letters A and B and the word Justice verso, relating to Court Martial of Admiral Byng, above a multi series air twist stem and conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

At noon Byng came out on deck in a light grey coat, white breeches and a big white wig. He had been persuaded with difficulty to be blindfolded, on the grounds that it would not be fair to the firing party to have to see his face. He was escorted out onto the quarter deck, ‘with a stately pace and a composed countenance’ according to the Evening Post, to see nine marines in their scarlet uniforms lined up in three rows. The rear row were in reserve. In front of him was a cushion and a heap of sawdust, sodden from the rain. He knelt on the cushion, tied the blindfold round his head and held up a neatly folded white handkerchief in his right hand. After a few agonizing moments he dropped the handkerchief, the six marines fired and the admiral fell gently on his side. He was fifty-two The rights and wrongs of the matter have been disputed ever since, but Byng was not a political victim and Voltaire’s comment in Candide, that ‘in this country, it is good to kill an admiral from time to time, in order to encourage the others’ probably hit the nail on the head. £2,000 - £3,000

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10 An 18th Century Jacobite Dram glass circa 1750, the deep bucket form bowl engraved with a band of roses, buds and leaves, compressed knop stem and domed foot, height 10cm.

12 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1745, the ovoid bowl engraved with a rose and bud on stem with leaves above a plain stem and conical foot, height 12.5cm.

£300 - £500

£300 - £500

16 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1750, the round funnel bowl engraved with a flower and bud on stem with leaves and a thistle verso above a plain stem, raised to a folded conical foot, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

11 An 18th Century disguised Jacobite drinking glass circa 1770, the round funnel bowl cut and polished to the exterior with petal motifs which when viewed from above form a rose, above a shoulder knopped slice cut stem and a facet cut circular spread foot, height 14.5cm.

13 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1750, the round funnel bowl engraved with a large rose in bloom on stem with further half opened flower and bud, star and REDEAT verso above a double knop multi series air twist stem, raised to a conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

14 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1745, the round funnel bowl engraved with a carnation and lily of the valley with J S monogram verso either side of a bee, above a plain stem with medial knop, raised to a shallow conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

£300 - £500

£800 - £1,200

17 A late 18th Century Spanish La Granja glass spirit decanter of sleeve form with gilt ball stopper, decorated with scoop cut lattice pattern and floral gilt motifs, together with another example with Islamic gilt panels and a similar slice cut example with geometric gilt bands, tallest 14.5cm. (3)

15 An Irish Williamite wine or large cordial glass circa 1750, the bucket-shaped bowl engraved with a profile portrait beneath the inscription ‘The Immortal Memory’, the reverse with a crowned harp between grapevine, raised on a thick plain stem and heavy foot, 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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£600 - £800

£200 - £300

£800 - £1,200

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18 A mid 18th Century Dutch Soda glass tulip vase, the conical folded foot below an inverted baluster stem, rising to drawn ovoid bowl with twelve protruding solifleur sections, height 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 19 A mid 18th Century glass lace makers condensing globe, the conical folded foot below a compressed globe form body with narrow collar neck, height 28cm. £150 - £200 20 A large late 18th Century Nailsea style jug circa 1790 of shouldered form with flared neck and applied scroll kick handle, decorated with opal to the rim over a deep olive green ground, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600

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21 A Belfast Act of Union glass decanter circa 1800, of Prussian form with three applied annulated rings to the neck and radial cut target stopper, with basal column moulding and engraved with a rose, thistle and shamrock, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 22 A Belfast Act of Union glass rummer circa 1800, the heavy circular foot below a plain squat stem with central bladed knop rising to a incurved bowl, engraved with a monogram between a rose, thistle and shamrock, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £180 - £220

23 A late 18th Century Silesian glass cup and cover circa 1790, the circular foot rising to a facet inverted baluster stem and faceted bowl with domed cover, engraved with fountains and floral bunches in a courtyard outside a manor house with polished printie highlights, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 24 An 18th Century Lynn bowl rinser circa 1775 of cylindrical form with integral twin lip and graduated optic banded decoration, height 9.5cm. £250 - £350 25 An 18th Century glass white wine decanter circa 1775 of tapering form with slender neck below a scalloped disc stopper, engraved with WHITE WINE between fruiting vines in a matte and polished finish, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600 26 An 18th Century opaque white glass vase circa 1770 of footed globe and shaft form with coloured enamel floral decoration over a fluted moulded ground, possibly South Staffordshire, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 27 An 18th Century opaque white glass vase circa 1760 of shouldered form with wrythen moulded decoration, possibly South Staffordshire, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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30 A 18th Century Bristol green mead glass circa 1760, the cup form bowl raised on an incised twist stem with medial knop and conical foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

32 A late 18th Century Bristol blue bonnet glass circa 1780, the diamond moulded bowl raised on a knopped stem and conical foot, height 7cm.

£400 - £600

£120 - £180

36 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the waisted hammered bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with six ply spiral outside a central single corkscrew, raised on a conical foot, height 14.5cm.

29 An 18th Century Bristol green mead glass circa 1765, the cup form bowl raised on a plain form stem and conical foot, height 13cm.

31 A late 18th Century deep green Roemer glass, the cup form bowl over a hollow stem with applied raspberry prunts and trailing with conical trailed foot, height 13.5cm.

33 A late 18th Century Bristol green drinking glass circa 1790, the ovoid bowl raised on a plain stem and conical folded foot, height 12cm.

£250 - £350

£60 - £80

28 An 18th Century opaque white glass vase circa 1770 of footed globe and shaft form with fluted moulded decoration, possibly South Staffordshire, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

£250 - £350

£100 - £150 34 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the tall trumpet bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of corkscrews outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised on a conical foot, height 19cm. £300 - £350 35 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the semi fluted ogee bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with five ply spiral outside a central gauze with medial knop, raised on a conical foot, height 15cm. £100 - £150

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37 37 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1760, the semi fluted funnel bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of spiral tapes outside a central gauze, raised on a conical foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 38 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the ribbed ogee bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of five and six ply spirals outside a central gauze, raised on a conical foot, height 13.5cm. £180 - £220 39 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the ogee bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with ten ply spiral outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised on a heavy conical firing type foot, height 11cm.

40 40 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the Lynn ogee bowl above a triple series opaque twist stem with a pair of five ply spirals outside a lace twist and central pair of spiral tapes, raised on a conical foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

42 A 18th Century miniature drinking glass circa 1765, the round funnel bowl engraved with a floral border above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of corkscrews outside a multi ply corkscrew, raised on a conical foot, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£800 - £1,200

£120 - £150

41 An 18th Century Beilby drinking glass circa 1765, the funnel bowl with white enamelled wooded landscape scene above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of corkscrews outside a multi ply corkscrew, raised on a conical foot, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

43 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the round funnel bowl above a triple series opaque twist stem with two translucent spiral tapes outside a pair of spiral tapes and a central multi ply spiral corkscrew, raised on a conical foot, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£1,500 - £2,000

£300 - £400

£150 - £200

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44 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the bell form bowl above a double series opaque colour twist stem with a red and green spiral tape between a pair of white spiral tapes outside a central multi ply corkscrew, raised on a conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,500 - £2,000 45 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the bell bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of spiral tapes outside a multi ply corkscrew with upper knop, raised on a conical foot, height 16cm. £180 - £220

49 47 An 18th Century toasting glass circa 1760, the trumpet bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with four spiral tapes outside a central gauze, raised on a conical foot, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 48 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the trumpet bowl with solid beaded base above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of four ply spirals outside a central gauze, raised on a conical foot, height, 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

46 An 18th Century ale glass circa 1770, the drawn round funnel bowl above a triple series opaque twist stem with a multi ply spiral outside four spiral tapes and a central solid core, raised on a conical foot, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

49 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the drawn bell bowl above a multi series mixed twist stem with a faint air spiral and pair of spiral tapes outside a central gauze with an upper and medial knop, raised on a conical foot, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£300 - £500

£300 - £400 50 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, the pan top bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with sixteen ply spiral outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised on conical foot, height 16cm.

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£200 - £300

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51 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the bell bowl above a mixed twist stem with a spiral tape outside a single spiral air cable, raised on a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

52 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the large ogee bowl engraved with a monogram below a repeat floral border with polished printie highlights above a double series opaque twist stem with thirteen ply spiral outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised on a conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

53 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1765, the ogee bowl engraved with two closed rose buds with a bird to the opposing side, above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of spiral threads outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised on a conical foot, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

55 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1760, the ogee bowl engraved with a six petal rose and bud with a bee opposing, above a multi series opaque twist stem with medial knop, raised on a conical foot, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£300 - £400

£250 - £350

£400 - £600

54 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1765, the ogee bowl engraved by engraver G with a multi petal rose and bud with a thistle to the opposing side, above double series opaque twists stem with pair of spiral tapes outside a central gauze, raised on a conical foot, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

£300 - £400 56 A large 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, the large ogee bowl above a double series opaque twist with four spiral tapes outside a pair of multi ply spirals, raised on conical foot, height 17.5cm. £200 - £300 57 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1750, the round funnel bowl engraved with a six petal rose and two buds with an oak leaf to the opposing side, above a multi series air twist stem with upper and medial knop, raised on a conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,200

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58 An 18th Century champagne or ratafia glass circa 1755, the drawn trumpet bowl above a multi series air twist stem and conical foot, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED.

63 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, the tall waisted bell bowl above a multi series air twist stem, raised on a conical foot, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£250 - £350

£300 - £400

59 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1750, the round funnel bowl above a double series air twist stem with four ply spiral outside a loose spiral cable, raised on a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

64 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, the round funnel bowl with semi hammered moulding above a single series air twist stem with a spiral cable, raised on a conical foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£800 - £1,200

£400 - £600

60 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, the bell bowl above a double series air twist stem with eight ply spiral outside a loose spiral cable, raised on a conical foot, height 17cm.

65 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the bell bowl above a multi series air twist stem, raised on a conical folded foot, height 17.5cm.

£300 - £400

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£180 - £220

61 An 18th Century ale glass circa 1750, the drawn round funnel bowl above a multi series air twist stem with upper and medial knop, raised on a conical foot, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED.

66 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the bell bowl above a composite stem with multi series air twist over a teared inverted baluster and basal knop, raised on a conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£300 - £500

£400 - £600

62 An 18th Century English soda drinking glass circa 1770, the bell bowl above a multi series air twist stem with upper waisted section, raised on a conical foot, height 17.5cm. £100 - £150

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67 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the trumpet bowl above a mercury twist stem and conical foot, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 68 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, the semi fluted ogee bowl with engraved floral border above a double series air twist stem with four spirals outside a central loose cable, raised on a conical foot, height 15.5cm. £250 - £300 69 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the bell bowl above a composite stem with beaded knop over a multi series air twist stem, raised on a domed foot, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £900 70 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, the pan top bowl engraved with a border of fruiting vine above a multi series air twist stem and conical foot, height 14cm.

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71 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the bucket bowl above a multi series air twist stem with upper, medial and basal knops, raised on a conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 72 A large 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the trumpet bowl above a multi series air twist stem and conical foot, height 23.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 73 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the round funnel bowl above a multi series air twist stem and conical foot, height 15cm. £150 - £180 74 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, the round funnel above a double series air twist stem with eleven ply spiral outside a loose spiral thread, raised on a conical foot, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

£250 - £350

74 75 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1755, the honeycomb moulded funnel bowl above an incised twist stem, raised on a conical foot, height 16.5cm. £300 - £400 76 An 18th Century mead glass circa 1740, the cup bowl above a plain stem and conical folded foot, height 14cm. £250 - £350 77 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, the bucket bowl above a plain stem with a conical folded foot, height 18.5cm. £300 - £400 78 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, the pan top bowl above a plain stem and conical folded foot, height 15.5cm. £180 - £220 79 An 18th Century dram glass circa 1740, the trumpet bowl above a short plain stem with a domed and folded foot, height 9.5cm. £180 - £220

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77 80 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, the round funnel bowl engraved with a fruiting vine border above a plain stem with basal knop, raised on a conical folded foot, height 17cm. £150 - £200 81 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1750, the deceptive round funnel bowl above a plain stem and conical foot, height 10.5cm. £100 - £150 82 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the large stem fluted round funnel bowl above a plain stem and heavy firing style conical foot, height 12.5cm. £150 - £200 83 A large 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the trumpet bowl above a teared plain stem and conical foot, height 20cm. £200 - £250


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84 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1740, round funnel bowl above a teared plain stem with and domed foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

88 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1785, the funnel bowl above a diamond facet stem and conical foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£300 - £400

£400 - £600

85 An 18th Century cordial glass circa 1740, the round funnel bowl above a plain stem with upper and basal knop, raised on a conical folded foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

89 An 18th Century balustroid ale glass circa 1740, the tall round funnel bowl above a plain stem with upper, medial and basal knops, raised on a conical folded foot, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£500 - £700 86 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the large round funnel bowl above a thick plain stem and conical foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 87 An 18th Century Jacobite drinking glass circa 1740, trumpet bowl engraved with seven petal rose and two buds above a plain stem and conical foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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£250 - £350 90 An 18th Century baluster drinking glass circa 1725, the trumpet bowl above a plain stem with upper and medial knops, raised on a conical folded foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 89

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£700 - £900

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93 91 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1720, the thistle bowl above an eight sided Silesian stem with diamond shoulders, raised on a conical folded foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,200 92 An 18th Century light baluster drinking glass circa 1730, the funnel bowl with engraved border above a plain stem with two true baluster knops and a basal annular knop, raised on a conical folded foot, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

95 94 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1735, the thistle bowl above a composite stem with beaded knop between two further knops and a basal knop, raised on a domed foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 95 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, the bell bowl above a composite stem with medial and basal knop above a further beaded knop, raised on a domed foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£700 - £900

£500 - £700

93 An 18th Century baluster drinking glass circa 1730, the funnel bowl above a teared stem with upper annulated knop and annular basal knop, raised on a conical folded foot, height 12.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

96 An 18th Century heavy baluster sweetmeat glass circa 1730, the double ogee bowl with flared lip above a plain stem with medial annulated knop, raised on a domed foot, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£800 - £1,200

£1,000 - £1,500

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97 An 18th Century Newcastle light baluster drinking glass circa 1750, the round funnel bowl engraved with an armorial panel flanked by lions above a knopped stem with two beaded knops above two further teared knops, raised on conical foot, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED.

100 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1785, the ogee bowl engraved with a Chinoiserie scene above a diamond facet cut stem with medial eight sided knop, raised on a conical foot, height 14.5cm.

£1,200 - £1,500

101 An 18th Century sweetmeat glass circa 1720, double ogee bowl above a seven section bobbin stem, raised on a domed foot, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

98 An 18th Century Newcastle light baluster drinking glass circa 1740, the funnel bowl engraved with CONCORDIA above two birds on a bough above a plain stem with two upper knops and a bladed basal knop, raised on a conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,20099 A 18th Century drinking glass circa 1760, trumpet bowl above two bladed knops and a four sided Silesian stem with central tear, raised on a high conical foot, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

£300 - £500

£400 - £600 102 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, the heavy wrythen moulded cup bowl and short stem raised on a heavy conical foot height 9.5cm. £150 - £180 103 An 18th Century miniature cordial glass circa 1785, ogee bowl above a diamond facet cut stem with medial six sided knop, raised on a conical foot, height 9.5cm. £60 - £80

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104 An 18th Century miniature drinking glass circa 1785, ovoid bowl above a diamond facet cut stem and conical foot, height 8cm. £80 - £120 105 An 18th Century toasting glass circa 1750, the trumpet bowl above a plain slender stem and conical foot, height 20cm. £200 - £300 106 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the ogee bowl with engraved floral border above a short plain stem and firing foot, height 9.5cm. £120 - £150 107 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the ovoid bowl with engraved floral sprig above a plain stem and conical foot, height 11.5cm. £80 - £120

108 A large 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, the trumpet bowl with engraved shell and floral border with polished printie highlights, above a tear plain stem and conical folded foot, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED.

112 An 18th Century sweetmeat glass circa 1730, the pan top bowl with skirt base above two basal knops and a domed and folded foot, height 6.5cm.

£400 - £500

113 An 18th Century sweetmeat glass circa 1730, the flared honeycomb moulded bowl above an annulated knop, raised on a moulded and folded foot, height 6cm.

109 A large 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, the trumpet bowl above a plain stem and conical foot, height 25cm. £300 - £400 110 A late 18th Century cordial glass, the cup bowl above a slender plain stem and conical foot, height 12cm.

£300 - £400

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£200 - £300 114 An 18th Century dram glass circa 1740, with semi fluted ogee bowl above a short stem and trail moulded foot height 8.5cm. £80 - £120

£60 - £80 111 An 18th Century sweetmeat glass circa 1760, the pan top bowl above a loose multi series opaque twist with an opalescent finish, raised on a conical pinched foot, height 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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115 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1745, the ovoid bowl with faint fluted moulding above a plain stem and terraced foot, height 10cm. £80 - £120

116 An 18th Century sweetmeat glass circa 1730, the pan top with honeycomb moulded bowl above a multi knopped stem with two bladed, an annulated, a teared and a basal knop, raised on a moulded and folded foot, height 12.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700 117 An 18th Century twin handled loving cup circa 1780, the conical fluted bowl with two applied scroll kick handles above a bladed knop and conical foot, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400


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118 A large 18th Century glass ceremonial goblet circa 1735, the large round funnel bowl above a multi knopped stem with teared angular, beaded inverted baluster and basal knops, raised on a conical foot, height 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,200 119 A large 18th Century glass ceremonial goblet circa 1785, the funnel bowl engraved with a panel reading A TOKEN OF FRIENDSHIP with a further monogrammed panel to the opposing side, above a diamond facet stem and conical foot height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 120 A late Georgian glass rummer circa 1820, engraved with the Masonic crest for the Order of the Odd Fellows above a banner reading ‘FRIENDSHIP LOVE AND TRUTH’ with a panel reading ‘Loyal Earl of Lonsdale N.1736’ between thistles and roses above a slice cut base, raised on a knopped stem and radial star cut foot, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300

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121 A late Georgian Electioneering glass Sunderland rummer circa 1812, bucket bowl engraved with a panel reading ‘LAMBTON FOR EVER, SUNDERLAND BRIDGE’ with a three masted ship bearing a Union Jack below the Sunderland bridge with a horse drawn carriage, with a monogrammed panel to the opposing side between floral garlands, raised on an annulated knopped stem and 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. N.B. John Lambton was the first Earl of Durham and was elected to parliament for County Durham in the general election of 1812. £500 - £600 122 A late Georgian John Davenport Patent glass rummer circa 1810, bucket bowl acid etched with repeat chevron motifs above a double knopped stem and domed foot, acid patent mark, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 123 An 18th Century jelly glass circa 1760, ribbed bell bowl above a cog wheel foot, height 8.5cm.

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124 An 18th Century jelly glass circa 1760, ribbed bell bowl above a moulded helmet foot, height 10cm. £80 - £120

131 A late Georgian Bristol blue glass bowl circa 1810, honeycomb moulded ovoid bowl with applied opal rim, raised on a swept foot, diameter 11.5cm.

125 An 18th Century single handled jelly glass circa 1745, drawn wrythen fluted bowl with applied scroll kick handle, raised on a beaded knop and a moulded domed foot, height 12cm.

£180 - £200

£100 - £150

£180 - £220

126 An 18th Century jelly glass circa 1770, the pan top bowl with engraved Aesop’s Fable border above a annular knop and domed foot, height 10cm.

133 A group of three late Georgian spirit decanters comprising a plain Prussian form example, a similar decanter with cut decoration and a square from decanter, tallest 14.5cm. (3)

£100 - £150 127 An 18th Century jelly glass circa 1750, the bell bowl engraved with a fruiting vine border, above a beaded knop and domed foot, height 9cm. £100 - £150 128 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1780, funnel bowl engraved with Adams urn and garland border above a slice and notch cut stem and conical foot, height 12cm. £60 - £80 129 A late Georgian glass tumbler circa 1800, engraved with farming implements and a shield panel with a monogram to the opposing side, height 12.5cm.

