A large "Festivo" Glass candle holder designed by Timo Sarpaneva (b.1926) for the Iittala glassworks, Finland, in 1966. The base is signed TS. Condition - very good - no chips or cracks. 32cm (12.5 inches) high.
A rare, Whitefriars "Chess" vase, pattern no. 9817, designed by Geoffrey Baxter as part of his mould-blown relief-textured range. Aubergine is one of the rarest colours for this shape - listed only in the 1972 Whitefriars trade catalogue. Condition - excellent - crisply moulded with no damages and, other than base wear consistent with age, there are no surface scratches. 15cm (5.8inches) high.
A ruby red cased glass vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter and introduced in the 1967 catalogue - page 7 - pat 9596. Condition - good - no damages but slight "water marking" to the bottom of the interior. 5.5 inches (14cm) high.
An Isle of Wight Glass paperweight bearing a paper label which dates its production to between 1973 and 1981. Isle of Wight Glass was founded in England in 1972 by Michael Harris (1933-1994) - the founder of Mdina Glass (Malta). Condition - very good - no damages. 7.5cm (3 inches)high
An 8 inch Whitefriars Glass "Lobed Bowl" in "Sapphire Blue" - pat. no. 9250 - designed by James Hogan (c1940-1946) and produced until 1959. Condition - very good - one tiny nick close to the base. 14cm (5.5 inches)high; 20cm (8inches) wide.
A Whitefriars Glass structured bubbled paperweight with "kingfisher blue" core in the "doorstop" shape. This item was designed by Geoffrey Baxter and was included in the 1969 catalogue - pat. 9698. Condition - very good. 12cm (4.75inches) high.
SOLD through our Liverpool shop - Nov 09 利物浦店内售出 - 2009年11月
A "Peacock and Urn" pattern bowl made by the Fenton Art Glass Company, USA, circa 1920. The base colour is green. Condition - very good. No chips or scratches but there is wear to the irridescence on the inner surface. 9 inches (23cm) diameter.
Fenton出品的"Peacock and Urn" 卡尼瓦尔（Carnival）玻璃碗-USA
"Peacock and Urn"风格的玻璃碗，约出品于1920年美国Fenton艺术玻璃公司。碗底为绿色。
A "Strawberry" pattern carnival glass bowl made by the Northwood company, USA, circa 1920. The colour is red when held up to the light . Condition - excellent - no chips, scratches or surface wear. 8.3 inches (21cm) diameter.