A pair of engraved wine glasses by John Walsh
An antique thistle shaped decanter set produced by Richardsons between 1880 and 1900
A cut perfume bottle with a hallmarked silver top for sale
A large French glass sweetmeat, excellent quality
A beautifully made wine goblet with excellent engraving
Four cut glass sherry or port glasses from the begining of the 20th century
Stuart crystal glasses in the Rhythm pattern. A very collectable set with an interesting pattern.
Unusual glass jug for collectors
A large French glass vase, flashed green and cut to clear in true French style
A pair of vintage tumblers. The Gurkhas began as an Indian regiment in the British Indian army. Now a permanent fixture in the British military, the only regiment to recruit from outside the UK and the Commonwealth
A small antique vase, flashed blue and cut to clear in the true French style
The Kennedy bowl has a limited quantity of 100 pieces worldwide. Part of the Heritage collection each piece is crafted by a master cutter.
A good example of an Edinburgh & Leith Crystal champage glass which has become increasingly hard to find. Scottish glass fillied to the brim with sunshine from Leith
A set of six elegant port wine glasses by one of the most influential glassmakers of France. Baccarat recieved their first royal commission in 1823 which lead to a long running supply of important clients.
A pair of antique French stem vases, flashed blue and cut to clear in true French style
A pair of moulded wine goblets in the style of rich cutting for a fraction of the cost. Rather that worry about how to date glassware try enjoying one first !
A Moser wine glass. The gilt band is that of the Lady Hamilton pattern by Moser, the pattern was intoroduced in 1934 and came in an an array of colours including clear.
A Moser wine glass. The Lady Hamilton pattern was intoroduced in 1934 and came in an array of colours including clear. The gilt band is the signature of the pattern.
A Moser wine glass. The pattern was intoroduced in 1934 and came in an an array of colours including clear. Moser glass is made of lead free crystal specific to Moser.
A Whitefriars Queen Elizabeth II coronation wine goblet. Have a drink in celebraion of our longest reigning monarch. God save the queen!
The style of cutting on the glass is unmistakably that of Stevens and Williams
An elegant set of Bohemian cobalt blue cut liqueur glases dating to the first half of the 20th century
The glass of Waterford Ireland is amongst the most widely appreciated on both sides of the Atlantic. A fantastic set of glasses
Vintage crystal decanters. A decanter set that must be put to good use.
A St Louis Decanter with six matching glasses. Made in France at the end of the 19th century. Antique glassware of the highest quality.
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