132 A late Georgian amethyst glass bowl circa 1800, the ogee bowl with applied turquoise rim, raised on a swept foot, height 9cm.

138 A late Georgian glass tumbler circa 1810, engraved with a monogram between hops and barley with a bird to the opposing side, height 9cm, together with another example of plain form with intaglio decoration of a lion to the base, height 9cm. (2) £100 - £150

134 A late Georgian Irish glass carafe circa 1810, of Prussian form with a mitre and strawberry diamond cut band between slice cut borders below three applied rings to the neck, height 19.5cm. £150 - £250 135 A large pair of late Georgian Waterford glass decanters circa 1820, each with a central band of diamond and sunburst motif cutting between slice cut borders, rising to a triple annulated ring neck and radial cut mushroom stopper, height 25.5cm. (2) £200 - £300

130 A late 18th Century glass ale jug circa 1790, of shouldered form with flared neck and pinched spout with applied hollow blown scroll kick handle, height 18.5cm. £150 - £180

£150 - £200

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£120 - £180

£100 - £120

136 A pair of late Georgian Waterford glass decanters circa 1820, with cut central band of diamond and sunburst motif cutting between slice cut borders, rising to a triple annulated ring neck and radial cut mushroom stopper, height 21cm. (2)

£150 - £180

137 A group of three late Georgian Irish glass table salts circa 1810, of sleeve form with turnover rim atop radial plate stands, decorated with a band diamond cutting below a mitre cut border and matched stand, height 6.5cm. (3)

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139 A late Georgian John Davenport patent finger bowl circa 1811, with basal slice cutting below an acid etched panel with central liver bird, diameter 12.5cm, A/F, together with a matched glass with engraved liver bird panel, height 10cm. N.B. These were part of the Joyce Mountain collection. £80 - £120 140 A early 19th Century Historismus glass tumbler, enamelled with an armorial with a monogram to the opposing side, height 11.5cm. £60 - £80


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141 A late 18th Century Bohemian glass jug, of footed compressed globe and shaft form with applied handle, engraved with figural and floral decoration, height 20.5cm. £200 - £300 142 An early 18th Century olive green glass wine bottle of mallet form, the wide tapering body rising to a slender tapering stem with applied lip and an applied ‘Oxenham 1731’ seal to the body, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,200 143 A late Georgian Taper form decanter with basal cutting below a diamond band, slice cut shoulder and two ring neck below a target form stopper, height 28cm, together with two similar examples and a later fluted body globe and shaft with notch cut decoration. (4) £80 - £120 144 A mid 18th Century clear crystal tumbler of flared cylindrical form, diamond point etched with a pastoral scene with two cows to a landscape with tree opposing, signed within the trunk of the tree ‘BUSCH FECIT 1745’, height 7cm. N.B. - The signature could relate to the etcher Canon August Otto Ernst von dem Busch, born 1704 died 1779, who was a diamond point engraver known predominantly for his work at Meissen. £80 - £120

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145 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1750, bell bowl above multi series air twist stem with four knops, raised on a conical foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

147 An 18th Century sweetmeat glass circa 1760, multi series opaque twist dentated double ogee bowl and inverted baluster stem, raised on a domed foot height 6.5cm, S/D

£250 - £350

£50 - £80

146 An 18th Century glass candlestick circa 1745, sleeve form sconce above beaded knop between collars over an eight sided Silesian stem with diamonds to base and a further beaded knop between collars, raised on a terraced foot, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

148 An early 18th Century drinking glass, funnel bowl above bladed, winged propeller and annular knops, raised on a domed and folded foot, height 9.5cm. £300 - £500

149 A late 18th Century Nailsea glass vase of footed baluster form with pulled opal trails and applied opal rim and foot, height 8cm. £150 - £200 150 An early 19th Century Nailsea miniature glass jug with applied scroll kick handle, decorated with a wrythen opal trail to the pale green ground, height 6.5cm. £150 - £200

£800 - £1,200

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151-178 19th Century Continental

151 A late 19th Century Harrach cameo glass pot pourri of ovoid form with pierced gilt metal fitting with floral decoration, the body cased in ruby over a citron rose and acorn air trap ground, cut with flowering branches detailed in gilt, numbered to base, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2,000 - £3,000 152 A late 19th Century Bohemian glass beer stein, the scalloped foot rising to a sleeve form body with repeat mitre sand printie cut panels, the applied handle with pewter mounts and relief moulded lid depicting two eagles in a frosted finish, height 25.5cm. £60 - £80 153 A late 19th Century Moser glass vase of sleeve form with a dripped wax border raised on three lizard form feet, enamelled and gilt with ferns and insects to a pale amber ground, height 25cm. S/D £100 - £150 154 A large pair of late 19th Century Baccarat opaline glass vases of footed baluster form, enamelled with floral bunches of roses, lilies and gerberas all below an applied green alabaster rim, height 30cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 155 A 19th Century French drinking glass circa 1860, the ovoid bowl with deep diamond moulding above a double colour twist stem in pale pink and pale blue above a circular spread foot, possibly Baccarat, height 19cm. £150 - £200

151 156 An early 19th Century Russian Imperial goblet circa 1820 from the Tzar’s Country Service manufactured at the Royal Glassworks in St Petersberg, the deep bucket bowl deep cut and polished with repeat bands of stylised leaves and strawberry diamond pattern over a slice stem and circular spread foot with petal edge and radial cut star, height 14cm. £500 - £800

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157 A pair of mid 19th Century Italian Salviati decanters of footed compressed globe and shaft form below compressed circular stoppers, decorated with central applied prunts with relief moulded lions and applied rigger work trailing to a pale green ground with aventurine highlights, height 35cm

158 A late 19th Century Moser glass liqueur decanter, the circular foot rising to a swollen faceted stem below a conical body with applied handle and mushroom form stopper, the body cased in green over clear cut with leaves in relief surrounded with engraved and gilt poppies, height 37cm. S/D

£150 - £200

£200 - £300


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159 A late 19th Century Baccarat glass decanter of tapering form with spire stopper, cased in ruby over clear crystal and the whole body heavily diamond cut, height 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 160 A large mid 19th Century Bohemian glass ceremonial cup and cover, the circular foot rising to a faceted and knopped stem below a flared faceted bowl and domed cover, profusely engraved with birds and floral bunches below a repeat geometric border, height 44cm. ILLUSTRATED.

161 A early 19th Century Bohemian glass tumbler of flared form with basal slice cutting below an engraved floral band between repeat line borders, height 12cm. £50 - £80 162 A pair of late 19th Century Pauly and Cia Compagnia Di Venezia e Murano wine glasses circa 1890, the spread foot rising to a hollow tapering stem and conical bowl, engraved with seahorses and floral bunches to a pale olive ground, acid marked, height 17cm. (2)

163 A late 19th Century Bohemian Masonic glass, the conical faceted foot rising to a conical bowl, enamelled and gilded with Masonic emblems and engraved with dates and a name, height 14.5cm. £150 - £200 164 An early 19th Century Bohemian glass tumbler, engraved with a scene depicting a sailing ships, dogs and birds all above a thumbprint moulded base, height 13cm. £80 - £120

£150 - £200

£600 - £800

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174 A 19th Century Clichy glass vase with scalloped foot below a faceted shouldered form body and flared neck with scallop edge rim, decorated opal, pink and blue wrythen canes cased in clear crystal over an opal interior, height 19cm.

165 A late 19th Century Bohemian uranium glass scent bottle of squat globe and shaft form below a facete spire stopper, decorated with printie cutting over a moulded base, height 17cm. £40 - £60

£100 - £150

166 A late 19th Century J and L Lobmeyr clear crystal glass water jug from Service 173, of tapering faceted form with applied annular ring to the neck and angular handle, engraved with band of rococo motifs, engraved mark to base of handle, height 28cm.

175 A pair of late 19th Century Bohemian glass vases of footed facet sleeve form, engraved with stags amongst woodland, height 23cm. (2) £100 - £150 176 A late 19th Century Continental posy vase, possibly Harrach, of footed ovoid form with a crimped and folded rim, cased in a graduated pink to pale yellow over a blue interior, hand enamelled and gilded with a butterfly over flowering boughs, enamel numerical mark to the base, height 14cm.

£150 - £200 167 A late 19th Century French glass vase of footed shouldered form, decorated with a relief enamelled exotic bird amongst branches in blue and opal to a clear crystal ground, unmarked, height 28cm. £100 - £150 168 A late 19th Century Harrach glass vase of amphora form with three applied handles, enamelled with panels of seaweed on a clear crystal crackled ground, height 18.5cm. £60 - £80 169 A late 19th Century French glass vase of baluster form, enamelled and gilt with a chinoiserie scene to an opal ground, height 25cm. £100 - £150 170 A late 19th Century Bohemian glass vase possibly by Moser, of tapered sleeve form raised on a knopped stem and conical foot, decorated with a lattice pattern in enamel with beaded enamel and gilt borders, unmarked, height 32.5cm.

£60 - £80

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171 A late 19th Century Fritz Heckert glass vase of compressed form with flared neck with two applied fluted scrolling handles raised on a domed foot, decorated with a bird amongst flowering branches in enamel below a gilt band engraved with roses all to a pale amber ground, enamelled mark, height 31.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

£80 - £120

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172 A late 19th Century Continental night light shade in the form of a stylised flower with hot worked petals, mounted to a pressed flint glass base with petal edge detail. £40 - £60 173 A late 19th Century pressed glass Fairy Night Light with a blue strawberry diamond moulded dome raised to a pressed flint glass base with fluted cup, hobnail pattern stem and square base with matched hobnail design, together with two similar examples, height 21cm. (3) £60 - £90

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177 A late 19th Century French crystal glass vase Vedouz of fluted ovoid form with flared neck and two applied finger loop handles, enamel decorated with a band of cranes, enamel signature, height 22cm. £200 - £300 178 A late 19th Century Loetz Carneol glass vase of square dimpled form decorated with gilt borders over a red and opal marbled ground, height 18cm, together with an Onyx example of drawn ovoid form with flared neck decorated with an enamelled geometric border to the rim over a ochre and red marbled ground, height 22.5cm. (2) £60 - £80


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180 179 A 1930s Art Deco Sowerby pink pressed glass frog centrepiece modelled as a nude female sat upon a pedestal draped in robes, pattern 2565, height 17cm together with a pink moulded glass bowl (2) £30 - £50

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180 A late 19th Century Burtles, Tate and Co pressed glass table salt circa 1886, in the form of an elephant with a howdah on its back in rose opalescence, together with a matched example in white opalescence, moulded registration marks, width 11.5cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

183 A late 19th Century pressed glass Cleopatra’s Needle possibly by Henry Greener, the square tapered form raised on a circular base with relief moulded hieroglyphs to a white ground, unmarked, height 21.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£600 - £800

184 A late 19th Century Molineaux, Webb and Co novelty pressed glass flower trough in the form of a pike with graduated opalescent finish, relief moulded registration number to the base, length 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

181 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass miniature tea caddy in the Aesthetic taste of tapered rectangular form with swept cover and integral handle all raised on four swept feet, decorated with relief moulded scrolling patterns, diamond registration mark for 10th March 1879, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£40 - £60

£80 - £120

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£80 - £120 182 A late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass Britannia figure in the form of a robed female figure with plumed helmet and Union Jack flag shield atop a circular fluted base in uranium green, diamond registration and factory mark, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 182

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185 A pair of Sowerby pressed glass troughs each of elliptical form with a lake scene with bulrush and lily pads between a relief moulded swan to each end, moulded mark, length 13cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

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187 A mirrored pair of late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass hand vases, each with a relief moulded hand atop a conical base, diamond registration mark for 11th May 1872, height 20.5cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

186 A late 19th Century Henry Greener pressed glass commemorative plate, the border reading ‘PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES, SILVER WEDDING’ surrounding a central fleur de lys all to a pale green ground, two moulded registration marks, boxed, diameter, 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300 188 A pair of late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass Punch and Judy figures, each seated cross legged on a chair atop a circular base to flint ground, together with another Judy example in uranium green, moulded marks, height 17cm. (3). ILLUSTRATED.

N.B. According to Pressed Glass Commemorative compiled by Vivien Walker and Susan Bliss there were only twelve of these plates, which were commissioned by the Emperor of China. 186

£150 - £200

£120 - £180

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189 189 A pair of late 19th Century Molineaux, Webb and Co pressed glass figures each in the form of an Egyptian Sphinx in matte 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, one A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 190 A late 19th Century Burtles, Tate and Co pressed glass posy vase in the form of a swan in rose opalescence, moulded registration mark, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

191 A group of three late 19th Century Burtles, Tate and Co glass posy vases each in the form of a swan comprising two in a straw opalescence and one flint example, together with a similar style example in green, tallest 10cm. (4)

194 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass posy trough in the Old King Cole pattern with relief moulded figures to a milk white ground, together with another example with a Walter Crane design, moulded marks, height 8.5cm. (2)

£80 - £120

£50 - £80

192 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass square vase decorated in relief with witches and the nursery rhyme character Cross Patch, height 8.5cm, together with another example in turquoise depicting Jack and Jill, moulded mark, height 9cm. (2)

195 A group of late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass posy troughs each with a Walter Crane design depicting Oranges and Lemons, comprising a pair in purple malachite and a pair in flint, moulded marks, width 11cm. (4)

£50 - £80

196 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass twin posy trough with two curved sections between twin handles, decorated with figural panels, together another example depicting Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy and Bess to a black ground, moulded marks, widest 16cm. (2)

193 A late 19th Century Sowerby Aesthetic green pressed glass vase of sleeve form with relief moulded swans and bulrush, together with another example in purple malachite with a diamond registration and factory mark, height 10cm. (2) £100 - £150

£60 - £80

£80 - £120

197 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vase of tapering form decorated with a repeat leaf pattern between chequered borders to a turquoise ground, height 11.5cm, together with another example with a basket weave base and castellated rim, moulded marks, height 10cm. (2) £50 - £80 198 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vase of tapering form with relief moulded basket detail and handles all to a turquoise ground, height 14.5cm, together with a pair of smaller examples, moulded marks, height 8cm. (3) £50 - £80 199 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vase of tapering form with relief moulded basket detail and handles all to a milk white ground, height 14.5cm, together with a pair of smaller examples, moulded marks, height 8cm. (3) £50 - £80

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200 A group of three Sowerby pressed glass vases of footed square form each with a Walter Crane design depicting the Good Shepherd, comprising a pair in black and a milk white example, moulded marks, height 10cm. (3). £60 - £90 201 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vases of hexagonal globe and shaft form with relief moulded flowers to a green malachite ground, together with another example in black, moulded marks, height 10cm. (3) £60 - £80 202 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vases of hexagonal globe and shaft form with relief moulded flowers to a milk white ground, together with another example in turquoise and a similar style vase with moulded scroll decoration, moulded marks, height 10cm. (4) £60 - £80 203 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vase of triangular form on pillared legs in purple malachite, together with a similar example of diamond sleeve form in green malachite, moulded marks, height 9cm. (2) £50 - £80 204 A late 19th Century Davidson pressed glass vase in the form of a bugle atop a circular base in purple malachite, height 14cm. £40 - £60

210 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby Blanc de Lait pressed glass salts of elliptical form between two pierced handles with relief moulded foliate decoration in an opalescent finish, moulded marks, length 12.5cm, together with a similar smaller example, length 8cm. (3)

214 A late 19th Century Davidson blue malachite pressed celery vase with relief moulded scrolls and geometric border, together with another example with floral swag decoration in purple malachite and a pair of cornucopia forms in purple malachite, tallest 18.5cm. (4)

£60 - £80

£80 - £120

206 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vase of compressed form with two integral handles in purple malachite, together with another example with wrythen moulded decoration and a Davidson tot glass in the form of a thimble, height 6.5cm. (3)

211 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby Blanc de Lait pressed glass comprising a posy vase of rectangular form with integral handles, a table salt with moulded pillar decoration and two similar twin handled examples, all in an opalescent finish, moulded marks, widest 10cm. (4)

215 A pair of late 19th Century Edward Moore pressed glass Chained Swan vases, each with three relief moulded birds in milk white together with another example in dark malachite, height 17.5cm. (3)

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

207 A group of late 19th Century W.H. Heppel pressed jugs each in the from of open mouthed fish comprising three milk white examples and a purple malachite example, moulded marks, tallest 18cm. (4)

212 A pair of late 19th Century pressed glass obelisks of stepped form with relief moulded fluted decoration to a purple malachite ground, together with another example in blue malachite, height 20cm. (3)

£50 - £80

£60 - £80

208 A group of late 19th Century W.H. Heppel milk white pressed glass comprising a butter dish and cover, a sugar bowl and cream jug, each with relief moulded shell decoration, moulded marks, tallest 10cm. (3)

213 A late 19th Century Davidson black pressed glass celery vase with relief moulded scrolls and geometric border, together with a pair raised on lion form feet and a pair in turquoise with relief moulded swag decoration, tallest 19.5cm. (5)

205 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass posy vase in the form of a cauldron in blue malachite, together with another example of sleeve form with three handles to the body in purple malachite and a basket with moulded decoration in green malachite, moulded marks, tallest 7cm. (3) £60 - £80

£40 - £60 209 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby Blanc de Lait pressed glass salts, each of twin handled form raised on four feet, decorated with a border of relief moulded peacocks in an opalescent finish, moulded marks, height 5cm. (2) £50 - £80

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£80 - £120

£80 - £120 216 A group of late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass celery vases, each with relief moulded floral swags, comprising a gloss black, matte black and a pair of frosted flint examples, moulded marks, height 14.5cm. (4) £80 - £120 217 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby glass posy vases, each with wrythen moulded decoration to a black ground, together with a similar smaller example and a vase of square form with relief moulded bees on a matte black ground, moulded marks, tallest 9cm. (4) £50 - £80 218 A late 19th Century Burtles, Tate and Co opalescent pressed glass posy vase in the form of a swan, together with another smaller example in a straw opalescence, and a Joseph Webb example in a frosted flint finish, tallest 12.5cm.(3) £50 - £80


19th Century Pressed

219 A late 19th Century W.H. Heppel purple malachite pressed glass posy trough in the form of a colliery cart, together with a similar example in flint, widest 16cm. (2) £60 - £80 220 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass bowl in the Aesthetic taste, with relief moulded flowering blossom decoration, moulded marks, diameter 22cm. £80 - £120 221 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens purple malachite glass bowl in the Aesthetic taste, with relief moulded scrolling motif decoration, moulded marks, length 22cm.

225 A pair of late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass paperweights, each in the form of a recumbent dog on an oval pleated base to a flint ground, together with a pair of smaller example with recumbent lions, widest 18cm. (4)

227 A group of three late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass candlesticks of Corinthian column form, together with a pair in milk white, moulded factory and retailer mark, height 26cm. (5)

£60 - £80 226 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby purple malachite pressed glass bellows, each with a relief moulded scene of Little Jack Horner, height 13cm.

