All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1920 item #1347296
Global Ceramics
$110.00
Opaline glass bowl in the Brocade pattern, from the John Walsh Walsh glassworks. The opalizing effect was obtained by adding cobalt oxide to the glass, and a complicated procedure of heating and cooling. The opaline patterns made by John Walsh Walsh were produced as early as the turn of the century 1900. Height "3 ¼ / 8 cm, diameter "4 ¾ / 12 cm. Condition: fine.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1910 item #1346315 (stock #RM07063)
Period Pieces
$210.00
This beautiful piece is made from emerald-green glass and gold-toned metal. It is unmarked, but we were told it by a glass specialist that it is from England. It’s approximately 5” tall and 2-3/8” across the bottom. The gold-toned lid has cut-outs in the shape of stars – so charming! It is in excellent condition, and circa 1900. The photos are part of the description, so please examine them carefully. Thanks! Shipping, handling & insurance within the USA included.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1343466 (stock #g1404)
A fine example of a triple knopped double series opaque twist (DSOT) antique wine glass. The bell bowl is over a stem with a pair of 3-ply spiral bands outside of a central gauze, and with a flattened shoulder knop, a medial knop, and a basal knop. Conical foot with rough, snapped pontil.

The vast majority of opaque twist glasses have straight stems, and the addition of even one knop adds substantially to the difficulty of making them, and to the value...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1343332 (stock #g1405)
A beautifully made antique drinking glass with a round funnel bowl. A merise separates the bowl from the stem which features a multi-spiral opaque twist and shoulder and medial knops. Lead metal, conical foot with rough, snapped pontil

The height of the glass is 6 5/8", with a bowl diameter of 2 1/4" and a foot diameter of 2 5/8". Fine condition with no chips, cracks, scratches, hazing, etc.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1343152 (stock #g1406)
A beautiful example of an English drinking glass of the double series opaque twist (DSOT) type. The round funnel bowl sits atop a stem with a 14-ply spiral band around a central pair of heavy spiral threads. Conical foot with rough, snapped pontil.

By far, most opaque twists are straight stems. In contrast, this one has a medial knop. However, what makes this glass highly unusual is that the knop, which is quite large, is a bladed knop...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1341553 (stock #g1388)
A striking antique wine glass with a solid base bell bowl engraved with a grape vine, leaves, and bunches of grapes. The stem has a multiple spiral air twist (MSAT) extending into the base of the bowl, and features a medial bladed collar. Conical foot with rough, snapped pontil. Fine color, striations, and tooling marks.

Condition is excellent with no problems, flaws, or restoration...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1341518 (stock #g1394)
This beautiful example of an 18th century English cordial features a round funnel bowl engraved with a flowering rose on a leafed stem with thorns. The stem is a double series opaque twist (dsot) composed of a multi-ply spiral band around a pair of heavy spiral threads. The foot is of the uncommon domed helmet form with a rough snapped pontil. Lead glass with good color, striations, and tooling marks.

Condition is flawless, with no chips, cracks, scratches, or restoration...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1341286 (stock #g1395)
A fine and uncommon toastmaster's baluster type glass featuring a deceptive waisted bucket bowl above a collar. The stem has a medial swelling knop and a basal knop. A wide foot with a rough snapped pontil gives this glass a wonderful stateliness. Great color, striations, and tool marks, with a real heft to the weight. For a virtually identical example see Bickerton, the 1987 edition, item #187.

Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks, or restoration...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1341186 (stock #g1396)
A large drawn trumpet bowl leads to a double series opaque twist (dsot) stem comprised of a pair of heavy spiral threads outside of a central gauze. The bowl is engraved with a rising sun, a well-known masonic symbol. In all, this item has a wonderful and strong presence to it. Thick firing foot with a rough snapped pontil.

The glass is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, other flaws, or restoration. The height is 4 5/8", with a bowl diameter of 3" and a foot diameter of 2 3/4".

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1341016 (stock #g1397)
An extremely rare firing glass of drawn trumpet form. The bowl is engraved "The Friendly Hunt". The condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks, restoration or other problems. Lead glass with good color, striations, and tool marks. The height is 3 1/2", with a bowl diameter of 2 1/8" and a foot diameter of 2 1/4".

The Victoria and Albert Museum has a virtually identical piece, their catalog number C.2571925, and described the engraving as most likely referencing a Jacobite hunting club.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1340978 (stock #g1398)
An antique Georgian balustroid drinking glass featuring a bell bowl over a shoulder annulated knop. Further, there is medial teared inverted baluster knop and a basal knop. The foot is domed and folded with a rough snapped pontil.

No condition issues and standing 5 3/8" tall, with a bowl diameter of 2" and a foot diameter of 2 1/4".

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1340964 (stock #g1399)
An elegant lead metal wine glass of balustroid type, having a round funnel bowl over a shoulder angular knop over a straight stem with an extended tear and basal knop. High conical folded foot. A well-fashioned and tall example of this form.

Overall excellent condition, with no restoration or cracks. Wonderful color, striations, and tooling marks...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1340748
10" Tall and 4" square at the bottom. Together with a pair of black bases not shown in image.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1338426 (stock #g1387)
A fine and very uncommon opalescent stem double series opaque twist (DSOT) Georgian wine glass. The round funnel bowl is engraved with leaves and a budding rose on one side, and a shrub on the other. The stem has a pair of 11 ply spiral bands outside of a central corkscrew. Conical foot with rough, snapped pontil.

There are no condition issues or flaws in this glass...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1337649 (stock #g1390)
A beautiful pair of Georgian multiple spiral air twist drinking glasses. The drawn trumpet bowls are finely engraved with a grape vine, leaves, and bunches of grapes. Conical feet with rough, snapped pontils.

Condition is excellent, with no chips, scratches, or restoration. The glasses stand perfectly straight, although it does not seem so in the photograph of the two of them together. Good color, striations, and tooling marks...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1337447 (stock #g1389)
A beautiful English wine glass with a bell bowl. The stem contains a multiple-spiral air twist (MSAT) extending into the solid base of the bowl. What makes this a truly special glass is the applied medial vermicular collar. The foot is conical with a rough, snapped pontil.

The condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks, blooming, or restoration...

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1900 item #1335978
David Anthony
$165.00
Enameled with a naturalistic and soothingly harmonious blend of flowers and leaves against an ecru ground, this Victorian "fireglow" vase is delightfully charming with its baluster form. The rim, neck, and foot are enameled in dark brown to unify the composition. Touches of gold accentuate the delicately painted flowers. The underside is initialed PK. Condition is practically pristine. We date this vase to c. 1880 Dimension: 7" h
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : English : Pre 1800 item #1335226 (stock #g1385)
A fine double series opaque twist (DSOT) wine glass with a widely flaring waisted bucket bowl, the bowl atop a stem containing a pair of spiral threads outside of a central gauze. Conical foot with rough snapped pontil. Lead glass with good color, striations, and tooling marks.

Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks, scratches, or restoration. Height 6", bowl diameter 2 3/8", foot diameter 2 5/8".