Six barrel shaped Anglo Irish tumblers or rummers from the Georgian period, c 1820-30. Panel and flute cut, with polished pontil marks. Height "3 ¾/ 9,5 cm. Condition: fine, with small inclusions and air bubbles (an age sign).
A small Anglo Irish wine / port / dram glass from the Georgian period, c 1820-30. Panel and flute cut, the stem with diamond cut knop. Polished pontil mark and a small air bubble to the foot (an age sign). Height "4/ 10 cm. Condition: fine.
Gorgeous English antique sterling silver lid and screw collar Emerald green perfume bottle with Emerald green stopper. The silver is hallmarked Birmingham 1899 and the lid has a couple of dents and pin dots. The collar is hallmarked also. The gorgeous Emerald green glass is etched on one side The Crown Perfumery Company London. There are no chips or cracks to the glass. The stopper has a large finial and there is a large bubble inside of the finial...
This beautiful piece is made from emerald-green glass and gold-toned metal. It is unmarked, but we were told it was 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. It is in excellent condition, and circa 1900. Please read this description and look at the photos very carefully, as we are not responsible for buyer remorse. Thanks! Shipping, handling & insurance within the USA included.
Large hanging Arts and Crafts opalescent glass lamp shade, decorated with flowers and leaves, made circa 1900. The shade measures approximately 26 cm / 10 1/4 inches at its widest and 10.5 cm / 4 1/2 inches high. The fitting measures measures approximately 9 cm \ 3 5/8 inches in diameter. The photographs show the shade from both sides. The condition is excellent with only one small chip to the rim, see photograph. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions...
A beautiful set of three emerald green roemers with cup bowls, applied prunts of the stem, and folded feet and polished pontils. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks, or restoration. The height of each is 4 7/16", with a bowl diameter of 2 1/2" and a foot diameter of 3".
NOTE: The price given is for the set of 3, but each can be purchased separately.
Unusual cranberry glass shade of bell form and having over 23 double foil bead and cut crystal drops, made circa 1900. The shade and drops measures 15cm high and the bulb holder hole measures 20mm / 13/16 of an inch in diameter. The photographs show the shade from all sides. The condition is excellent with only a few minor chips to the inside of the holes where the drops are attached, these were caused when the shade was drilled and not later damage, see photographs...
A beautiful double series opaque twist (DSOT) firing glass of dram size. The ogee bowl leads into a stem containing a central pair of spiral tapes with an 11 ply band outside of them. outside of an inner gauze.
The glass is 3 15/16" inches tall, with a bowl diameter of 2 inches and a foot diameter of 2 5/8 inches. Rough, snapped pontil. Excellent condition with no chips, polishing, or repairs.
As this glass is almost an exact match with item #g1261, but with a very slightly larger bowl and foot, the description is the same: elegant in its form, and beautifully fashioned, this is a 7 1/4" tall English wine flute. The drawn trumpet bowl leads into a multiple spiral air twist (MSAT) stem above a conical foot with a rough, snapped pontil. The bowl diameter is 2 9/16" and the foot diameter is 2 7/8"...
Elegant n its form, and beautifully fashioned, this is a 7 1/4" tall English wine flute. The drawn trumpet bowl leads into a multiple spiral air twist (MSAT) stem above a conical foot with a rough, snapped pontil. The bowl diameter is 2 1/2" and the foot diameter is 2 11/16". Condition is excellent, with no problems at all (the grayness in the bowl is due to the photograph). Good metal color, striations, and tooling.
For an almost identical glass see item #g1261.
The most common type of air twist found in mid-18th century English glasses is the multiple spiral air twist (MSAT). Double series air twists are occasionally found, but triple series twists are incredibly rare, with very few still in existence. This particular example has an ogee bowl leading into a stem with a central air core surrounded by a two ply heavy thread which is in turn surrounded by a three ply heavy thread...
A beautiful wine glass rinser in a deep cobalt color. Polished pontil. No condition issues at all. Height 3 3/4", diameter 4 3/8".
A nicely fashioned English wine glass in a beautiful green color. The wide funnel bowl sits atop a stem with a triple merise, a medial bladed knop and a flattened basal knop. Polished pontil.
Condition is excellent, with no issues at all. The height of the glass is 5 1/8", with a bowl diameter of 2 3/4" and a foot diameter of 2 3/4".
A beautiful, green-cut-to-clear vase, made by either Moser or Thomas Webb. The vase is decorated with beautiful art nouveau decor. Except for some minute nicks toward the bottom (see second-last picture), the vase is in excellent condition. There is a catalog/exhibition number on the vase's bottom, which means that the vase used to be a museum display piece. The vase is 5 1/2 inches (14 cm) tall and 4 3/4 inches (12 cm) wide at the top. Polished pontil.
Offered is this beautiful, geometric-patterned, cameo-cut glass bowl or vase, made by Thomas Webb & Sons of Stourbridge, England. Made on two-layered cased glass and having a clear applied foot, the bowl is 4 inches (10 cm) wide and 2 inches (5 cm) high. It is in excellent condition. Signed on base (see last picture).
Offered is this beautiful cameo glass box made by Thomas Webb & Sons of Stourbridge, England. It is 4 1/2 inches (11,5 cm) tall and about 3 inches (7,5 cm) wide. Except for a tiny flea-bite on the bottle's inner rim (hidden when lid is in place), it is in very good condition. It is signed in acid with the Webb cameo-glass logo on its polished pontil.
Offered is this beautiful and rare, hand-painted (artist-signed), iridescent bronze glass vase, made most likely by Thomas Webb of Stourbridge, England, around 1900. The vase is 11 1/4 inches (21,5 cm) tall and 4 1/2 inches (11,5 cm) wide. Except for a small rim-chip (see last picture), the vase is in very good condition. Unsigned - probably made by Thomas Webb (based on the bronze-glass used in the vase).
Offered is this beautiful, tall, hand-painted glass vase - though unsigned, the quality of the artwork and the numbers on its bottom, typical of English patent number (see last picture) would strongly suggest that it was made by Thomas Webb of Stourbridge, England. The vase is slightly over 13 inches (33 cm) tall. The vase is in excellent condition.