228 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby black pressed glass candlesticks, with square bases and slender columns, together with a larger pair in flint with relief moulded classical decoration, height 26.5cm. (4)

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

£100 - £150

229 A pair of late 19th Century Baccarat pressed glass candlestick, the columns in the form of a lady and gentleman in a frosted flint finish, height 25cm. (2) £80 - £120 230 A pair of late 19th Century Davidson purple malachite pressed glass candlesticks, each with three stylised fish supports below a faceted column, height 17.5cm. (2) £40 - £60

£60 - £80 222 A late 19th Century John Derbyshire uranium green pressed glass paperweight in the form of a recumbent lion raised on an oval fluted base, moulded marks, length 18.5cm. £80 - £120 223 A late 19th Century black pressed two compartment tea caddy in the Aesthetic taste, of rectangular form with relief moulded foliate decoration, width 18cm. £80 - £120 224 A late 19th Century John Derbyshire frosted flint pressed glass paperweight, in the form of a recumbent lion raised on an oval fluted base, moulded marks, length 18.5cm. £50 - £80

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231 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge three branch posy vases, the three branches supported by a central rustic form stem all in a straw opalescent finish, height 24.5cm. (2) £120 - £180

232 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons four branch candelabra by Jules Barbe, the circular foot rising to a swollen stem terminating in a two part globular join with three swept branches with ovoid sconces surrounding a central straight branch, decorated with branching foliage and butterflies in relief paste gold and silver gilt over an ivory ground, unmarked, height 38.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

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233 A Thomas Webb and Sons Aesthetic padded cameo crystal decanter, pattern W2610, circa 1891. The dimpled globe and shaft form body with applied coloured dabs then acid etched and carved to show a blue butterfly, opal and green berries and ruby wild rose sprays on crystal cameo leaf and thorn stems, the flint ground with panels of various acid etched and cut abstract patterns, the circular foot with an acid etched lunette border and with acid Webb marked to the base. The hollow blown stopper of dimpled square form decorated in the conforming pattern with ruby fuchsias and green leaves, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. N.B. Original pattern W2610 as shown has a note ‘’Mr C.W (Charles Webb) requested me to make more of colour as they came out good. (statement initialed)’’ and has Costs for Woodall vr/- (42/-) and Sale nv/- (84/-). £15,000 - £20,000

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234 234 A late 19th Century Stourbridge table centre epergne, possibly Thomas Webb and Sons, fluted circular mirror base rising to a central metal gallery holding a central posy vase of fluted ovoid form with crystal cameo over a graduated ruby to clear with a butterfly amongst flowering boughs surrounded by three smaller posy vases all with matched decoration, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 235 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Bronze ware bowl of circular form with folded rim decorated with applied clear crystal lizards and raised to four rustic form feet, width 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 236 A late 19th Century Stevens and Williams Osiris glass vase of footed ovoid form below a flared and crimped rim, decorated with twisted amethyst pulled threading over a pale peach ground and pale blue interior, acid marked PATENT, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED.

235 237 A late 19th Century Stourbridge cameo glass blank vase possibly by Thomas Webb and Sons, of footed shouldered form below a flared neck, cased in opal over citron, unmarked, height 26cm.

240 A late 19th Century rose alabaster vase of shouldered ovoid form with a collar rim, decorated with applied opal scroll handles and a matched circular domed foot, height 17cm.

£100 - £150

£50 - £80

238 A late Georgian three bottle decanter stand circa 1820, the papier mache stand with brass feet, supports and handle, mounted with three Bristol blue decanters with lozenge stoppers gilt decorated with labels for Hollands, Rum and Brandy, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

241 A late 19th Century Stevens and Williams glass posy vase of globular form with a wave and tight frill rim in pale blue, decorated in the Raindrop Jewelled pattern with repeat spots over the threaded air trap ground, engraved registration mark Rd 81051, height 6cm.

236 242 A group of five late 19th Century Stevens and Williams glass jewelled posy vases of globular form, each decorated with vertical bands of air bubbles, comprising a blue, olive, citron, peach and ruby, engraved registration mark Rd 55693, height 5.5cm. (5) £120 - £150 243 A mid 19th Century clear crystal carafe circa 1850 of slice cut shouldered form with collar neck, engraved for the Royal Yacht Osborne with the Prince of Wales feathers above a crest with anchor to the centre, height 15cm.

£50 - £80

£250 - £350

£400 - £600 239 A mid 19th Century Waterford crystal glass bowl, the square foot rising to a faceted knopped stem rising to a wide hobnail cut bowl with strawberry diamond cut upper border and notch cut rim, diameter 32cm. £100 - £150

£150 - £250

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244 A mid 19th Century glass bellied carafe, the circular foot rising to an asymmetric globular body and waisted neck with loop handle, engraved with flowering convolvulus entwined with printie cut swags surrounding a central monogram with polished printie highlights, height 23.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

246 A 19th Century Richardsons Classic Revival crystal glass claret jug of footed drawn globe and shaft from with applied hollow blown loop handle below a wide rim and spire stopper, acid etched and engraved with anthemion motifs with Greek key borders, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£300 - £500

£300 - £500

245 A large late 19th Century Stevens and Williams Verre de Soie crystal glass decanter, of footed compressed globe and shaft form rising to a ball stopper, decorated with spiral air trap lines and applied beaded band to the neck, height 31cm.

247 A late 19th Century crystal glass decanter designed by Dr Christopher Dresser of drawn fluted ovoid form below a sleeve form neck and applied hollow blow loop handle with applied Hukin and Heath silver plated mounts, registration mark to collar Rd No 493781, height 21cm.

£200 - £300

£150 - £200

254 249 A large 19th Century glass pestle in bottle green, length 57cm, together with a draughtsman’s rolling rule in clear, length 40cm. (2) £100 - £120 250 A large late 19th Century ruby glass epergne of faceted trumpet form raised on a gilt metal base with shaped base and leaf decoration, height 43.5cm. £150 - £200 251 A 19th Century glass linen smoother with a bobbin stem above a domed base, height 12cm. £50 - £80

248 A late 19th Century crystal glass decanter designed by Dr Christopher Dresser of tapered bottle form with applied silver plated mounts and chain pull opening cap, height 26.5cm.

252 A 19th Century Richardsons Old English glass paperweight inkwell of domed form, decorate with radial millefiori canes in blue, green opal and red, rising to a paperweight stopper in the conforming pattern, height 14cm.

£150 - £200

£200 - £230

253 A late 19th Century Stourbridge three bottle glass decanter stand, each decanter of slender bottle form cased in green over clear crystal and decorated with slice cutting to the base and neck, supported by a plated stand with spade feet below a trefoil base decorated with a scrolled frieze all below a central squared handle, height 40.5cm. £200 - £300 254 A large mid 19th Century Waterford crystal glass bowl circa 1850, of elliptical form with a radial star cut base rising to a band of strawberry hobnail cutting and a castellated border of mitre cut fan motifs, length 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £600

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260 255 A late 19th Century crystal glass decanter of globe and shaft form with hollow blown ball stopper, decorated with an engraved foliate band surrounding a central cartouche panel with a bird perched on a crown within a border reading VIRTUE, all below a facet cut neck, height 27cm. £120 - £150 256 A mid 19th Century Richardsons glass water jug circa 1850 of footed drawn ovoid form with trefoil rim and applied twisted handle, acid etched with frosted leaves to the base height 26.5cm, together with three matched glasses with waisted facet stems in the conforming pattern, height 17.5cm. (4) £200 - £300 257 A large 19th Century glass frigger in the form of a twisted shepherds crook in pale green, length 129cm. £80 - £120 258 A 19th Century graduated set of three glass whisky measures of fluted globe and shaft form, tallest 11.5cm.

259 An early 19th Century glass tumbler circa 1830, engraved with a hunting scene, height 9cm, together with another example with engraved monogram around floral garlands, height 9.5cm. (2) £100 - £150 260 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass epergne with a frill rim bowl rising to a central frill rim posy trumpet with three smaller matched trumpets around, all detailed with wrythen spiralled opalescence, height 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 261 A late 19th Century Goldsmiths and Silversmiths table centre epergne of fluted form with relief scroll work and foliate detail below a central silver plated stand fitted with three later married clear crystal leaves around a central continental opalescent to ruby posy trumpet, stamped marks, height 41cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

£80 - £120

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262 A large late 19th Century epergne with a deep frill rim bowl rising to a married central posy trumpet surrounded by three side trumpets, three scroll work canes and three hanging baskets all with applied green trim and graduated opalescence, height 57cm.

265 A large late 19th Century Stourbridge ruby glass epergne with a deep frill rim bowl rising to a tall central trumpet with applied clear crystal trail, two lower matched trumpets, two clear crystal twist canes and two hanging baskets, height 54cm.

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

263 A large late 19th Century epergne with a deep frill rim bowl rising to a central posy trumpet with sheered and crimped rim and applied decoration surrounded by side trumpets, three scroll work canes and three hanging baskets all graduated ruby to clear opalescence, height 55cm. ILLUSTRATED.

266 A late 19th Century Stourbridge ruby glass epergne with a deep frill rim bowl rising to a tall central trumpet with applied clear crystal trail and surrounded by three lower matched trumpets, height 50cm.

£120 - £180 264 A late 19th Century Stourbridge ruby glass epergne with a deep frill rim bowl rising to a tall central trumpet with applied clear crystal trim, surrounded by three lower matched trumpets, height 50cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£100 - £150 267 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass epergne with a deep frill rim bowl rising to a central slender trumpet with applied frill two smaller single trumpets and two further trumpets on side arms all with a graduated green opalescence, height 51cm. £120 - £150


19th Century British

268 A late 19th Century silver plated posy stand made by Mark Willis and Sons of circular form with domed base and open work scroll arms holding a wrythen fluted posy with applied citron frill rim over the graduated cranberry ground, height 31cm. £40 - £60 269 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror of shaped oval outline with reverse cut stars and bevelled edge, mounted with a clear crystal posy on arched arm, decorated with self colour threading and frill rim. £50 - £80 270 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror with oval bevelled edge mirror mounted with a clear crystal rustic form arm holding a cranberry glass posy basket with clear crystal loop. £40 - £60

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271 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror with oval bevelled edge mirror with a border of printie cuts mounted with a clear crystal scroll arm holding a cranberry glass posy basket with clear crystal trim. £40 - £60 272 A large late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror with oval bevelled edge mirror with a border of printie cuts mounted with a brass mount holding three cranberry glass posy baskets with clear crystal trim. £80 - £120 273 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass epergne, the brass mounted tight frill rim bowl fitted with a tall central frill rim trumpet and applied clear crystal trailing, four composed side trumpets all with graduated cranberry to clear opalescence, height 50cm. £80 - £120

274 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass epergne with a tight frill rim bowl with brass mounts fitted with a tall central trumpet with frill rim and applied clear crystal trailing flanked by matched trumpets all with graduated cranberry to clear opalescence, height 55cm. £80 - £120 275 A late 19th Century table centre with cast metal base modelled with a putting above a rococo scroll base below a Stourbridge glass bowl with frill rim below a shallow posy trumpet all in a graduated straw opalescence, height 45cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 276 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vase of trumpet form with frill rim and applied self colour trailing over the graduated straw opalescent ground, mounted to a white metal stand with floral detail, height 30cm, together with a similar larger example in cranberry. (2)

277 A large late 19th Century Stourbridge glass epergne with a frill rim bowl rising to a brass collar with central tall frill rim trumpet with applied self colour trailing, three matched low side trumpets, three scroll arms and three hanging baskets all with green and graduated straw opalescence, height 51cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 278 A late 19th Century table centre with a cast metsal base decorated with a pair of swans each supporting a shallow circular bowl with diamond moulding and graduated ruby to citron opalescence either side of a central column with upper matched bowl and shallow posy trumpet, height 48cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£40 - £60

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279 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass epergne with a shallow frill rim bowl rising to a brass collar with tall central frill rim trumpet and three matched lower arched trumpets all in a graduated straw opalescence, height 44cm. £80 - £120 280 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy trumpet with a wrythen fluted body with frill rim and graduated green to clear opalescence, mounted to a silver plated base with stiff leaves and rococo scrolls, height 48cm. £40 - £60 281 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror with oval bevelled edged mirror with notch cut border mounted with a brass collar supporting a pair of posy vases with wrythen foluted bodies and roll rim in a graduated green to clear. £60 - £80 282 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror with a red velvet mounted oval mirror with printie cut border mounted with a stiff leave metal collar and cranberry posy with applied clear crystal trim. £40 - £60 283 A large late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror of shield shape mounted to red damask pad, reverse cut with birds to a landscape setting and mountd with a single posy vase with frill rim and graduated green to clear opalescence.

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284 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass girondal wall mirror with a bevelled edge shield shape mirror mounted with a single ruby posy vase with applied clear crystal trim. £40 - £60 285 A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Queens Burmese Fairy Night Light dome, hand enamelled with flowering boughs over the graduated pink to yellow ground, complete with a Clarkes Patent pressed flint glass base, height 13cm, together with a similar Pyramid size example hand enamelled with maple boughs, both S/D. (2) £100 - £150

£100 - £150

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286 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge Pyramid night lights possibly by Thomas Webbs with quilted satin domes cased in ruby over opal, raised to a pressed flint glass base with upper cup, facet stem and square base with hobnail pattern, height 21cm. (2) £100 - £150 287 A pair of late 19th Century pressed glass Pyramid night lights with pale blue domes in a strawberry diamond pattern, raised to a pressed flint glass base with upper cup, facet stem and square base with hobnail pattern, height 21cm. (2) £60 - £80

288 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Queens Burmese Pyramid night lights in a graduated pale pink to yellow, raised to a pressed flint glass base with upper cup, facet and diamond stem and circular base with matched pattern, height 27cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 289 A late 19th Century Stourbridge Fairy Night Light with a pale blue dome decorated with fine white pulled thread, raised to a Clarkes Patent pressed flint glass stand mounted to a clear crystal base with three rope twist arms above a ball knop and domed foot, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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299 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass Fairy Night Light shade of cylindrical form with upper frill rim, acid cut with flowers and foliage over a graduated ruby to clear ground, raised to a pressed flint glass stand with upper cup, facet stem and square base with Hobnail diamond pattern, height 31.5cm. £80 - £120

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290 A late 19th Century Stourbridge Fairy Night Light with a ruby dome decorated with fine white pulled thread, raised to a Clarkes Patent pressed flint glass stand with skirted dish form base with a vertical fluted pattern, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

293 A late 19th Century Stourbridge Fairy Night Light with a quilted satin air trap dome in pale blue over opal, raised to a Clarkes Patent pressed flint glass stand with skirted dish form base with a diamond mould pattern, height 13cm.

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

291 A late 19th Century Stourbridge Fairy Night Light with a pale blue dome decorated with fine white pulled thread, raised to a Clarkes Patent pressed flint glass stand with skirted dish form base with a diamond mould pattern, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

294 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Queens Burmese Fairy Night Light in a graduated pale pink to yellow, raised to a pressed flint glass Clarkes Patent base mounted to a pressed flint glass candlestick base, height 31cm.

£100 - £150 292 A late 19th Century Stourbridge Fairy Night Light with a citron dome decorated with fine white pulled thread, raised to a Clarkes Patent pressed flint glass stand with skirted dish form base with a vertical fluted pattern, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£100 - £150 295 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge Pyramid night lights possibly by Thomas Webbs with quilted satin domes cased in pale blue over opal, raised to a pressed flint glass base with upper cup, facet stem and square base with hobnail pattern, height 21cm. (2) £100 - £150

296 A pair of late 19th Century pressed flint glass Fairy Night Light domes with a strawberry diamond pattern with matched Clarkes Patent base, mounted to a pair of early 19th Century brass candlesticks, height 26cm. (2) £100 - £150 297 A late 19th Century pressed glass Fairy Night Light shade in the form of a crown in deep blue with applied clear crystal frit to the surface, mounted to a pressed flint glass Clarkes Patent Fairy Night Light base, height 10cm, together with a matched example in opal. (2) £80 - £120 298 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Queens Burmese Pyramid night light in a graduated pale pink to yellow, raised to a pressed flint glass Clarkes Patent Pyramid base, height 10cm. £200 - £300

300 A pair of late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Queens Burmese Fairy Night Lights in a graduated pale pink to yellow, raised to a pressed flint glass candlestick bases with fluted sconce, stem and petal edged foot, height 32cm. (2) £200 - £300 301 A late 19th Century Stourbridge Fairy Night Light quilted satin air trap dome with frill rim, cased in ruby over opal with a pressed flint glass Clarkes Patent Night Light base, mounted to a clear crystal base with incised stem and domed fluted foot, height 39cm. £120 - £150 302 A set of four late 19th Century pressed flint glass Fairy Night Lights with strawberry diamond pattern, mounted to a Clarkes Patent Fairy Night Light base, height 12cm. (4) £80 - £120 303 A set of four late 19th Century pressed flint glass Pyramid Night Lights with strawberry diamond pattern, mounted to a Clarkes Patent Pyramid Night Light base, height 12cm. (4) £60 - £80

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312 A pair of late 19th Century glass vases in the manner of James Powell and Son Whitefriars, of footed form rising to a slender knopped stem and conical bowl with crimped rim all in a graduated straw opalescent finish, height 16cm. (2)

310 A late 19th Century Stevens and Williams clear crystal glass vase of footed compressed globe and shaft form, decorated in the Verre de Soie style with with wrythen air trap columns, unmarked, height 17cm. £80 - £120

313 304 A late 19th Century night light shade modelled as a Tulip flower in pale blue opal glass, mounted to a pressed flint glass base with upper sconce, diamond moulded stem and fluted square base, height 24cm. £40 - £60

307 A late 19th Century Continental pressed glass night light shade in the form of an owl with enamelled detail to the eyes, mounted to a pressed flint Clarkes Patent Fairy Night Light base, height 10cm.

311 A 19th Century drinking glass glass with bucket bowl raised on a faceted stem conical foot, engraved with an Eastern style armoured soldier bearing a scimitar between griffin heads and engraved monogram, height 14.5cm, together with a wine with a verse and monogram engraved with fruiting vine panels, height 13cm, and a waisted tumbler with engraved fish swimming amongst reeds, height 9.5cm. (3)

£80 - £120 313 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons miniature cameo glass vase of squat form cased in opal over pink, cut with a flowering bough with a butterfly to the opposing side, height 4.8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 314 A late 19th Century Stevens and Williams Osiris glass vase of shouldered form with collar neck, decorated with wrythen peach pull up columns over a pale blue ground and pale yellow interior, acid marked PATENT, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£80 - £120

305 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass Fairy Night Light dome in quilted pale green, mounted to a pressed flint glass Clarkes Patent Fairy Night Light base, height 11cm, together with a similar example in pressed blue opaline shade. (2)

308 A late 19th Century pressed glass night light with a pale blue dome with strawberry diamond moulding raised to matched footed base, height 13cm, together with a further example modelled as stylised flames with applied clear crystal frit over the graduated ruby to clear ground. (2)

£60 - £80

£50 - £80

306 A late 19th Century Stourbridge Fairy Night Light dome with quilted diamond pattern picked out with a graduated opalescence, mounted to a pressed flint Clarkes Patent Fairy Night Light base, height 12cm.

309 A parcel collection of assorted Fairy and Pyramid Night Light spare parts to include stick stand bases, Clarkes Patent bases and internal candle holders. (qty)

£300 - £500

£100 - £150

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315 A late 19th Century Stevens and Williams Verre De Soie glass vase of low shouldered form with tapering neck and flared rim, cased in graduated ruby to orange and decorated with spiral air trap lines over an opal interior, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

316 A large late 19th Century Stevens and Williams Rockingham crystal glass bottle vase of footed and fluted form cased in clear crystal over a deep magenta ground with internal gold aventurine flecked decoration, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. N.B. This piece was previously in the Cyril Manley collection and comes with a copy of Decorative Victorian Glass. £250 - £350

317 A large late 19th Century Stevens and Williams crystal glass water jug of compressed globe and shaft form with applied fluted handle, decorated with applied threading over a fluted ground, height 18.5cm.

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£80 - £120

318 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Queens Burmese Fairy Pyramid Night Light with a graduated pale pink to pale yellow dome mounted with a matched dish form base with clear glass Clarkes patent candle holder.

