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A gorgeous pair of cut glass toilet water or condiment bottles dating form the Georgian Regency period. The glass bodies are of stylish baluster form with step and hobnail cut ...
This is a set of four delicate hand-blown Edwardian etched wine glasses.
The glasses are in excellent condition for their age. This means, of course, that they show age related wear ...
This is a heavy Victorian, English, olive-cut ale glass dating from the mid 19th century, c1850.
The glass is in excellent condition for its age. This means, of course, ...
This is an Edwardian Art Noveau silver-topped cut glass decanter and stopper dating from the early 19tth century, c1903.
The decanter is in excellent condition for its age. This means, ...
Victorian antique heavy ale glass / rummer. Attractive clear glass, very good condition.
This is an exceptional example of a Victorian double ended scent bottle. The crystal is deeply cut and faceted, and remains beautifully clear and sparkling. It has ornate silver gilt ...
This is a stunning 19th Century French Palais Royal scent bottle. The white opalescent cylindrical glass body beautifully decorated with gilt stylised feather and stars. The gilt everted neck with ...
This is a very desirable pair of silver mounted crystal whisky noggins made by the renowned Mappin & Webb and dated Birmingham 1936. Each clear glass body exquisitely sliced-cut with ...
This is a Georgian, white opaline glass sugar bowl dating from the beginning of the 19th century, c1810.
The bowl is in excellent condition for its age. It ...
This is a small Georgian, hand-blown, glass tumbler or beaker dating from the turn of the 18th/19th centuries, c1800.
The glass is in excellent condition for its age. This ...
This is a Georgian, mould-blown glass sugar bowl with an applied blue glass rim dating from the end of the 18th Century. The bowl is in excellent condition for its ...
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This fine Georgian facet cut wine glass has been hand blown and cut. The funnel bowl has been facet cut to its lower half and sits above a bladed knop ...
An unusual uranium glass liqueur decanter dating to circa 1890 and French in origin. The glass is decorated with an all over acid etching and is slender and delicate in ...
A stunning piece of Victorian tea-table ware. This is a superb cut glass celery vase, with wonderful geometric and foliar etched decoration and a flared rim. It has a pedestal ...
A charming example of Victorian glassware. This is a lovely kingfisher blue small glass tankard. The body has wrythen ribbing and features hand enameled decoration. A lovely and usable collector's ...
A handsome late 18th Century rummer. This large example dates from the 1790's and has a ovoid shaped bowl, with optic ribbed petal moulding and a wrythen stem. The foot ...
A delightful pair of silver mounted small toilet water or cologne bottles. The glass bodies are of stylish rectangular form with panel cut bodies and facet cut shoulders. The gorgeous ...
Silver overlay ruby red ‘Viking Glass’ handled cake plate ‘Silver City’ ruby red handled glass with silver Flanders poppy overlay.
Wine glasses were cooled in the 19th century by filling bowls (called montithes) with iced water in which several wine glasses were placed.
This process went out of fashion and ...
This is a Georgian mould-blown, barrel-shaped decanter dating from the early 19th century. A similar if not identical decanter can be seen in Andy McConnell's book 'The Decanter; Ancient to ...
Sterling silver topped cut glass powder jar, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1927 with the makers mark being that of Martin Hall & Co, Art Deco starburst design lid with unengraved ...
A very attractive antique Edwardian silver plated Monteith bowl with a notched pierced floral rim and a fitted red cranberry glass liner. The plain body stands on a splayed circular ...
Four early twentieth century apothecary dispensing bottle of different coloured glass (one stopper missing and 1 label )the light blue one with poison marked in the glass good decorative collectables ...
A charming late Victorian John Grinsell & Son silver plate and cut glass pepper with an ebony wood grinding handle, spiral glass body and metal grinding mechanism.
This beautiful three bottle decanter set dates from the early 19th century, and features the original bottles and tops.
The silver plated bottle holder is of lovely quality, and the handle ...
A set of hand made glass apothecary dispensing jars of various sizes ,each retaining its painted toleware lid .These jars are in very much there original condition with worn ...
This is a beautiful opalescent glass Art Deco bowl by Sabino France, with a fish pattern. The bowl has a diameter of 29.6cm and a height of 6cm.
This is a late Georgian, flute-moulded cruet with a lemon squeezer base dating from the beginning of the 19th century, c1820.
The cruet is in good condition for ...
This is a late Georgian, "Bristol" blue rum decanter dating from the beginning of the 19th century, c1820.
The decanter is in excellent condition for its age. ...
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