Lovely classic British whisky flask. The silvered mounted rounded form has a removable drinking cup for convenience. Made by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield circa 1910.
Cut crystal flask mounted with a removable drinking cup. The cup is extensively hand-chased with complementing chased detail upon the cap. Lovely Victorian design. Marks by Philip Ashberry in Sheffield circa 1880. Dimensions: 2 3/4" W., 5" H.
Two sets of plaster prints of antique intaglios and classical motifs.
First frame : 20 prints
Second frame : 13 prints
Black wood framing.
England, 19th century.
Height : 14.4 inches (36.5 cm)
Length : 10.4 inches (26.5 cm)
Condition: Very good condition.
Arts and Crafts opalescent glass lamp shade of poppy head form, made circa 1900. The shade measures approximately 10 cm / 4 inches at its widest and 9.5 cm / 3 3/4 inches high. The standard size bulb holder hole measures approximately 2.8 cm \ 1 1/8 inches in diameter. The photographs show the shade from both sides. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs, this I guarantee. I am happy to ship worldwide.
Victorian large lemon yellow glass shade with acid etched flowers. The shade is shaded from lemon yellow at the wavy rim to clear glass at the fixing. The shade is also optical moulded with vertical ribs. The shade measures 19.5cm at its widest by 12cm high and the fixing is 65mm / 2 ½ inches in diameter, see detail photographs. The condition is excellent with no damage or repairs, this I guarantee, see my returns policy. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions...
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.
Ruffled rim and opalescent dots graduated from small to larger, on this lovely antique ice glass fingerbowl. Large polished pontil. Unsigned, and attributed to Whitefriars, England, and probably by Harry Powell. 5.25" (13.33 cm) diamter, 2.5" (6.35 cm) tall. Excellent condition. c. 1877-1910. $12 US Shipping.
A fine and unusual antique English drinking glass of Jacobite significance. The round funnel bowl is beautifully engraved with a rose, a bud to the right, a butterfly, and foliage. The stem is of the double series air twist type, quite uncommon because of the configuration of a pair of mercury corkscrews outside of a central cable. Conical foot with a rough snapped pontil. Lead metal with good color, striations, and tooling marks...
A good example of a commemorative goblet celebrating the construction of what was the largest single span bridge in the world over the River Wear at Sunderland. Strictly speaking the actual bridge being celebrated was the Wearmouth Bridge even though these glasses frequently have the legend as engraved on this glass of SUNDERLAND BRIDGE. The bridge was completed in 1796 and brought prosperity to the local area...
We are pleased to offer a one-off opportunity to add this wonderful, kind of missing link, early baluster goblet to your collection. The glass seems to be unique, dates from about 1690 and is one of only a handful of glasses known that illustrates the transition from the pre-eminence of Venetian glasshouses to the dominance of English manufactured glass in the table glass market...
Solidly made from clear, slightly bluish, lead metal this baluster wine glass, or small goblet, features a heavy based waisted bell bowl above a teared ball knop over an inverted baluster knop standing on a plain conical foot.
Height 7 inches;
Bowl diameter 3 inches;
Foot diameter just under 3½ inches.
The glass is in good original condition with the expected wear to the bowl and foot rims.
A fine wine glass, or goblet, with an ogee bowl with fluting on the lower two thirds. The stem is a double series opaque twist comprised of a multi-ply corkscrew outside of a central multiply corkscrew. Conical foot with a rough snapped pontil.
The glass is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or restoration, and displays good color and tooling marks. The height is 6 3/8", with a bowl diameter of 3" and a foot diameter of 3 1/4".
This set of 12 crystal plates was produced in England by Webb around 1900. They are not signed but this is a known pattern Webb used. They measure 9 inches in diameter. The crystal is hand blown and quite substantial in weight. There is an indentation 1 3/4 inches from the rim to capture dressing from over flowing on the table. The entire surface of each plate is deeply hand engraved with an ornate pattern...
H 17 in. x W 17 in.
Etched glass mirror, with motifs of butterflies and flowers in the four quadrant panels. Dating to the late Victorian period, c. 1870. English.
Condition notes: screws holding mirror panels together have been replaced.
A well-proportioned wine glass made of beautifully clear greyish metal. The bell bowl, with heavy base, has a high quality, Dutch engraved floral border...
English Cameo Glass Vase in Robins Egg Blue by Webb & Sons. Measuring 5 3/4" high, 5 1/4" wide, 3" base. Signed Cameo 24/319 on base with floral decor. See English Cameo Glass Book by Grover.
Art Nouveau blue glass light shade decorated with stylised flowers and leaves, made circa 1910. The shade measures 14cm high and the standard fitting hole measures 28mm in diameter. The photographs show the shade from all sides. The condition is excellent with only one small chip to the edge of the fitting hole, see detail photograph where I have indicated this with an arrow. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
An unusual firing dram with an ovoid bowl engraved with a floral border above an opaque white twist stem made up of a spiral lace twist interspersed between a pair of spiral tapes standing on a thick conical firing foot. Ovoid bowls are not often found on opaque twist firing glasses: the preferred bowl shapes are round funnel or ogee shape. The style of engraving suggests the glass is towards the end of the opaque twist period...