320 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy ewers of footed shouldered ovoid form with collar necks, heart shaped rims and applied loop handles, decorated with ruby trailing over a graduated straw opalescent ground, height 18cm. (2)

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

322 A late 19th Century Stourbridge clear crystal carafe of footed shouldered ovoid form with collar neck and triform rim, engraved in the manner of Joseph Keller with fish swimming amongst reeds, height 19cm, together with a similar period water jug of footed, tapered form with foliate engraved decoration. (2) £80 - £120

319 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Queens Burmese posy vase of shouldered ovoid form with frill rim, hand enamelled with a flowering bough over the graduated pale pink to pale yellow ground, height 10.5cm.

321 A pair of late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy vases of footed and fluted sleeve form with a Jack in the Pulpit rim with applied citron trim over the graduated pink to clear opalescent ground, height 25cm. (2)

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

323 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons cameo glass atomiser scent bottle of drawn ovoid form cased in blue over clear and cut with stylised branching boughs, lacking fittings, height 9.5cm. £50 - £80

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324 A late 19th Century Stevens and Williams cameo glass vase of shouldered form with flared neck cased in opal over amber, cut with flowering convolvulus with a butterfly to the opposing side, unmarked, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. N.B. This was a wedding gift from the Stevens and Williams management to Marion Jenkins who was a designer at the factory. £1,000 - £1,500 325 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons cameo glass scent bottle of torpedo form, cased in opal over blue and cut with flowers and foliage with a butterfly verso, fitted with a glass stopper, length 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 326 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons miniature cameo glass vase of compressed ovoid form with collar neck, triple case with opal over ruby over clear with opal interior, cut with a flowering convolvulus, height 4.5cm, A/F. £50 - £80 327 A late 19th Century cased opal ground scent bottle by Thomas Webb, the compressed ovoid form body decorated with gilded cartouche panels having applied simulated cabochon jewels, top later mounted with a foliate chased hinged cover dated Birmingham 1905, length 9.5cm. £800 - £1,200

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328 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons uranium Ivory scent bottle of spherical form, hand enamel decorated with a flowering bough below a silver spherical cap, hallmarked Charles May 1886, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 329 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons uranium Ivory scent bottle of spherical form, hand enamel decorated with bamboo stems, ferns and foliage below a silver spherical cap, hallmarked John Grinsell and Sons 1890, height 7cm.

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£200 - £300 330 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons cameo glass lay scent bottle of torpedo form, cased in opal over blue and cut with flower and foliage to the front and a stylised foliate trellis motif to the reverse all below a silver gilt cap, hallmarked Samson and Mordant 1884, complete with the original leather carry case with velvet and silk lining, stamped Hancock and Co Regent St, length 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2,000 - £3,000 331 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons cameo glass lay scent bottle of torpedo form, cased in opal over citron and cut with a scrolling briar rose design all below a Gorham silver cap, complete with original silk velvet carry case, length 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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£1,500 - £2,000 332 A 19th Century amethyst glass spirit decanter of bottle form with white metal and cork stopper, height 29.5cm, together with a matched glass with funnel bowl above a knopped stem and conical foot, height 12.5cm. (2) £80 - £120

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333 333 A large early 20th Century Loetz Goldiris glass vase, of footed lobed form below a sleeve form neck with flared rim decorated with a heavy iridescent finish, unmarked, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 334 A pair of large early 20th Century Loetz Vesuvian glass vases, of footed waisted sleeve form with applied trails to a Crete green iridescent ground, unmarked, height 30.5cm. (2) £200 - £300 335 A 1930s Loetz glass pedestal bowl shape PN 111-2410, the tapering foot rising to a wide flared bowl flashed in ruby over uranium green, with a cut band of fruiting vines between printie cut borders, unmarked, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

336 A 20th Century Val St Lambert glass vase designed by Joseph Simon circa 1925, of shouldered form cased in cranberry over clear crystal with vertical mitre cutting below a printie cut band and slice cut neck, unmarked, height 16.5cm. £80 - £120

341 339 A post war Podebrady Glassworks clear crystal glass decanter of drawn ovoid form, cut and engraved with a stylised thistle motif below a slice cut neck and teared stopper with polished printie panels, engraved signature, height 31cm. £180 - £220

337 A post war Stromberg Diamant glass vase designed by Asta Stromberg, of faceted angular form with a central green aperture, unmarked, height 14cm.

340 A 1930s Moser glass vase of stepped faceted form, decorated with large facets below a border of printie panels and scalloped rim all to a cinnamon brown ground, acid marked, height 16cm.

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

338 A post war Podebrady Glassworks clear crystal glass charger designed by Josef Svarc, reverse cut and engraved with wheat sheaves in hobnail cut and linear engraved detail, unmarked, diameter 34.5cm.

341 An early 20th Century Val St Lambert glass bud vase, of slender sleeve form cased in lime over clear crystal and acid etched with floral swags over a textured ground, within a gilt metal mount with pierced basal collar and applied floral decoration, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£180 - £220

N.B. This would have been one of a pair that sat inside the door pillars of a car. £80 - £120

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349 342 A 1930s Sabino glass figure titled Le Reveil, depicting a female nude with long sinuous hair atop a circular base in an opalescent finish, moulded mark, height 17.5cm. £150 - £200 343 A set of five later 20th Century Igor Carl Faberge crystal ‘Kissing Dove’ wine glasses, each with a plain foot rising to a frosted stem relief moulded with two stylised doves and a drawn clear bowl, acid marked, height 24.5cm. (5) £60 - £80 344 A group of glass reference books and literature including Italian and Bohemian related examples. (qty) £40 - £60 345 A group of glass reference books and literature including Lalique, Moser and Loetz related examples. (qty) £40 - £60

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350 346 A group of glass reference books and literature to include Monart and Seguso related examples. (qty) £40 - £60 347 A group of glass reference books and literature including pressed glass and English glass related examples. (qty) £40 - £60 348 A large and extensive early 20th Century Moser table suite in the Paula pattern comprising 16cm liqueur glasses x 12, 13cm tumblers x 12, 27cm flutes x 12, 24cm wine glasses x 10, 21cm port glasses x 12, 43cm decanter x 1, 35cm decanter x 2, 25cm jug x 2, 21cm jug x 2, 15cm brandy x 12, 19cm sherry x 12, 20cm plates x 12, 14cm plates x 12, 27cm plates x 12, 36cm plates x 12, fruit dishes, 26cm wine x 6 and 17cm saucers x 12, some damage to the gold on the bases. £6,500 - £7,500

349 A post war Kosta glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand of compressed ovoid form, engraved with a lady in Elizabethan dress, engraved signature, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 350 A post war Kosta glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand of drawn ovoid form, engraved with a stylised female nude with arms raised in a matte and polished finish, engraved signature, height 24.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 351 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda Atelier glass vase designed by Bertil Vallien, of sleeve form below a slender neck, decorated with relief moulded wrythen columns to a pale blue satin ground, engraved signature, original label, height 19.5cm. £60 - £80 352 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda glass Satellite vase designed by Bertil Vallien, the clear crystal foot below a conical body decorated with yellow spotting over a blue mottled ground, original label, engraved signature, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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354 353 A later 20th Century Kosta glass Iceberg sculpture designed Vicke Lindstrand, of domed form with a polished side engraved with two deer, partial label, engraved signature, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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354 A later 20th Century Kosta glass Iceberg sculpture designed Vicke Lindstrand, of domed form with a polished side engraved with a stag, engraved signature, height 12.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

357 A 1930s Verlys glass bowl of shallow form, decorated with relief moulded Chinese Golden Pheasants in an opalescent finish, moulded mark, diameter 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 358 A 1930s Gouaille Brevette glass bowl, in the form of an oyster shell over a a textured base in an opalescent finish, moulded mark, length 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

355 A large post war Whitefriars glass Swung Out vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter in Indigo, pattern 9650, height 41.5cm.

359 A post war Orrefors glass vase designed by Ingeborg Lundin, of flared sleeve form decorated with crossing mitre cuts, engraved signature, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£150 - £200

£80 - £120

356 A later later 20th Century Dartington glass Sunflower vase designed by Frank Thrower, pattern FT35, of square sleeve form with a relief moulded sunflower over a green ground cased in clear crystal, acid marked, height 39cm.

360 An Orrefors Maja pattern wine glass designed by Eva Englund and Arne Lindblom with fluted bowl, plain stem and circular spread foot, hand enamelled with floral garlands, enamel signature, height 17.5cm, together with a matched champagne glass, both retain original labels. (2).

£60 - £80

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£150 - £200

£60 - £80

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365 A 1930s Orrefors glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand, circa 1934, the clear crystal faceted bowl above a conical black foot, engraved by Emil Goldmann with a cross legged female nude above a sun motif, engraved signature, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

361 361 A mid 20th Century Orrefors Waterfall bowl designed by Edvin Ohrstrom of heavy wrythen spiral form finely engraved with feather lines, engraved signature, width 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £130 - £150

365 363 A mid 20th Century Italian Murano Sommerso glass figure of a stylised bird in clear crystal over pink and deep blue, unsigned, height 36cm. £60 - £80

362 A later 20th Century Italian Murano glass figure by Mario Gambaro and Bruno Poggi modelled as a pair of stylised female figures with black hair and arms and both in flowing robes, signed Poggi to the base, height 28cm.

364 A large contemporary Kosta Boda glass Twister vase designed by Kjell Engman, the clear crystal domed foot below a large conical bowl decorated with wrythen ochre and red enamels, boxed, original label and engraved signature, height 37cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

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366 A 1940 Orrefors crystal glass vase designed Nils Landberg, circa 1941, of square sleeve form with optic moulding, engraved with a figure diving for pearls, engraved signature, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 367 A limited edition post war Nuutarjarvi Notsjo glass vase designed by Oiva Toikka for Lamino Oy, with domed foot rising to a flared bowl decorated with spiral line over deep blue iridescent ground and cinnamon interior, numbered 16/50, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

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369 A post war Ekenas glass vase designed by John Onwar Lake of tapering form with folded rim with applied prunted trail to a deep olive ground, height 13.5cm, together with another example of ovoid form, engraved signature, height 14cm. (2) £60 - £80

368 368 A pair of post war Boda crystal glass candlesticks designed by Erik Hoglund, each with a relief moulded primitive figural column below a square sconce, engraved signature, height 16cm. (2) ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

370 A post war Ystad Metall candelabra designed by Gunnar Ander, the black painted metal frame with three feet rising to a scrolled cross form upper section terminating in three sconces, decorated with four glass amber roundels with a larger central green roundel, height 39.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 371 A post war Kosta glass Contour vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand, of ovoid form with deep amethyst line decoration, height 15.5cm, together with a similar bud vase, height 14.5cm, and a another example designed by Mona Morales Schildt of swollen sleeve form cased in clear crystal over deep blue, engraved signature, height 16cm. (3) £60 - £80 372 A post war Riihimaki glass vase bud vase of swollen sleeve form in deep blue cased in clear crystal, together with three other similar examples tallest 20.5cm. (4) £30 - £50 373 A post war Holmegaard glass bowl designed by Per Lutken of asymmetric form, dated 1961, height 17cm, together with another example with polished rim, engraved signature, diameter 22cm. (2) £50 - £80

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374 A post war Stromberg glass vase designed by Gunnar Nylund of compressed ovoid form in cinnamon brown cased in clear crystal, together with two similar style examples, tallest 25.5cm. (3) £50 - £80

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375 375 A post war Stromberg crystal glass vase of compressed flared form engraved with a Viking ship to the pale blue tinted ground, engraved signature, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 376 A post war Skruf crystal glass paperweight designed by Lars Hellsten of rectangular form reverse moulded with a figural column, engraved signature, height 16cm. £30 - £50 377 A post war Holmegaard glass bowl designed by Per Lutken of elliptical form with pulled rim, together with Wedgwood glass vase and a triform bowl, widest 17cm. (3) £40 - £60 378 A post war Skruf crystal glass bowl designed by Lars Hellsten of shallow circular form with reverse moulded geometric pattern, diameter 22.5cm, together with an Orrefors glass bowl designed by Edward Hald with lobed base and flared upper, engraved signature, diameter 25cm. (2) £40 - £60


20th Century Continental

382 A contemporary St Louis 225th anniversary glass decanter of sleeve form with tapered neck and flared stopper, the green body cased in clear crystal with two applied colour twist rings to the base and neck, acid marked, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

379 A later 20th Century German studio glass vase by Erwin Eisch of globular form with tapered neck and applied clear crystal finger loop handle, decorated with a band of air bubbles and oxide spotting to a deep blue ground cased in clear crystal, acid marked, height 12.5cm.

£150 - £200

£100 - £150

383 A large early 20th Century Baccarat Tsar glass decanter of compressed globe and shaft form cased in amethyst over clear crystal, decorated with a radial star cut motif with hobnail and diamond cut shoulders rising to a slice cut neck and mushroom form stopper with fan cut motifs, height 43cm. ILLUSTRATED.

380 An early 20th Century amethyst glass bowl designed by Josef Hoffmann for the Wiener Werkstätte, manufactured by Moser, of footed circular form with a heavily facet cut body, unmarked, width 23cm. S/D £100 - £150 381 A Lalique crystal glass Phalsbourg decanter of ovoid form rising to a square waisted stopper with relief moulded stylised fruiting vines in a clear and frosted finish, engraved signature, height 25cm.

£500 - £800 384 A large 1930s Moser glass decanter of stepped octagonal faceted form rising to a facet cut spire stopper all to an amber ground, acid marked, height 45cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£150 - £200

£150 - £200

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385 385 A large later 20th Century Baccarat Prestige glass decanter, the circular foot below a faceted knop and swollen body rising to a slender slice cut neck and ball stopper, decorated basal slice cutting below a gilt band of arched and floral motifs, acid marked, height 45cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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388 A large early 20th Century Mont Joye and Cie glass vase of footed tapering form with a swollen neck, decorated with three applied gilt teardrop trails between enamelled plane tree branches, all on a textured clear ground, gilt mark to base, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

£400 - £600 386 A pair of mid 20th Century Baccarat Harcourt crystal glass decanters of drawn globe and shaft form, decorated with large slice cuts to the body below a faceted knop and hexagonal mushroom stopper, height 28cm. (2)

390 A post war Nuutarjarvi Notsjo glass goblet designed by Kaj Franck, the pale blue foot rising to a mottled pink hollow stem and deep green ovoid bowl, engraved signature, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 391 A post war Nuutarjarvi Notsjo Kukkopullo glass decanter designed by Kaj Franck, the body of sleeve form below a tapering neck rising to a stopper in the form of a stylised cockerel in mottled lilac, dated 1960, engraved signature, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £450

£100 - £150 387 A pair of 1930s Barolac glass three branch candelabra, each on a shaped foot with three octagonal branches with conforming scones with relief moulded fruiting vine decoration between, all to a deep olive ground, height 22.5cm.

389 389 A Rene Lalique Dindon, No 287 glass cendrier circa 1925, in green opalescence, etched signature, diameter 10.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£120 - £150

£150 - £250

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392 A post war Nuutarjarvi Notsjo glass Prisma vase designed by Kaj Franck, of tapered diamond form, the internal amethyst core cased in a pale topaz, dated 1958, engraved signature, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600


20th Century Continental

393 A post war Kosta Colora glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand, of compressed drawn ovoid form raised on a cushion foot, decorated with deep red bands over a blue ground cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 30.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

395 A large post war Venini Calla vase designed by Tyra Lundgren, circa 1968, of tapering form with pulled and spilt rim decorated with fenicio filigrana in pink within a clear crystal ground, engraved signature, height 31.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£350 - £450

£550 - £650

394 A post war Kosta glass Unika vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand, circa 1951, the elliptical bowl decorated green and amber streaks between ariel bands raised on a conical clear crystal foot, numbered 517, engraved signature, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

396 A large 20th Century Val St Lambert Danse de Flore glass vase, the square foot below a swept faceted stem in clear crystal rising to a shouldered bowl with flared rim cased in deep green over clear, decorated with a central band of classical figures in gilt on a textured black ground between heavy cut borders and gilt banding, engraved signature, height 31cm.

£500 - £800

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397 A large 20th Century Val St Lambert glass vase of swollen sleeve form with flared scalloped rim cased in amethyst over clear, decorated with alternate columns of diamond and mitre cutting below a border of hobnail cutting, height 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

399 A post war Venini Fazzoletto glass vase designed by Fulvio Bianconi, decorated with alternating lattachino cane columns in opal and pale lime to a clear crystal ground, three line acid mark, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

398 A 1930s French glass vase by Albert Mazoyer of tapering form with flared neck, enamelled with stylised flowers in opal over a clear crystal ground, enamel signature, height 19.5cm.

400 A 1920s Orrefors glass faceted tumbler vase designed by Simon Gate, engraved with a female nude with a bird in her hands amongst foliage, below a repeat engraved arched border, engraved signature, height 14.5cm.

£120 - £150

£100 - £150 401 A large early 20th Century Louis Comfort Tiffany Favrile glass vase, the swept foot rising to a fluted tapering upper with scalloped roll rim all in a deep blue iridescence, engraved signature, height 32.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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402 A large early 20th Century Bohemian glass lemonade jug, possibly by Harrach, of tapering form with applied clear crystal handle, enamelled in the Art Nouveau taste with water lilies, height 37cm. £100 - £120

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404 403 An early 20th Century Bohemian glass decanter possibly by Moser or Harrach, of footed dimpled form with applied hallmarked silver collar and hollow blow spire stopper, decorated with an intaglio cut flowering lily, Birmingham 1915, Herbert Scott Murdoch, height 26cm. £200 - £300 404 A mirrored pair of early 20th Century Poschinger glass vase of footed double gourd form, enamelled in the Art Nouveau taste with lilies over an amethyst iridescent ground, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £180 - £220 405 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda glass vase designed by Bengt Edenfalk, of rectangular sleeve form, decorated with opposing amethyst bands on an opal ground all cased heavily in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 20cm. £60 - £80


20th Century Continental

407 406 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda glass paperweight designed by Lisa Bauer, the domed foot reverse engraved with a bird’s nest rising to the domed upper section with a polished window reverse engraved with birds in flight, engraved signature, height 8.5cm, together with another example designed Vicke Lindstrand of globular form with internal Mykene air bubble decoration, engraved signature, diameter 8cm. (2) £50 - £80 407 A later 20th Century studio glass plaque by Steven Newell in tonal blue spiral to clear crystal, etched with a scene of a circus performer riding on the back of a large prancing horse, unsigned, width 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 408 An early 20th Century Schneider Le Verre Francais glass vase of squat angular form, cased in blue over amber and cut with abstract floral motifs below a geometric border, signature cane, length 10cm, S/D. £100 - £150

411 409 A contemporary Smiths cameo glass vase of footed swollen sleeve form, cased red over clear and cut with stylised flowers, engraved signature, height 17cm. £80 - £120 410 An early 20th Century Bohemian glass scent bottle of footed squat form with spire form stopper, decorated with a band of elliptical cuts rising to a facet cut neck and scalloped rim all to a pale green ground, height 18.5cm. £40 - £60 411 A late 19th to early 20th Century Emille Galle glass vase of drawn ovoid form with knopped neck, cased in amethyst over graduated opal to amethyst and cut with trumpet flower boughs, cameo signature, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 412 A Rene Lalique glass Moineau Fier paperweight, circa 1929, in the form of a sparrow in a frosted clear finish, moulded and acid mark, length 10.5cm. £200 - £300

414 413 A large later 20th Century Italian Murano glass figure of a parrot in the manner of Seguso, the body in pale lime with green, red and blue applied tail feathers and applied detailing with aventurine highlights, unmarked, height 62cm. £200 - £300 414 An Art Deco Danseuses Des Indies lamp designed by Ignacio Gallo, with a spelter theatrical figure in a gold finish and painted simulated ivory face with a millefiori glass shade terminating at her foot, all atop a veined marble base, height 21.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £450 415 A 1920s Orrefors clear crystal glass decanter designed by Edward Hald, of faceted shouldered form below a lozenge stopper, later acid etched by John Roxburgh, engraved signature, height 23cm. £80 - £120 416 A contemporary Kevin O’Grady glass Vortex marble of spherical form, internally decorated with spiralling orange trails, dated 2007, signature cane, diameter 7cm. £150 - £200

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418 417 An early 20th Century Daum glass table lamp, the swept foot rising to a tapered stem and metal fitting with four supports terminating in stylised leaves, all below a domed shade, both the shade and base cased in a frosted finish over a mottled ochre to blue core, engraved signature to shade, height 47cm. £150 - £200 418 A 1930s Orrefors glass tumbler vase designed by Simon Gate, decorated with a shaped panel with a central engraved nude within a diamond facet cut ground in pewter, engraved signature, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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421 A large Kosta Polar Unik candle holder designed by Goran Warff, of abstract spherical form with stepped pillars all around a central circular aperture, the body in a purple, pink and amber fading to clear, mounted to a presentation board made from a section of bog oak salvaged from the Barquw Waaja, built in 1872 in Finland and wrecked 5th May 1903 on the Baltic Shoals of Southern Sweden, mounted with silver plaques and given as a presentation trophy for the Tetra Pak Golf Tournament in 1982, height 33cm. ILLUSTRATED.

422 A Kosta Polar Unik candle holder designed by Goran Warff, of abstract spherical form with stepped pillars all around a central circular aperture, the body in tonal turquoise to green and mounted to a presentation board made from a section of bog oak salvaged from the Barquw Waaja, built in 1872 in Finland and wrecked 5th May 1903 on the Baltic Shoals of Southern Sweden, mounted with silver plaques and given as a presentation trophy for the Tetra Pak Golf Tournament in 1982, height 33cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£250 - £350

£150 - £200 423 A contemporary American lampwork glass goblet vase by Shane Fero, the scalloped domed foot rising to a stylised bamboo form stem with applied leaves all below an ovoid form bowl, the bowl and foot decorated with striped opal bands over an amethyst black ground, dated 2008, engraved signature, height 23.5cm.

£200 - £300 419 A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase of globular form with collar neck, internally decorated with network of air bubbles between a blue and olive ground all cased in clear crystal, original label, height 20cm.

£150 - £200

£60 - £80 420 A large 1930s Rene Lalique glass Ormeaux charger, decorated with relief moulded leaves to the reverse with amber staining, acid etched R LALIQUE, diameter 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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424 A contemporary American lampwork glass Bird by Shane Fero, decorated with a mottled ochre crest over a deep cinnamon ground, together with another example decorated with whiplash trails on a pale turquoise ground, length 11cm. (2) £120 - £150

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425 An early 20th Century Poschinger pedestal vase by George Carl Von Reichenbach, circa 1910, of fluted ovoid form with collar neck decorated with a band of fine green whiplash with applied blue prunts, height 17cm, together with a matched tankard and a cylindrical preserve pot with metal cover. (3) £100 - £150 435 426 A 20th Century Val St Lambert crystal glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, cased in green over clear and flash cut with a panel and foliate border pattern, unmarked, height 11cm.

434 A late 19th to early 20th Century Emile Galle cameo glass powder bowl and cover, cased in cinnamon over amber and cut with stylised lilies, cameo signature to bowl and cover, diameter 15cm.

£60 - £80

£200 - £300 427 A set of four early 20th Century Theresienthal champagne glasses with a shallow coup bowl, hand enamelled with a fruiting vine design above a swollen plain stem and circular spread foot, height 20cm. (4) £80 - £120

428 A set of six early 20th Century drinking glasses designed by Koloman Moser, circa 1900, manufactured for Lucca Liqueur, each with a fluted round funnel bowl with an acid etched and gilded crest above an interlocking band of rings, two in graduated pink to clear, two in graduated blue and two in graduated green, all raised to a plain stem and circular spread foot, height 20cm. (6) £200 - £300

429 A set of four early 20th Century Continental Roemer drinking glasses with an ovoid bowl above bladed knop, hollow knop with applied prunts, further bladed knop and splayed foot with fine self colour threading, detailed with gilded bands, height 21.5cm. (4) £80 - £120

430 430 A 20th Century pedestal posy vase in the manner of Lundberg Studios with a stepped cup form top above a plain stem and conical foot with Aurene Feather type decoration of petrol blue iridescent pulled feathers over an opal and gold iridescent ground, unmarked, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 431 An early 20th Century Loetz bowl of shallow circular form with a wave rim, decorated in a Candia Papillon finish, unmarked, width 26cm. £80 - £120 432 A group of four assorted early 20th Century Continental liqueur glasses of various forms, hand enamelled with foliate swags and floral motifs, various makers, tallest 14cm. (4)

435 A 1920s Verrerie d’Alsace glass Poissons bowl designed by Rene Lalique, circa 1921, decorated with moulded fish to the reverse on a clear crystal ground, moulded VDA mark, engraved R Lalique, diameter 23.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 436 A 1930s Daum glass bowl of flared form with wide flat rim, reverse acid etched with geometric panels in a textured finish to a cinnamon ground, engraved signature, diameter 29cm. £100 - £150 437 An early 20th Century Kralik glass bowl of tapering form, decorated with applied pearlescent whiplash trailing over a green iridescent ground, diameter 18cm. £60 - £80

433 A late 19th to early 20th Century Emile Galle cameo glass vase of tapering form, cased in cinnamon over pale green and cut with flowering fuschia boughs, cameo signature to body, height 24cm.

438 An early 20th Century Kralik glass vase of double gourd form, decorated with amethyst whiplash trailing over an opal ground all in an iridescent finish, height 10.5cm, together with a similar style example with dimpled body below a flared neck decorated with iridescent mottled green spotting over a pale blue interior, height 10.5cm. (2)

£300 - £500

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

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441 ✦ An early 20th Century Daum cameo and enamelled glass vase of footed globe and shaft form, cased, cut and enamelled with flowering poppies over a graduated mottled orange to yellow ground, cameo signature, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

439 A 1950s AVeM Tutti Frutti vase of compressed sleeve form with dip detail, cased in clear crystal over a random murrine cane work and gold aventurine over ruby ground, unsigned, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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£1,200 - £1,500

440 A 1950s Cenedese fish block designed by Ricardo Licata with a single fish swimming amongst reeds within clear crystal, unsigned, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

442 ✦ An early 20th Century Daum cameo glass vase of tumbler form, cased, cut and gilt with roses and a bee over a mottled yellow to pale lilac ground, cameo signature, height 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£1,200 - £1,500

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443 443 An early 20th Century Daum cameo glass vase of swollen sleeve form, cased and cut with butterflies and flowers over a mottled amethyst to pale blue ground, cameo signature, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,500 - £2,000

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444 ✦ A 1930s Orrefors crystal glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand of tapering squared form with internal optic moulding, engraved with a stylised male nude playing a harp, engraved signature, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

446 ✦ A post war Kosta Colora glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand, of footed drawn globe and shaft form with wrythen blue and red line decoration, engraved signature, height 23.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300

£300 - £500

445 ✦ A 1920s Orrefors glass bowl and stand designed by Simon Gate titled Swedish Grace, of flared elliptical form engraved with a stylised nude atop an antelope surrounded by stylised foliate decoration and repeat arched borders, raised on an elliptical stand with matched engraved border, length 22cm. ILLUSTRATED.

447 ✦ A post war Kosta Colora glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand, of footed globe and and shaft form, decorated with deep red pinstripes over a caramel ground, engraved signature, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£2,000 - £3,000 444

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£300 - £500


20th Century Continental

451 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of globular form with squat neck, decorated with air bubble patches over a deep red ground with bronze aventurine, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 452 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass fish designed by Karl Wiedemann, with applied features with red and opal decoration, length 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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453 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass candlestick designed by Karl Wiedemann, of globular form, decorated with silver oxide ochre air bubbles over an orange ground, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

448 ✦ A large post war Leerdam Unica glass vase designed by Floris Meydam circa 1966, of compressed globe and shaft form, internally decorated with random air bubbles with in a heavily cased in clear crystal ground, height 36.5cm.

449 ✦ A post war Orrefors glass vase designed by Ingeborg Lundin, of conical form with asymmetrical casing, engraved with conch shells to a pewter ground, engraved signature, height 17cm. £100 - £150

450 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed sleeve form with flared rim, decorated with silver oxide ochre bubbles within a clear crystal ground, 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

£300 - £500

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454 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed trumpet form, with fissured decoration in graduated green to orange, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED.

456 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of flared from, in the Lavaluna pattern with peach spotting over a red ground, diameter 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

458 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of skittle form, decorated deep green flecks over a pale green ground, height 44cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£150 - £200

£120 - £150

£150 - £200

455 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of flared form, decorated with silver mica over an abstract amethyst and pink network, diameter 27.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

457 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed trumpet form, with fissured decoration in graduated green top pink all raised on a cinnamon foot, height 33cm. ILLUSTRATED.

459 ✦ A post war Venini Lattacino glass vase of flared form, decorated with vertical columns of pink and opal lattacino canes within clear crystal, three line acid mark, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300

£150 - £200

£500 - £800

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460 ✦ A post war Orrefors Ariel glass vase designed by Ingeborg Lundin, of conical form, decorated with air bubbles in the form of stylised horses to a blue ground heavily cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

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461 461 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of wide shallow form, decorated with cinnamon spiral line to a graduated pink ground, diameter 38cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 462 ✦ A large later 20th Century Seguso Vetri D’Arte glass vase of conical form with applied rim, decorated with silver aventurine over a caramel ground cased in clear crystal ribbing, engraved signature, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,000 - £1,500 463 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed conical form, decorated with silver oxide ochre air bubbles with pale lilac rim, diameter 26cm. £80 - £120 464 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of wide shallow form with lobed base, decorated with opal fissuring to an orange base and amethyst rim, diameter 35cm. £60 - £80 465 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed conical form, decorated with spiral ochre and red line over a pale blue crizzle ground, diameter 15cm. £80 - £120

462 466 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed conical form with roll rim, with graduated ochre to amethyst fissured decoration, diameter 16cm. £50 - £80 467 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of shallow form, with fissured decoration to a graduated red ground, diameter 27cm. £40 - £60 468 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass bowl designed by Karl Wiedemann, of shallow form, with opal fissured decoration to a graduated green ground, diameter 26.5cm. £30 - £50

469 469 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of conical form, decorated with silver oxide ochre bubbles to a mottled lilac ground, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

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475 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass candlestick designed by Karl Wiedemann, of globular form, decorated with silver oxide ochre bubbles over a deep red ground, height 9.5cm. £60 - £80

470 470 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of globular form with collar neck, decorated with fissured decoration over a blue and green ground, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 471 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed trumpet form, decorated with mottled opal and orange columns over a blue ground, height 14.5cm. £80 - £120 472 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of waisted form, with fissured decoration to a graduated green to red ground, height 13cm. £50 - £60 473 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed sleeve form with flared rim, decorated with silver oxide and red banding, height 15cm. £150 - £200

476 ✦ A later 20th Century German studio glass vase by Isgard MojeWohlgemuth, of tapering form, with stylised seagulls over an iridescent banded ground, height 19.5cm. £200 - £300 477 ✦ A later 20th Century Graal glass vase of sleeve form with collar neck, decorated with iridescent spotted patches over a deep olive ground, original label, engraved signature, height 15.5cm. £80 - £120 478 ✦ A later 20th Century Graal glass jar and cover, of squat form with domed cover, decorated with iridescent spotted patches to a deep olive ground, original label, engraved signature, height 8.5cm. £80 - £120 479 ✦ A later 20th Century Graal glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of globular form, with internal ariel decoration over an amber core cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 9.5cm. £50 - £80

474 ✦ A 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of footed sleeve form with flared rim, decorated with alternate mottled red and green columns, height 13.5cm. £80 - £120

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481 480 ✦ A later 20th Century Leerdam glass vase designed by Mieke Groot, of sleeve form, decorated with mottled and veined decoration to a pale lilac ground cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 16cm.

482 ✦ A large 1930s WMF Ikora glass vase designed by Karl Wiedemann, of skittle form, with fissured decoration to a graduated orange ground, height 42cm.

£120 - £150

483 A later 20th Century Studio glass bowl of swept square form, cased in blue over a frosted clear ground and cut with a geometric pattern, indistinct signature, diameter 32cm.

481 ✦ A post Venini Zanfirico glass vase designed by Paolo Venini, of tumbler form, with wrythen spiral Zanfirico decoration in opal, blue, pink, citron and amethyst, three line acid mark, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,200

£80 - £120

£100 - £150


484-613 From the collection of the late Eric Reynolds

Eric was born in Nottingham, the same city as John Walsh Walsh. After completing his education he became a Chartered Engineer and half way through his working life he became a qualified Cost and Management Accountant. He was a planner. Whatever he was doing, he would undertake his research, make detailed notes, plan accordingly and then be determined to see it through to completion. His interest in cut glass had developed over a number of years. One day he visited an antique shop; a pair of candlesticks caught his eye and he decided to buy them. Once home he examined them more closely and discovered some markings, they had been manufactured by John Walsh. From that date on, he had a new focus, and together with his wife, he travelled to antique fairs and auctions all over the country purchasing more John Walsh glass; over the course of the next few years the size of his collection grew. He became very knowledgeable about this particular manufacturer, which led to his decision to write a book. After extensive research, and many hours spent in various museums, the book ‘The Glass of John Walsh Walsh 1850- 1951’ which was published in 1999.

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484 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade glass vase of conical form with pleated rim atop a coiled stem and spread foot, decorated with relief moulded fan motifs in a straw opalescent finish, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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£80 - £120

485 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade vase of squat form with wave edge rim, decorated with relief moulded stylised peacock feathers in a straw opalescent finish, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

488 A pair of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade vases each of conical form with a pleated rim raised on a plain stem and spread foot, decorated with relief moulded columns in a straw opalescent finish, height 15cm. (2) ILLUSTRATED.

£120 - £180

£120 - £180

486 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade vase of squat form with wave edge rim, decorated in the Chestnut pattern with relief moulded leaves in a straw opalescent finish, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

489 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade glass vase of squat form with wave edge rim, decorated with relief moulded stylised peacock feathers in a straw opalescent finish, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150

£50 - £80

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487 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade vase of squat form with wave edge rim, decorated with relief moulded fan motifs in a straw opalescent finish,m height 11.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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490 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade glass vase of squat form with trefoil rim, decorated with relief moulded columns in a straw opalescent finish, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED.

494 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass paperweight with random murrine canes atop a muslin ground cased in a clear crystal dome, diameter 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

£50 - £80

491 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade glass vase with wide wave edge bowl raised on a short stem and spread foot, decorated with relief moulded stylised peacock feathers in a straw opalescent finish, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

492 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass paperweight with rings of millefiori canes in blue, white, red and green surrounding an internal date cane, diameter 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

495 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass paperweight with rings of millefiori canes in white, pink yellow and blue, cased in a high clear crystal dome, together with another example in blue, white and red, widest 10cm. (2)

£80 - £120

£60 - £80

496 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass paperweight with rings of millefiori canes in blue, white and red surrounding an internal date cane within a clear crystal dome, diameter 8cm. £50 - £80

493 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass paperweight with rings of millefiori canes in pink, white and blue, together with another example with central scramble canes, diameter 8.5cm. (2)

497 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass paperweight inkwell of footed domed form with mushroom stopper, decorated with rings of millefiori canes in white, red blue and green all below the stopper in the conforming pattern, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£80 - £120

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498 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass paperweight inkwell of domed form with stopper, each decorated with rings of millefiori canes in pink, white and blue, height 13cm, together with a smaller example with internal date cane, height 10.5cm. (2)

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499 499 An of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh paperweight tot glass of flared form with a compressed paperweight to the base decorated with rings of millefiori canes in blue white and pink, together with another example in yellow, white and red, height 5.5cm. (2) ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

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500 A pair of late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh rustic glass posy vases, each with root form foot rising to a branch supporting two posies all with textured decoration to a citron ground, height 18.5cm. (2) ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 501 A large late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh glass rustic posy vase with root form foot rising to three drop branch form posies and a tall central posy with applied branch trail in a straw opalescenct finish, height 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

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503 A late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh glass rustic posy vase with four posies surrounding a large central posy with applied rustic form handles and trailing, in a straw opalescent finish, height 15cm, together with a similar smaller example on a branch form support, height 14.5cm. (2) £80 - £120 504 A group of four late 19th Century Stevens and Williams jewelled glass posy vases, each of globular form with vertical air bubble decoration, comprising a blue, red and two amber examples, engraved registration mark, height 5.5cm. (4)

502 A late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh glass rustic posy vase with an arched branch form support below two posies in a straw opalescence, height 23cm, together with another similar example, height 18cm. (2)

£60 - £80

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

505 A large 1930s Verlys glass plaque, of oval form with relief moulded fish in an opalescent finish, moulded mark, length 30cm. ILLUSTRATED.

506 A 1930s Verlys glass vase of ovoid form, decorated with relief moulded stylised bees on an amber ground, engraved signature, height 13cm. £80 - £120 507 A group of four late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh satin air trap glass posy vases, of footed ovoid form with triform rim, decorated with vertical air columns, comprising amber, blue and two pink examples, height 7.5cm. (4) £50 - £80 508 A group of late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh satin air trap glass, comprising a ruby posy vase with dimpled body, a small posy vase in blue and a night light on a Clarke’s patent stand, tallest 9.5cm. (3) £40 - £60

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509 A late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh satin air trap glass vase of shouldered form with folded rim, decorated with air trap columns to a pink ground, height 13cm, together with a similar example in blue and an example with ovoid bowl and triform rim to an amber ground, height 10cm. (3) £50 - £80 510 A large late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh Autumnal range glass vase of footed globe form with folded rim, with applied leaf trails over an opal ground and pink interior, height 28.5cm, together a similar example of ovoid form, height 20cm. (2) £50 - £80 511 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Water Lily posy holder, the gilt metal stand with three branches terminating in leaves surrounding opalescent glass buds, rising to a stylised lily pad plate in graduated green with an ovoid bowl with opalescent columns, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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515 A late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh glass Flora bowl, of ovoid form in opal over a pink interior with applied clear crystal lizard and leaf form feet, length 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 516 A John Walsh Walsh crystal glass part suite of Kenilworth pattern tableware comprising ten hock, nine sherry, eleven champagne, four dessert bowls, a tankard, red wine and pair of silver topped wine decanters of tapered conical form, a similar smaller example with silver collar and a plain example, decanter height 30cm. (qty)

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£120 - £180

512 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass Water Lily epergne, the square gilt metal base with foliate decoration, rising to an opalescent glass bud and drawn bowl with opalescent columns between applied green trailing, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED.

517 A part suite of John Walsh Walsh wine glasses in the Fruiting Vine pattern, each with a colour cased bowl engraved with a band of fruiting vines, height 15cm. (25)

514 A pair of large 1930s John Walsh Walsh crystal glass goblets, each with funnel bowl engraved with fruiting vines above a wrythen stem and conical foot, height 28.5cm. (2)

£120 - £180

£80 - £120

£150 - £250 513 A large 1930s John Walsh Walsh crystal glass goblet, with round funnel bowl engraved with fruiting vine above an air twist stem with printie cut border, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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519 518 A part suite of John Walsh Walsh wine glasses in the Fruiting Vine pattern, each with a colour cased bowl with a border of engraved fruiting vines and a matched decanter cased in green, height 24cm. (18) £200 - £300 519 A large John Walsh Walsh crystal glass suite comprising ten red wine, eleven white, nine champagne, nine sherry, twelve port, eleven liqueur, ten tumblers, twelve dessert bowls, nine grapefruit dishes, two decanters and a water jug, each with repeat stiff leaf cut decoration. (qty) ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 520 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh cased glass vases in the Kenilworth pattern, each of varying flared form with crossed mitre cut decoration, tallest 26cm. (4)

521 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh cased glass tableware in the Kenilworth pattern, comprising four wine glasses, three salts, a goblet, a bowl and a pedestal bowl, all colour cased and cut with crossed mitre motifs, decanter, height 23cm. (8) £120 - £150 522 A part suit of John Walsh Walsh table glass comprising five tumblers, five wine, eight port, four sherry, three champagne, and four liqueur and a decanter each with wrythen moulded decoration. (29) £150 - £200 523 A part suite of John Walsh Walsh table glass comprising six red, seven white, nine champagne, four cocktail, eight liqueur, six sherry and six tumblers, each with diamond cut decoration. (qty) £120 - £180

£100 - £150

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533 524 A set of twenty 1930s John Walsh Walsh Harlequin hock glass, each with colour cased mitre cut bowl above a slender stem and spread foot, height 14cm. (20) £200 - £300 525 A set of ten John Walsh Walsh hock glasses, each with a tulip form bowl with moulded decoration above a plain slender stem and spread foot all in pale blue, height 10cm. £120 - £150 526 A set of seven John Walsh Walsh Harlequin hock glasses, each with a colour cased bowl with mitre cut decoration, height 14.5cm, together with matched decanter of slender form with mitre and slice cut decoration to a pale blue ground, height 26cm. (8) £150 - £200

527 A suite of John Walsh Walsh glass tableware comprising six red, six white, six sherry, six liqueur, and six champagne, each decorated with alternate hobnail and strawberry diamond cut panels. (30) £150 - £250 528 A collection of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Moonbeam glass, comprising three table bowls, two pedestal bowl and stands and two vases, all with a pale iridescent finish, tallest 15.5cm. (10) £120 - £180 529 A group of four John Walsh Walsh Moonbeam glass vases, each with fluted decoration to a pale blue iridescent ground tallest 25.5cm. (4) £100 - £150


From the collection of the late Eric Reynolds

541 A group of three early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass vases each of squat square form with folded rim, comprising two with green iridescent finish and a pearlescent example, width 11cm. (3)

530 A part suite of John Walsh Walsh glass comprising six liqueur, four wine, two hock and a decanter, each with tulip form bowls with moulded decoration in citron, decanter height 25.5cm. (13) £80 - £120

£40 - £60

531 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Sunbeam glass comprising table bowls, dessert bowls and footed vases, each in a pale citron iridescence, tallest 25.5cm. (9)

542 A group of 1920s John Walsh Walsh Primrose glass comprising a pair of candlesticks with colour twist stems, a biscuit jar and cover, a shallow bowl and a bowl and cover, all in yellow over an opal interior, tallest 25cm. (5)

£100 - £150 532 A group of John Walsh Walsh glass tableware in the Fruiting Vine pattern, comprising two tumblers, two wine, two champagne, a liqueur and a finger bowl, tallest 13.5cm. (8)

£80 - £120 543 A group of 1920s John Walsh Walsh Primrose glass comprising cruet sets, a sugar sifter and two preserve jars, all in yellow over an opal interior. (qty)

£80 - £120 533 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh epergne, the white metal stand with three scrolled branches with applied leaf decoration terminating in three glass trumpets with fluted moulding to a pale green iridescent finish, height 45cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 534 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass three branch epergne, the domed frilled base rising to a gilt scrolled three branch support below three coiled trumpets each with fluted moulding to a pearlescent ground, height 37.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

534 537 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Vesta Venetian glass vase of footed shouldered form with wrythen moulded decoration to a pearlescent ground, together with two smaller examples, tallest 19cm. (3) £80 - £120 538 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass bowl, of shouldered form with roll rim decorated with swag moulding to a pearlescent ground, together with a similar footed bowl of flared form, diameter 29cm. (2)

£100 - £150

£50 - £80

535 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh single glass epergne, with domed and frilled base rising to a coiled metal support surrounding a central fluted trumpet with pearlescent finish, height 23cm, together with a similar example atop a cinquefoil white metal stand, height 15cm. (2)

539 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass trumpet vase, with moulded feather decoration to a pearlescent ground, together with a similar example with wrythen moulded decoration and a pair of squat examples with trefoil rims, tallest 31cm. (4)

£80 - £120

£60 - £80

536 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Vesta Venetian glass jar and cover, of footed ovoid form with domed cover and integral spire handle, with wrythen moulded decoration to an opalescent ground, height 15cm.

540 A group of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass comprising of two candlesticks, a pedestal bowl and stand and a pair of leaf form dishes, each in a pale iridescent finish, widest 19cm. (6)

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

£60 - £80 544 A 1920s John Walsh Walsh Primrose glass sugar sifter together with two preserves in metal plated stands, each in pale blue over an opal interior, tallest 18cm. (3) £40 - £60 545 A group of late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh Crushed Strawberry glass comprising three double gourd vases, two footed bowls and a table condiment, each in pink over a pale yellow interior, tallest 11cm. (6) £60 - £80 546 A 1920s John Walsh Walsh Primrose glass vase, of globular form cased in green over opal, cut in the battuto style with a central band, acid marked, height 7cm. £40 - £60 547 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Pompeian glass comprising a large amethyst flared example, a shallow pink bowl and a green posy vase with wide rim, all with air bubble decoration, widest 38cm. (3) £50 - £80

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548 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Pompeian glass comprising five tumblers and three posy vases of footed form with a wide rim, each decorated with air bubbles, tallest 10cm. (8)

551 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Pompeian glass comprising a footed bowl, a globular vase and a shouldered vase with flared rim, all decorated with air bubbles, tallest 15cm.. (3)

£50 - £80

£50 - £80

549 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Pompeian glass comprising five thistle form vases of varying size, each with air bubble decoration, tallest 18cm .(5)

552 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Pompeian glass comprising a large flared vase with trefoil rim and two similar flared examples, all decorated with air bubbles, tallest 29cm. (3)

£60 - £90 550 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Pompeian glass comprising a vase of waisted form with pleated rim and a pair of posy holders each with a pinched rim, decorated with air bubbles, tallest 21cm. (3) £40 - £60

£50 - £80 553 A group of 1930s John Walsh Walsh Pompeian glass comprising a swollen vase, a flared form vase and two shouldered examples, all with air bubble decoration, tallest 21cm. (4) £50 - £80

554 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass Vesta lighting panel from the Twelve Labours of Hercules series designed by Walter Gilbert, of square form relief moulded with a scene of the First Labour depicting Hercules and the Cerymeian Hind together with a spacer panel from the same series decorated with a central relief moulded flower to a clear frosted ground, moulded mark, width 26cm. (2) ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 555 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass Vesta lighting panel from the Twelve Labours of Hercules series designed by Walter Gilbert, of square form relief moulded with a scene of the First Labour depicting Hercules and the Nemean Lion, together with another example depicting the Second Labour with Hercules and the Lernaean Hydra, moulded marks, width 26cm. (2) £120 - £180

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556 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass Vesta lighting panel from the Twelve Labours of Hercules series designed by Walter Gilbert, of square form, relief moulded the Sixth Labour depicting Hercules and the Stymphalian Birds, S/D, together with another example depicting the Eleventh Labour with Hercules and the Golden Apples of the Hesperides, moulded marks, width 26cm. (2) £120 - £180 557 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass Vesta lighting panel from the Twelve Labours of Hercules series designed by Walter Gilbert, of square form, relief moulded with the Eleventh Labour depicting Hercules and the Golden Apples of the Hesperides, moulded marks, within a later wooden frame, height 29.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150


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558 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons miniature ewer, the swept foot rising to a compressed globe and shaft form body with an applied loop handle, cased in pink over opal and intaglio cut with ferns and insects, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

562 A large 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass Water Lily vase, of footed conical form, engraved with stylised water lilies, height 23cm, together with a matched smaller example, acid marked, height 15.5cm. (2) £50 - £80

£200 - £300

559 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass ceiling light of drawn ovoid form cased in blue over clear crystal and cut in the Kenilworth pattern, all below brass mounts, height 29cm. £80 - £120

563 A pair of 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass Water Lily bowls, each of footed form engraved with stylised water lilies on a pale green ground, acid marked, diameter 25.5cm. (2) £50 - £80

560 A large 1930s John Walsh Walsh clear crystal glass table lamp, the swept base rising to brass mounts and a domed shade, decorated with diamond cutting to the body and shade, height 49cm.

564 A 1920s Webb Corbett Agate Flambe glass vase of shouldered form with flared neck, decorated with yellow mottled decoration over a pink ground, height 19.5cm, together with another example of low shouldered form with slender neck, height 17.5cm. (2)

£80 - £120

£60 - £80

561 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh glass epergne, the white metal stand of trefoil form with three scrolled branches surrounding a central branch with leaf decoration supporting four Primrose glass trumpets with trefoil form rims cased in yellow over opal, height 30cm.

565 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh clear crystal glass bowl, of footed flared form, with engraved arched motifs, acid marked, diameter 31cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150

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£60 - £80

566 A group of 1920s John Walsh Walsh Koh-i-Noor glass comprising a fan shaped vase, a footed bowl and pedestal bowl, each with mitre cutting and notch cut rim, tallest 23cm. £60 - £80

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567 A late 19th Century cameo glass oil lamp by John Walsh Walsh. The pedestal ovoid body mounted on a classically decorated brass base with lion mask and pierced decoration rising to a conforming brass collar with further cameo capped paraffin reservoir fitted with a brass gallery and plain chimney. The body cased in white over deep cranberry and cut with a flowering blossom bough between stiff leaf and arched borders, complete with a tapered ovoid light shade with relief moulded opalescent tears to a graduated citron to ruby, height 56cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,000 - £1,500 567

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568 A late 19th to early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh cameo glass biscuit barrel of compressed ovoid form cased in opal over ruby and cut with a flowering bough design below plated mounts and swing handle, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 569 A large John Walsh Walsh footed bowl in the Koh-i-Noor pattern with panels of deep diamond cuts below a fluted and notch cut rim, width 21cm, together with a smaller matched pedestal bowl 20cm and a compressed fan vase with baluster stem and petal edged foot, height 23cm. (3) £80 - £120 570 A 1920s John Walsh Walsh table lamp with a domed foot, rising to a short baluster form stem and invert domed shade, cased in ruby over clear crystal and flash cut with a stylised leaf pattern, height 34cm. £80 - £120 571 A large 1920s John Walsh Walsh floating bowl of shallow circular section with a scalloped rim, cased in blue over clear crystal and flash cut with a stylised floral panel design within fine strawberry diamond cut borders, width 35cm. 568

£80 - £120 572 A pair of 1930s John Walsh Walsh cut crystal glass vases of footed conical form cut with a repeat Art Deco chevron and line motif, pattern number A5662, acid marked, height 20cm. (2) £50 - £80 573 A large 1920s John Walsh Walsh clear crystal vases of footed conical form with a wrythen twist stem, the bowl cut and polished with a wrythen spiralled floral motif, height 35cm, together with a matched smaller example. (2) £100 - £150

574 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal salad bowl of footed compressed ovoid form with a wrythen pillar cut design with aplternate polished and strawberry diamond panels all below mitre cut borders and a silver plated rim, complete with matched serving spoons, width 22cm, together with a later similar example in the Kenilworth pattern. (2) £80 - £120

575 A 1920s John Walsh Walsh clear crystal biscuit barrel of cylindrical form with collar neck and flat cover cut in the Kenilworth pattern, together with two matched preserve pots and sweetmeant jar and covers. (5) £50 - £80 576 A 1920s John Walsh Walsh clear crystal biscuit jar and cover of ovoid apple form with domed cover having a simulated stalk cut in the Kenilworth pattern, together with a matched preserve and two storage jars and covers. (4) £50 - £80

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577 577 A pair of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal decanters of slender bottle form each cut with a stepped arched pattern below slice cut necks with matched stoppers, height 40cm. (2) ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 578 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal decanter of footed ovoid form with collar neck and hollow blown stopper, the body finely cut and polished with cartouch panels within foliate scroll and mitre cut borders, acid mark, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

578 579 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal decanter of low shouldered form with slender collar neck below a compressed and wrythen fluted stopper, the body decorated with a spiral trail to the neck and Jacobite style engraved rose and two buds on a stem with an oak leaf and acorn verso, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED.

581 A large 1920s John Walsh Walsh clear crystal table centre posy of circular form with a wide rim cut and polished with a wrythen spiral floral design, width 30cm, together with two matched graduated examples measuring 26cm and 12cm. (3)

£150 - £250

582 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal light fitting of pendant form falling to a tear drop base, relief moulded with stylised Irisi above panels of strawberry diamond cut, depth 20cm, together with a matched example in frosted finish with acid cut stylised Iris flowers. (2)

580 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh clear crystal Art Deco drinks suite with footed conical glasses with a repeat chevron pattern with a matched pair of waisted decanters with flat stoppers. (8) £60 - £80

£50 - £80

£60 - £80

579 583 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh lamp shade of bell form with a frill rim, relief moulded with stylised flowers picked out in straw opalescence over the citron ground, depth 14cm, together with a similar period example of conical form with wave rim, relief moulded with flowers picked out in opalescence over a ruby ground. (2) £80 - £120 584 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh light shade of ovoid form with a frill rim, relief moulded with stylised flowers over a graduated blue opalescent to clear ground, depth 10cm, together with a similar period example with a repeat scale design. (2) £60 - £80

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585 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh ceiling light shade of cylindrical form with a frill rim, relief moulded with stylised flowers to a graduated ruby to clear ground, depth 21cm, together with a similar period tapered ovoid example with matched design over a frosted ground. (2) £80 - £120 586 A collection of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal light shades of ovoid form decorated with various cut and polished pattersn. (6) £80 - £120 587 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal bowl of rounded square section with silver plated collar, cut and polished with a stylised scale design to the shoulders over a planished effect ground, bears engraved RD No 42716, width 22cm. £60 - £80 588 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal pedestal bowl with a large footed bowl decorated with repeat panels of strawberry diamond cut between mitre borders, raised to a matched seperate waisted stand, height 29cm. £80 - £120 589 A large 1930s John Walsh Walsh pedestal bowl of footed conical form, cut and polished with a repeat stylised palmette design below notched border, height 30cm. £80 - £120

594 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh decanter set with three barrel form cut and polished decanters within a silver plated triform with a central foliate scroll carry handle and cast dolphin supports to the lower frame, height 40cm.

598 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh table centre epergne with white metal open scroll work frame mounted with four posy vases with petal edged rims, compressed ovoid body and slice cut base all set to the classical design frame, height 28cm.

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

591 A collection of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal table wares all decorated in the fruiting vine design to include a conical decanter, tumbler glasses, grapefruit bowls, sweetmeat jars and covers and candlesticks. (qty)

595 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal celery vase of footed cylindrical form, relief moulded with stylised Iris above fine strawberry diamond cut panels, mounted with a silver hallmarked rim dated 1904, together with a similar period example in the Koh-i-Noor pattern with hallmarked silver collar for 1937, height 19cm. (2)

599 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh silver mounted decanter of shouldered form cut to the whole with a repeat tartan pattern below a silver mounted collar and matched stopper, height 28cm, together with a matched barrel form example and a single goblet. (3)

£150 - £250

£80 - £120

592 A suite of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal decanters comprising a large shouldered example, a pair of barrel form and a smaller matched example, all cut and polished with bands of foliate scrolls and staggered mitre cut lines below slice cut shoulders and hollow blown cut stoppers, tallest 30cm. (4)

596 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh fruit bowl cut and engraved in the Leaf pattern after designs by Clynne Farquharson with repeat stylised leaf motifs below a mitre cut border, engraved mark, width 20cm, together with a similar later example by Tudor Crystal.

600 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh part table suite comprising a low shouldered decanter cut with a pin wheel star and strawberry diamond panel design within mitre cut borders below a slice cut neck, silver mounted collar and radial cut mushroom form stopper, height 27cm, together with stemmed liqueur and conical bowl glasses. (qty)

£80 - £120

£120 - £150

597 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass Vesta lighting panel designed by Walter Gilbert,of fan form relief moulded with a Heron standing on one leg to a river with landscape behind all in a frosted finish, height 23cm, together with a similar period rectangular example relief moulded with a swan in flight over a river, length 20cm. (2)

601 A 1920s John Walsh Walsh part suite of table glass in pale ice blue to comprise graduated stem drinking glasses with wrythen fluted conical bowls on slender stems and circular spread foot, together with waisted tumblers. (17)

590 A very large 1920s John Walsh Walsh pedestal bowl with a shallow circular bowl cut and polished with a stylised peacock feather design below notched rim, raised to a facet cut stem and radial star cut circular base, height 25cm, together with a similar period floating bowl of shallow circular section with panels of strawberry diamond and fan mitre cuts, width 35cm. (2) £80 - £120

£100 - £150 593 A large 1930s John Walsh Walsh clear cut crystal glass pedestal bowl of conical form with repeat mitre cut panels, height 15cm, together with two similar period fruit bowls with repeat panel and stylised foliate cut and polished decoration. (3) £60 - £80

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

£80 - £120 602 A small collection of 1920s John Walsh Walsh table glass in goldem amber to include a part set of dimple body wines, conical wrythen moulded liqueur’s and diamond moulded pedestal grapefruit dishes. (17) £60 - £80

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603 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear cut crystal decanter of shouldered square section with an unrecorded design with vertical fine cut panels between diamond cut shoulders, height 24cm, together with a matched barrel example with silver mounted collar neck and a further unrecorded example. (3) £100 - £150 604 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear cut crystal plaffonier of compressed ovoid form deeply cut with a hobnail and star design, width 35cm. 613

£100 - £150 605 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh small tumbler vase cut and polished with a repeat arched panel cut, height 13cm, together with a similar period example of footed conical form with a repeat linear panel design, height 15cm. (2) £60 - £80 606 A set of six early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh wine glasses with conical bowls, slender stem and circular spread foot, together with a pair of ruby dimple bowl glasses, a pair of amethyst rummers and a pair of 1930s conical bowl goblets in citron. (12) £100 - £150 607 A set of six early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh water glasses of footed tumbler form, cut and polished with a spiralled stylised floral motif, acid marked, together with five similar period glasses with further foliate design to include two petal bowl wines and three matched water glasses. (11) £100 - £150 608 A 1920s John Walsh Walsh part table suite comprising water jug, low shouldered decanter, six red, six white and six port all cut and polished in an Art Deco style mitre cut panel design. (17)

609 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh posy bowl of elliptical form relief moulded with over lapping scale motifs to a pearlised ground, decorated with applied pale green lizards and rustic form feet, width 19cm, together with a similar small posy bowl with rustic form trailed decoration. (2) £80 - £120 610 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh posy vase in the form of a cornucopia with over lapping scale decoration to the pearlised ground, mounted to a pale green rustic form foot, height 20cm.

613 A small collection of original John Walsh Walsh ephemera to include a brochure for various wine services, an earlier similar example, pattern pages for various fancy goods and a collection of advertising leaflets relating to Pheonix Improved Oven Glass, together with a framed portrait print of Winston Churchill presented with the compliments of John Walsh Walsh. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£80 - £120 611 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh tumbler vase relief moulded with dragon flies amongst bullrushed to the deep citron ground, height 22cm. £50 - £80 612 A pair of late 19th Century John Walsh Walsh post vases of quatrelobed form with wide frill rims, cased in a graduated ruby over opal with an internal spiral air trap design, each mounted to gilt metsal bases with rococo scroll foot, height 17cm. (2) £10 - £20

£120 - £150

614 614 A 1930s Stevens and Williams glass goblet by William Swingewood, the conical foot rising to a hollow blown knop with a lampwork scene of a huntsman standing above a deer, all below an ovoid form bowl, unmarked, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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615 A 1920s Stevens and Williams hock glass, pattern 53008, the bell form bowl cased in rockingham over citron over clear intaglio cut with fruiting grapevines, raised on a clear crystal stem with an upper faceted baluster section above a bladed notch cut knop and drawn baluster lower section, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 616 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams liqueur glass, the conical flared bowl cased in blue over ruby over citron intaglio cut with a floral band in a matte and polished finish, raised on a clear crystal waisted stem, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 617 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb and Sons hock glass circa 1902, the ovoid bowl cased in amethyst over clear and intaglio cut with scrolling floral motifs over a central strawberry diamond cut band, raised on a clear crystal bobbin stem with drawn central knop, height 18cm. £300 - £400 618 A large early 20th Century Stevens and Williams glass vase by Charles Herbert Thompson of tapering form with wave edge rim and Grotesque pattern ribbing, enamelled with alternate floral columns to the clear crystal ground, unmarked, height 41.5cm. £300 - £500

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619 A 1930s Stevens and Williams opaline glass bowl by Will Capewell of footed ovoid form decorated with a band of classical figures in black enamel over the opal ground, unmarked, height 15.5cm.

621 A pair of early 20th Century James Powell and Sons clear crystal glass decanters, each of squared tapering form with applied moulded ring to the neck below a cork and white metal finger loop stopper, height 26cm.

£100 - £150

£200 - £300

620 A 1930s Stevens and Williams Rose Alabaster glass ginger jar and cover of drawn ovoid form with flared neck and domed cover in magenta with an applied foot and handle in opal, height 25cm.

622 A 1930s Webb Corbett crystal glass decanter by Hugo Masey of footed shouldered form with slender slice cut neck and hollow blown spire stopper, enamelled with repeat floral swag motifs with gilt banding, acid marked, height 29cm.

£50 - £80

623 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams crystal glass ‘19th Hole’ decanter of globe and shaft form, decorated with an engraved cartouche panel with a golf flag surrounded by square hobnail cutting rising to a slice cut neck and lapidary stopper, engraved registration mark Rd 436398, height 23.5cm. £80 - £120

£150 - £200

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624 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams glass decanter of waisted sleeve form with applied hallmarked silver collar, engraved with stylised sinuous flowers in the Art Nouveau taste, London 1905, height 29cm. £200 - £300 625 A large early 20th Century Stevens and Williams clear crystal claret jug by Joshua Hodgetts, pattern 37266, the conical foot rising to a pillarinta skeleton moulded body with applied hollow blown handle and spire stopper, intaglio cut with scrolling and floral motifs in a matte and polished finish, height 38cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1,000 - £1,500 626 A 1930s Stuart and Sons glass lamp of domed form, the shade in a frosted finish cut with stylised floral decoration to a clear crystal foot, unmarked, height 24cm. £50 - £80

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627 An Edwardian Betjemann’s Patent oak tantalus, with a steeped oak and brass bound base with shaped supports and a brass falling action handle, the clear crystal glass decanters each of waisted form with a lapidary stopper decorated with circular star motif panels and moulded basal border with indented domed pontil fitting into wooden domed supports, height 35cm. (one decanter S/D). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 628 A large contemporary studio glass vase by Adam Aaronson of slender sleeve form decorated with a central silver leaf band over a clear satin ground and opal core, height 40cm, together with another smaller example, height 22.5cm, and a compressed flared form example, engraved signatures, height 13cm. (3) £50 - £80


20th Century British

638 A post war Whitefriars glass vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, of flared form with optic moulding in deep blue cased in clear crystal, height 19cm, together with a pattern 9364 vase in Sea Green, a pattern 9296 vase in Twilight and another similar example. (4)

629 A 1930s Elizabeth GraydonStannus Graystan glass vase, the swept foot rising to a waisted stem and tall fluted bowl in graduated green, decorated with applied green trim and bladed knop, engraved signature, height 36cm. £80 - £120

£40 - £60

630 A later 20th Century Peter Layton studio glass Black and White Kimono vase, of compressed tapering form with flared rim decorated with mottled black and opal columns, height 11.5cm, together with another Yellow Kimono example of drawn compressed form with mottled yellow decoration, engraved signatures, height 14cm. (2)

639 A post war Whitefriars glass bowl designed by Geoffrey Baxter of flared form with applied opal rim to the Shadow Green ground, diameter 23.5cm, together with an optic moulded example in Sea Green, diameter 20cm. (2) £40 - £60

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£120 - £150 631 An early 20th Century decanter and eight matched glasses, possibly Webb Corbett, with panels of horizontal mitre cuts all with a double star cut base, decanter 30cm. (9) £100 - £150 632 An early 20th Century Richardsons Rich Cameo vase of spherical form with collar neck, cased in ruby over clear crystal and cut with lilies over a planished effect ground, acid signature, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 633 A post war Whitefriars Knobbly glass vase designed by William Wilson and Harry Dyer, pattern 9612, of conical form with internal green streaking, together with another example with cinnamon streaking, height 24cm. (2) £40 - £60

634 A large post war Whitefriars Knobbly glass bowl designed by Williams Wilson and Harry Dyer, with internal green streaking, together with a smaller cinnamon streaked example, widest 22cm. (2) £40 - £60 635 A post war Whitefriars glass vase designed William Wilson, pattern 9384, of lobed form with two applied integral stepped handles in Flint height 19.5cm, together with two similar examples with applied ribbed trailing one in Sapphire and the other in Golden Amber, height 15cm. (3) £40 - £60

636 A 1940s Whitefriars glass vase designed by James Hogan, pattern 9376, of lobed form in Golden Amber, together with another example in Twilight, height 19cm, a pattern 9385 in Sapphire and another in Golden Amber, height 19.5cm. (4) £50 - £80 637 A pair of post war Kings Lynn glass candlesticks designed by Ronald Stennett-Willson, with swept foot and slender stem below an upper knop and sleeve form sconce in pewter, height 23.5cm. (2) £40 - £60

640 A 1940s Whitefriars glass bowl in Sapphire, pattern 9274, together with another lobed bowl in Golden Amber, and two controlled air bubble bowls, widest 26.5cm. (4) £40 - £60 641 A 1940s Whitefriars glass bowl designed by James Hogan, pattern 9250, in Sea Green, together with a pattern 9382 bowl in Sapphire, width 25cm. (2) £30 - £50 642 A group of post war Whitefriars glass vases to include Geoffrey Baxter designs, comprising two ovoid examples in Twilight and Ocean Green and two ribbed square sleeve form vases, tallest 24.5cm. (4) £60 - £80 643 A group of post war Whitefriars glass bud vases comprising footed, ovoid and lobed examples, tallest 23.5cm. (5) £40 - £60

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644 A group of post war Whitefriars glass vases comprising a Nailhead vase in Ruby, a pattern 9495 vase in Sea Green and a pair of pattern 9518 vase in dark green, tallest 20cm. (4) £50 - £80 645 Three pieces of mid 20th Century Whitefriars glass comprising a pattern 9390 vase, a 9286 vase in Ruby and a Golden Amber ribbed vase, tallest 20.5cm. (3) £40 - £60 646 A pair of early 20th Century Stevens and Williams crystal glass scent bottles each of globular form with applied hallmarked silver collar and cap with internal ball stopper, intaglio cut and polished in the manner of John Orchard with scrolling floral motifs surrounding a central monogrammed cartouche panel all over a pillarinta skeleton moulded ground, Birmingham 1906, height 11.5cm. (2)

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£400 - £600 647 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams whisky decanter of sleeve form with tapered neck and applied finger loop handle, all below a mushroom form stopper, cased in ruby over clear crystal cut with ‘Whisky’ to the body below the cracked ice shoulder and stopper with overlapping block cuts, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 648 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams Martini glass, the conical bowl cased in ruby over citron over clear and intaglio cut fruiting vines, raised on a clear crystal tapering stem and radial star cut foot, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. 650

£200 - £300

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657 649 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams decanter of shouldered square form with an applied clear crystal hollow blown loop handle and hallmarked silver collar rising to a hollow blown stopper, cased in emerald green over clear with slice cut columns rising to band of intaglio cut scrolling floral motifs, Sheffield 1904, Hammond, Creak and Co, height 28cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 650 A 1930s Stevens and Williams glass table suite comprising twelve wine glasses, six finger bowls, six ice plates, six dessert bowls and six grapefruit bowls, each cased in amethyst over clear and decorated with a band fruiting vine. (36). ILLUSTRATED. £1,200 - £1,500

651 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams hock glass, the circular foot rising to a faceted stem and upper knop all below a round funnel bowl cased in green over pink with strawberry cut diamonds between mitre fan cut motifs, height 19cm. £80 - £120

658 654 A post war Stuart and Sons crystal glass Ellesmere decanter designed by John Luxton of footed swollen form with faceted stopper, decorated with basal mitre cuts below a band of cut leaves, acid marked, height 29cm. £60 - £80

652 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams claret glass, the circular foot rising to a faceted stem and tapering waisted bowl cased in green over pink, cut with stiff leaf decoration below a band of alternate hobnail cut diamonds and fan motifs, height 20.5cm.

655 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh crystal glass Leaf pattern cocktail decanter designed by Clyne Farquharson of tapering form below a collar neck with opposing integral spouts and stopper, decorated with mitre cut and engraved stylised leaves, engraved signature, height 21cm. S/D

£80 - £120

£60 - £80

653 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh crystal glass Leaf pattern decanter designed by Clyne Farquharson of sleeve form with with mitre and engraved stylised leaves, acid mark and engraved signature, height 27.5cm.

656 A contemporary Jonathan Harris studio glass Unique Silver Cameo pedestal bowl, the clear crystal foot with knopped stem rising to an amethyst bowl cased in silver leaf and cut with a band of flowers, dated 2000, engraved signature, height 16cm.

£120 - £150

657 A later 20th Century Peter Layton studio glass Shell form bowl in the Giraffe pattern of tapering form with off centre slop rim decorated with two tone blue columns to a caramel interior, engraved signature, length 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. N.B. This pattern was commissioned on lamp shades for Giraffe Restaurants and is thought to be a prototype for that range. £250 - £350 658 A later 20th Century Peter Layton studio glass Dropper vase in the Pink Paradiso pattern, of compressed ovoid form below a slender neck decorated with blue banding on a tonal red ground, engraved signature, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

£150 - £200

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661 A post war Whitefriars Textured range Drunken Bricklayer glass vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, in Indigo, pattern 9672, height 33cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 662 A post war Whitefriars Textured range Nuts and Bolts glass vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, in Willow, pattern 9668, height 27cm. £150 - £250 659 659 A later 20th Century Peter Layton studio glass Landscape vase of compressed ovoid form, decorated with orange spotting over a graduated green to blue tonal ground in a satin finish, height 15cm, together with a matched smaller example , engraved signatures, height 9cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

660 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams glass claret jug of drawn ovoid form below silver plated mounts, cased in green over clear and intaglio cut with arched motifs between notch cut ribs, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

£150 - £200

£400 - £600

£100 - £120 665 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams drinking glass, the spread foot rising to a faceted stem and conical bowl cased in ruby over clear, intaglio cut with scrolled floral motifs, height 12.5cm. £100 - £120 666 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams drinking glass, the spread foot rising to a faceted stem and round funnel bowl cased in ruby over clear, intaglio cut with a flower head border above a basal border of stiff leaf decoration, height 12.5cm. £60 - £80

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663 A post war Whitefriars Textured range Banjo glass vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, in Cinnamon, pattern 9681, height 32cm. ILLUSTRATED.

664 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams drinking glass, the spread foot rising to a plain inverted baluster stem all below a stepped funnel bowl cased in citron over clear, intaglio cut with a band of floral scrolled motifs over a basal notch cut border, height 13.5cm.

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667 A 1930s Whitefriars glass Threaded bowl designed by Barnaby Powell, pattern 8266, of flared form with dark amber trailing over a golden amber ground, together with another example in Ruby, diameter 33cm. (2)

670 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh Leaf pattern crystal glass biscuit barrel designed by Clyne Farquharson, of cylinder form decorated with stylised leaves in mitre cutting and engraving, dated 1937, engraved signature, height 18.5cm.

£120 - £150

£150 - £200

668 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh Leaf pattern glass lemonade set designed by Clyne Farquharson, comprising a jug of flared form with applied handle mitre cut and engraved with a stylised leaf pattern, height 16cm, together with four matched swollen form tumblers, engraved signatures, height 10.5cm. (5)

671 A large 1930s Thomas Webb and Sons glass vase of waisted form, decorated with a crackled finish to the uranium yellow ground, acid marked, height 20.5cm.

£200 - £300 669 A 1930s John Walsh Walsh Leaf pattern crystal glass bowl designed by Clyne Farquharson, of squat tapering form decorated with stylised leaves in mitre cutting and engraving, dated 1936, engraved signature, diameter 20cm. £120 - £150

£60 - £80 672 A large later 20th Century Siddy Langley studio glass vase of squat form, decorated with a large abstract band of petrol iridescence over an ochre pitted ground, dated 1995, engraved signature, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

673 A later 20th Century Katherine Shaw studio glass vase of ovoid form with roll rim, decorated in the Tutti Frutti style with multicoloured inclusions to the graduated clear to magenta ground, engraved with abstract motifs to the rim, Roman numeral dated to 1995, height 15cm. £60 - £80 674 A 1930s Richardsons crystal glass vase of tumbler form, engraved with a stylised leaping fish over a controlled air bubble ground, acid marked, height 23cm. £60 - £80 675 A contemporary Blowzone studio glass Visage vase by Iestyn Davis, of compressed sleeve form with applied clear frosted stylised facial details to a frosted magenta ground, dated 2002, engraved signature, height 24.5cm. £120 - £150

676 A contemporary Blowzone studio glass Visage jug by Iestyn Davis, of conical form with applied clear frosted handle, decorated with applied clear frosted stylised facial details to a frosted magenta ground, dated 2002, engraved signature, height 19.5cm. £120 - £150 677 A contemporary Blowzone studio glass Visage vase by Iestyn Davis, of conical form with decorated with applied clear frosted stylised facial details to a frosted blue ground, dated 1998, together with another example of drawn ovoid form in magenta, dated 2002, height 10.5cm. (2) £50 - £80 678 A contemporary limited edition Blowzone studio glass Virtu bowl by Iestyn Davies, of ovoid form triple cased in graduated amethyst over opal over magenta, decorated with random lozenge cuts, numbered 10 of 40, engraved signature, diameter 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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679 A later 20th Century Daum pate de verre glass vase, the upper section of squat ovoid form with a crashing wave form rim supported on three fish form feet in graduated blue to amber, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 680 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams crystal glass vase of footed conical form, intaglio cut with floral motifs over a scale moulded ground, height 30cm. £200 - £300 681 A 1930s Stevens and Williams glass jar and cover, of drawn ovoid form with a domed lid, decorated with pulled ruby trailing over a diamond moulded clear crystal ground, height 24cm. £80 - £120 682 An early 20th Century Mappin and Webb silver plated preserve pot formed as a bee with hinged wing form cover over the cranberry glass preserve, impressed marks, length 17cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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683 An early 20th Century Stuart and Sons crystal glass vase of footed conical form with cinquefoil rim, decorated with applied dab trails between stylised intaglio cut floral motifs, height 23.5cm.

686 A post war Whitefriars Textured range pyramid glass vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter in Pewter, together with another example in Willow, pattern 9674, height 18cm. (2)

£200 - £300

£100 - £150

684 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh crystal glass paperweight jug, the domed foot below a squat form body and applied high loop handle, decorated in the AngloIrish taste with a diamond cut band to the body and mitre cut spout, the base with an inset paperweight decorated with radial millefiori canes in pink, yellow, blue and white, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED.

687 A set of five John Walsh Walsh clear crystal glass Leaf pattern tumblers designed by Clyne Farquharson, each of swollen form decorated with engraved lines and mitre cuts in the form of stylised leaves, engraved signatures, height 11cm. (5)

688 A large contemporary London Glassblowing Blue Floral Dropper glass vase designed by Peter Layton, of compressed ovoid form below an attenuated neck and button rim, decorated with stylised blue flowers and green foliage all to the satin ground, original paperwork, engraved signature, height 41cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

£60 - £80

£150 - £180 685 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh crystal glass paperweight pedestal bowl, the domed foot below a flared bowl, decorated in the Anglo-Irish taste with a diamond cut band to the body above a slice base, the base of the bowl with an inset paperweight decorated with radial millefiori canes in pink, yellow, blue and white, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £180 688

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690

693 A later 20th Century Sam Herman studio glass vase of squared ovoid form, decorated with amethyst streaks and mottled green over a blue ground cased in clear crystal, dated 1992, engraved signature, height 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

695 A later 20th Century Karlin Rushbrooke studio glass bowl of footed high sided form, etched with a figural band of stylised choir singers all to a pale green ground, engraved signature, diameter 21cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£100 - £150

£80 - £120 696 A large later 20th Century Anthony Stern studio glass bowl of squat shouldered form with deep amethyst wrythen decoration, engraved signature, diameter 27cm.

697 A 1920s Webb Corbett Agate Flambe glass bowl of shallow flared form with tapered rim, decorated with mottled yellow, red and green within a clear crystal ground, diameter 25cm.

689 A large contemporary kiln formed glass dish titled Flow Form, by Karen Lawrence for London Glassblowing, of stylised flower form with a central section and outer rim formed with fused glass frit separated by close packed clear strands, diameter 50cm.

691 An early 20th Century Stourbridge H. Wilkinson of Dennis Street patent glass vase of globular form with wave edge rim decorated with pale blue beaded ribs, circa 1905, unmarked, height 16cm.

694 A large later 20th Century Sam Herman studio glass vase of waisted sleeve form, decorated with mottled ochre streaking with a matched applied rim to a pale red ground, dated 1982, engraved signature, height 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£250 - £350

£100 - £150

692 A later 20th Century Sam Herman studio glass vase of squared ovoid form, decorated with mottled ochre and cinnamon over a pale pink ground cased in clear crystal, dated 1981, engraved signature, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED.

690 A large contemporary kiln formed glass dish titled Caesium, by Karen Lawrence for London Glassblowing, of fused frit construction in clear with amber patches with a grid of fused clear strands laid on top, original paperwork, length 62cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

£50 - £80 698 A 1930s Stevens and Williams glass tumbler vase in the Art Deco taste, cased in amethyst decorated with alternate mitre and printie cut columns, unmarked, height 20.5cm.

£120 - £180

£100 - £150

£50 - £80

692 and 693

694

695

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703 A limited edition post war Thomas Webb and Sons clear crystal glass goblet designed by David Hammond, commemorating the silver wedding anniversary of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, engraved by Cyril Kimberley with bunches of roses below a monogrammed and dated border, boxed and with certificate, numbered 28/50, engraved signature and acid mark, height 18cm. £40 - £60 704 An early 20th Century clear crystal glass decanter in the manner of John Walsh Walsh, of square sleeve form with a grid of mitre cutting below a paperweight stopper with radial bands of murrine canes in blue, white and red with a clear crystal dome with five polished printie panels, height 25cm. £60 - £80 700 699 A large early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Vesta Venetian glass vase, the clear crystal foot and a baluster stem rising to a squat body with wave edge rim decorated with moulded swags to a pearlescent ground, height 17.5cm.

701 A 1990 Collector’s Edition Caithness glass paperweight titled Abseil, decorated with a stylised mountainous scene and a pair of red tapes with an air bubble between, all cased in clear crystal, acid mark, height 9cm.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

700 A large contemporary Jonathan Harris studio glass Cased Cameo vase, titled Stormforce, of swollen sleeve form raised on a clear crystal foot with aventurine highlights, internally decorated with a landscape of trees in pale amethyst on a pale opal and pink ground all cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED.

702 A large post war Waterford crystal glass vase, of footed flared form decorated with alternate columns of mitre and printie cuts, unmarked, height 45.5cm. £200 - £300

£600 - £800

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705 An early 20th Century Webb and Corbett crystal glass decanter of drawn ovoid form with ball stopper by Jack Lloyd, decorated with intaglio cut floral motifs on alternate rock crystal style panels, dated 1902, engraved signature, height 20cm. £120 - £180 706 An early 20th Century Webb and Corbett crystal glass bowl by Jack Lloyd, decorated with alternate intaglio cut and engraved panels depicting birds amongst branches and floral bunches between strawberry diamond cut borders, engraved signature, diameter 20cm. £80 - £120

707 A group of 20th Century Stourbridge glass comprising two Tudor Crystal glasses by Jack Lloyd, two Thomas Webb wine glasses and a Stevens and Williams cup and saucer, tallest 15cm. (5) £60 - £80 708 An early 20th Century Stourbridge glass liqueur set comprising a a footed jug of shouldered form with waisted neck and applied handle engraved with scrolling floral motifs, height 20cm, together with six matched liqueur glasses with plain stem and funnel bowl decorated in the conforming pattern, height 11.5cm. (7) £80 - £120 709 An early 20th Century Stourbridge crystal glass spirit decanter possibly Stevens and Williams, of compressed ovoid form decorated with opposing panels of hobnail cutting, the shoulders engraved with birds amongst holly branches surrounding a panel reading ‘HAVE ANOTHER PULL’ with a monogram to the opposing panels, height 15cm. £50 - £80 710 An early 20th Century Stourbridge crystal glass water jug of footed ovoid with flared neck and trefoil rim beside an applied fluted handle, decorated with applied pale blue trailing to the neck over a threaded ground, height 23cm, together with two matched glasses of footed form with a trailed knop and a large funnel bowl, height 12cm. (3) £60 - £80


20th Century British

715 An early 20th Century James Powell and Sons Whitefriars crystal glass vase, the amphora form upper section raised on two fluted scroll arms above an annular knop and domed folded foot, height 22.5cm.

719 A contemporary studio glass dish by Kate Jones, of shallow circular form raised to a small circular foot, cased in black over clear and cut with a band of random spots between plain banded borders, engraved signature, width 33.5cm.

£100 - £150

£80 - £120

716 A group of three contemporary Allister Malcolm studio glass Golden Trailing goblets, of footed form with waisted stem and tapering bowl, decorated with applied trailing in green iridescence, together with another example in gold iridescence, height 22cm. (4)

720 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons Bronze Ware glass vase after Dr Christopher Dresser, of dimpled shouldered form below a tapering neck, decorated with an enamelled geometric band over a purple iridescent ground, height 12.5cm.

£60 - £80

714

711 A pair of early 20th Century Tudor Crystal glass candlesticks with circular spread foot rising to a hollow baluster column with knop and circular lipped sconce, both finely engraved by Jack Lloyd with ribbon tied floral garlands suspended with baskets of flowers, height 25cm, S/D. (2)

713 A contemporary Jonathan Harris collectors club studio glass paperweight, cased in silver leaf over a mottled pastel coloured core, cut with stylised scrolling flowers, dated 2000, diameter 8cm.

£80 - £120

714 A contemporary Jonathan Harris studio glass cameo pedestal bowl titled Portland Bowl, the clear crystal foot rising to a pink annular knop below a straight side bowl cased in opal over amethyst, cut with classical maidens, philosophers and Eros all below a Greek key border, dated 2005, engraved signature, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

712 A contemporary Jonathan Harris studio glass Trial Silver Cameo vase of squat form, cased in silver leaf over a mottled blue and opal ground, cut with stylised lilies, dated 2004, engraved signature, height 7cm. £120 - £150

£80 - £120

717 A group of Allister Malcolm studio glass comprising a crystal glass slipper, two Golden Trailing tumblers and a similar pair of conical glasses with applied trailing, tallest 21cm. (5) £60 - £80 718 An early 20th Century Bermondsey Glass Co cast glass head of The Madonna designed by Guy Underwood, modelled in forward facing pose with stylised halo and head dress, acid mark to the base, height 15.5cm. £100 - £150

£50 - £80 721 A pair of early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh crystal glass scent bottles of globular form with silver mounts with floral decoration and internal stoppers, decorated with rock crystal style tears with strawberry diamond cut panels, Sheffield 1902, Walker and Hall, height 14cm. (2) £300 - £500 722 A contemporary studio glass scent bottle by James Carcass of compressed ovoid form decorated with trailed crystal over a gold aventurine interior all below a spherical stopper, signed to the body, height 22cm. £60 - £90

£400 - £600

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20th Century British

724 A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Blue and White Swirls glass vase, of squat form with flared rim, decorated with blue and opal swirl decoration, signed by Michael Harris, coachbolt pontil mark, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 725 A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Blue and White Swirls glass vase, of sleeve form with blue and opal swirl decoration, signed by Michael Harris, coachbolt pontil mark, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. 723 723 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb and Sons cameo glass scent bottle of cylindrical form, cased in lilac over opal and cut with stylised flowers, foliage and ferns below a silver screw cap, hallmarked TW&S (Thomas Webb and Sons) 1903, height 6.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£150 - £200 726 A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Blue and White Swirls glass vase, of globular form with button rim, decorated with blue and opal swirl decoration, signed by Michael Harris, coachbolt pontil mark, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

£500 - £800

727 727 ✦ A large later 20th Century Isle of Wight limited edition Undercliff glass vase by Timothy Harris, of high shouldered form with flared rim, decorated with a stylised tree scape with aventurine and mottled colouring cased in clear crystal, dated 1999, numbered 16/50, signed by Timothy Harris, height 38.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. 724, 725 and 726

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£800 - £1,200


20th Century British

728

729

730

728 ✦ A large later 20th Century Isle of Wight Undercliff Winter glass vase of sleeve form with applied rim, decorated with a stylised winter landscape with aventurine and mottled colours within a clear crystal ground, signed by Michael Harris, height 37.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 729 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Seascape Lollipop vase of compressed form with slender neck, decorated with veined blue patches below an opal upper section with aventurine highlights all in a light iridescent finish, signed by Michael Harris, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 730 ✦ A contemporary Isle of Wight glass Nightscape Onion vase of squat ovoid form with attenuated neck, decorated with whiplash lines in a petrol iridescent finish, signed by Timothy Harris, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

731 731 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Turquoise Azurene Fish vase internally decorated with silver and gold aventurine over a pale blue ground and heavily cased in clear crystal, signed Michael Harris, height 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

732 732 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Black Azurene Fish vase, internally decorated with silver and gold aventurine over a deep ink blue ground and heavily cased in clear crystal, signed Michael Harris, height 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£400 - £600

£300 - £400

£250 - £300

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20th Century British

733 ✦ A contemporary Jonathan Harris studio glass Silver Cameo glass vase, cased in mottled green and silver leaf over a textured amethyst ground, cut with band of flowers with silver foil outlines,. dated 2008, numbered 28/50, engraved signature, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

734 ✦ A late 1960s Mdina glass Crizzle Stone vase by Michael Harris, of wide compressed form below an attenuated slender neck, internally decorated with a fissured network of silver oxide ochre over a deep blue ground all cased in clear crystal, signed by Michael Harris, width 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2,000 - £3,000 733

734

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20th Century British

735 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Aurene glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with pale iridescent bands over a graduated mottled red to blue ground, signed by Michael Harris, Flame pontil mark, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

737 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Seascape glass bowl, decorated with veined blue panels below an opal upper section with aventurine gilt highlights, signed by Michael Harris, diameter 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300

£300 - £500

736 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Firecracker glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with gold aventurine over a red ground, signed by Timothy Harris, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

738 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Archive Aurene glass vase, of globular form with flared rim, decorated with a pale blue iridescent band over a graduated mottled orange to blue ground, engraved signature, height 13cm.

£100 - £150

737

736

735

739 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Tortoiseshell glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with alternate cinnamon and ochre spiral bands, signed by Michael Harris, height 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 740 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Firecracker glass vase of angular shouldered form, decorated with gold aventurine over a red ground, designed by Timothy Harris, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED.

741 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Golden Rain glass bowl of footed straight sided form, decorated with deep blue lines over a graduated blue to opal ground with gold aventurine heights, signed by Timothy Harris, height 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

739

740

741

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20th Century British

745

747 745 ✦ A contemporary Vic Bamforth studio glass Atlantic Pilchards vase of ovoid form, internally decorated with a hand painted tin of pilchards in red over a white ground, numbered 1/1, dated 2006, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED.

742 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight White Azurene glass vase of globular form, decorated with gold and silver leaf over a white ground, original label, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

£800 - £1,200

743 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Golden Rain scent bottle of square sleeve form with ball stopper, decorated with gold aventurine over a graduated deep green to opal ground, engraved signature, height 10cm.

746 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Landscape glass vase of sleeve form with small button form rim, decorated with veined pale green panels to the base below the amber upper section with aventurine heights, signed by Timothy Harris, height 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80 744 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Golden Rain of square sleeve form with ball stopper, decorated with gold aventurine over a graduated red to opal ground, signed by Timothy Harris, height 10cm.

£250 - £350

746

£60 - £80

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750

747 ✦ A contemporary Vic Bamforth studio glass Jazz vase, of compressed ovoid form, internally decorated with a hand painted scene of a stylised three piece jazz band on a yellow ground, numbered 1/1, dated 2006, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

751 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Azurene glass vase of square sleeve form, decorated with gold and silver leaf over a deep blue ground, height 33cm.

£600 - £800

752 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Azurene scent bottle of squat form with ball stopper, decorated with pale iridescent band over a mottled blue ground, flame pontil mark, diameter 14cm.

748 ✦ A contemporary Vic Bamforth studio glass Tuna Fish vase of square bottle form with collar neck, internally decorated with hand painted tuna, wine bottle, fruit and olive oil bottle over a white ground, dated 2006, numbered 1/1, engraved signature, height 37.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 749 ✦ A contemporary Vic Bamforth studio glass Spider Crab Celebrates vase of sleeve form, internally decorated with a hand painted crab, wine glasses and a bowl of fruit over a white ground, dated 2006, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 750 ✦ A large later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Flower Garden vase, of tapered form with flared rim, decorated with pale green panels over a mottled opal ground, original label, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£50 - £80 753 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Nightscape Lollipop vase, of compressed form with slender neck decorated with whiplash trails in a petrol iridescent finish, original label, height 15cm. £100 - £150 754 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Azurene Lollipop vase, of compressed form with slender neck, decorated with gold and silver leaf over a blue ground, original label, height 23cm. N.B. The piece was made for St John’s Crystal on the Isle of Man. £80 - £120

£120 - £150 748

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20th Century British

760

755

764

759 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Archive glass Nightscape vase of sleeve form, decorated with whiplash trails in a petrol iridescent finish, engraved signature, height 14cm.

763 ✦ A contemporary Siddy Langley studio glass vase, of tapering form, decorated with blue trails over a red ground all in an iridescent finish, dated 2003, height 18cm.

£120 - £150

£80 - £120

756 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Azurene Lollipop vase, of compressed form with slender neck, decorated with gold and silver leaf over a deep blue ground, original label, height 20cm.

760 ✦ A large Contemporary Peter Layton studio glass Chalcedony vase of conical form, decorated with ochre and red trails over a deep blue ground, engraved signature, height 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£300 - £500

764 ✦ A later 20th Century Okra Trial studio glass vase by Richard Golding, of shouldered form with flared rim, decorated with a stylised blossom tree over a deep purple ground all in an iridescent finish, engraved signature, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

757 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Nightscape Lollipop vase, of compressed form with slender neck, decorated with whiplash trails in a petrol iridescent finish, original label, height 24cm.

761 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Archive glass Pink and Blue Swirls Attenuated Bottle vase, of tall slender form with flat rim, decorate with alternate pink and blue bands, engraved signature, height 51cm.

£150 - £200

£120 - £150

758 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Landscape vase of conical form, decorated with veined green panels to the base over an amber ground with aventurine highlights, original label, height 12cm.

762 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Attenuated Bottle vase, of tall slender form with flat rim decorated with pale iridescent trails over an ochre ground, height 37cm.

755 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Blue and White Swirls glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with with internal blue and opal bands, signed by Michael Harris, coachbolt pontil, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

£60 - £80

£200 - £300

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£100 - £150 765 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Aurene Attenuated Bottle vase of tall slender form with pale iridescent trails over a graduated mottled green to cinnamon ground, dated 1977, signed by Michael Harris, height 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500


20th Century British

765

766

766 ✦ A large Mdina glass Attenuated Bottle vase, circa 1970, of tall slender form with applied deep blue strapping over an amethyst ground, signed by Michael Harris, height 46.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1,200 767 ✦ A contemporary Isle of Wight glass Seasons scent bottle, of globular form with ball stopper, decorated with stylised blossom on a pale blue ground with aventurine highlights, dated 2007, signed by Timothy Harris, 10cm. £30 - £50

770

771

768 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass scent bottle of square sleeve form with ball stopper, decorated with gold foil over a deep iridescent ground with polished window revealing a mottled red interior, designed by Timothy Harris, height 10.5cm.

770 ✦ A large later 20th Isle of Wight glass Iridaceae vase of sleeve form, decorated with stylised blue irises on a pale caramel ground, signed by Timothy Harris, height 31.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£60 - £80

771 ✦ A contemporary Peter Layton studio glass Reef vase, of compressed tapering form, decorated with coloured spots over a pale green ground, cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 39cm. ILLUSTRATED.

769 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Golden Rain scent bottle of square sleeve form with ball stopper, decorated with gold foil over a deep iridescent ground rising to the stopper with polished section revealing gold foil, signed by Timothy Harris, height 9.5cm.

£200 - £300

£300 - £500

£60 - £80

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20th Century British

772 ✦ A later 20th Century Anthony Stern studio glass vase of globular form with slender neck and flat rim, decorated with spiral mottled green and opal columns, engraved signature, height 25cm. £80 - £120 773 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Landscape vase of conical form, decorated with veined opal panels over an amber ground, engraved signature, height 12.5cm. £100 - £150 774 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Archive glass vase of sleeve form, decorated with gold foil motifs over a blue ground cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 10cm. £120 - £150

776 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Lollipop vase, of compressed form with slender neck decorated with red and ochre trails within a clear crystal ground, original label and flame pontil mark, height 17.5cm. £30 - £50 777 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass vase of sleeve form with applied rim, decorated with aventurine over a fissured blue ground, engraved signature, height 16.5cm. £80 - £120 778 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Archive glass Azurene vase of globular form, decorated with gold and silver leaf over a deep ink blue ground, engraved signature and flame pontil mark, height 9.5cm.

782 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Archive glass Golden Rain vase of square sleeve form decorated with deep amethyst lines and gold aventurine, engraved signature, height 14cm. £40 - £60 783 ✦ A contemporary Siddy Langley studio glass vase of compressed tapering form, decorated with a swirled opal band over a deep amethyst ground, dated 2002, height 36cm. £100 - £150 784 ✦ A large later 20th Century Isle of Wight Pink and Blue Swirls glass charger, decorated with alternate pink and blue bands, fire pontil mark, diameter 43.5cm. £200 - £300

£40 - £60 779 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Azurene vase of sleeve form, decorated with gold and silver leaf over a deep ink blue ground, original label, height 13.5cm. £40 - £60 780 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass vase of flared form, decorated with whiplash lines over a pale opal iridescent ground, engraved signature, height 9cm. £40 - £60

775 775 ✦ A contemporary limited edition Isle of Wight glass Night Undercliff scent bottle of compressed form with ball stopper, decorated with a stylised tree scape in a petrol iridescent finish, numbered 23/250, dated 2003, signed by Timothy Harris, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

781 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight Archive glass Golden Rain vase of square sleeve form decorated with deep amethyst lines and gold aventurine, engraved signature, height 12.5cm. £40 - £60

£80 - £120

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785 785 ✦ A large later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Kyoto vase of sleeve form with applied rim, decorated with pastel coloured spots over an opal ground, signed by Timothy Harris, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200


20th Century British

786 786 ✦ A large 1930s Monart Shape JA VI 100 Paisley Shawl glass vase of shouldered form with collar neck, with swirled enamel decoration to a green iridescent ground, 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. Provenance - Lot 139, Ian Turner Collection of Monart Glass, Christie’s South Kensington, 24th September 2003. £2,500 - £3,500

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20th Century British

787

789

791

787 ✦ A contemporary Peter Layton studio glass Mirage vase of high shouldered form, decorated with veined red, ochre and blue bands cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

790 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass bowl decorated with opal spotting over a red iridescent ground, original label, diameter 16cm.

794 ✦ A post war Vasart glass bowl, of flared form, decorated with mottled cinnamon columns, acid marked, diameter 21.5cm.

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

£300 - £500

791 ✦ A 1930s Monart Shape IC glass vase of tapering form with flared rim, decorated with mottled enamels over an opal air bubble ground, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED.

795 ✦ A 1930s Monart Shape PH vase, of footed flared form, decorated with air bubbles to a pale blue ground, partial label, height 22.5cm.

788 ✦ A later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass Lollipop vase of compressed form with slender neck, decorated with orange streaks within a clear crystal ground, flame pontil mark, height 16.5cm. £30 - £50 789 ✦ A later 20th Century Mdina glass Chinese Bowl, of straight sided form with three applied abstract clear crystal motifs over a mottled green and blue ground, height 13cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

£300 - £500 792 ✦ A mid 20th Century Monart Shape AE glass vase, of tumbler form with flared rim, decorated swirls in graduated blue to peach, height 19cm. £150 - £200 793 ✦ A post war Vasart glass of stepped flared form, decorated with mottled orange columns to a clear crystal ground, acid marked, diameter 24.5cm. £80 - £120

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£250 - £350 796 ✦ A contemporary Adam Aaronson studio glass bowl titled Mediterranean Twilight, of conical form, decorated with aventurine over a mottled blue ground, dated 2005, engraved signature, diameter 20.5cm. £100 - £150


20th Century British

797 An early 20th Century James Powell and Sons miniature glass lily vase with a ribbed, domed and folded foot below a flared trumpet with wave rim in graduated straw opalescence, unmarked, height 24cm. ILLUSTRATED.

799 A pair of early 20th Century James Powell and Son glass posy vases of compressed ovoid form with flued bowl and frill rim above a bladed knop and shallow folded foot, both in a pale ice blue, unmarked, height 14cm.

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

798 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Vesta Venetian glass vase of compressed fan form with a wave rim and wrythen spiral body above a slender stem and circular spread foot all with a pearlised iridescence, unmarked, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED.

800 A large early 20th Century James Powell and Sons glass vase of conical form with a deep wave rim, decorated with a feint foliate straw opalescence over the citron ground, raised to a shallow stem and circular spread foot, height 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£50 - £80

£150 - £200

797

798

800

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Top Limit of Bid (Not including Buyers’ Premium) £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £

Commission bids are left at the bidders own risk. Neither Fieldings Auctioneers Limited nor their representatives shall be responsible for any errors in executing such bids For further information please refer to Conditions of Absentee Bidding and the Terms and Conditions of Business at the rear of this catalogue Buyers Premium 24% VAT inclusive Storage charges of £5 per lot per day apply after 14 days

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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 of 2017 Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd will no longer accept single cash payments exceeding £8,800 (€10,000). 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 damage to lots whether caused by negligence or

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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 £5.00 per lot 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.

payable by the Bidder in accordance with clause 8 above. A “sale entry / internet marketing” charge of £6-00 (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. 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. 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. 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 acknowledges the Auctioneers right to retain the premium

• 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 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. 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. *VAT payable at the current rate


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 30th June – Mantiques Saturday 28th July – The July Sale Saturday 1st September – The September Sale

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  

Centuries of Glass | Saturday 16th June 2018

Fieldings Auctioneers  

Centuries of Glass | Saturday 16th June 2018