Sale Items Easter 2019
A good early Georgian glass with a domed a folded foot
A pair of 19th century finger bowls with beautiful engraving
A set of six Stuart STU30 port glasses, acid etch signature Stuart ENGLAND used in the 1920's up to 1950. Available from Scottish Antiques online store
Most major factories had a line of Georgian style glass, these were never intended to deceive. Those prodced for Hill Ouston can be very convincing and those made by Gray-Stan were intended to deceive and indeed did fool the major auction houses for many
A stunning Kralik glass thorned vase from c1930. Blue and purple fkaleidoscope over amn oilspot ground. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.
This firing glass with engraved coat of arms can be seen on our scottishantiques.com online store.
A pair of Edwardian facet cut candlesticks in the Georgian style from c1910. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.
A Jobling opalescent glass bowl Regd No 780718 from c1933. Available at Scottish Antiques the online store.
A gill was a gill in both England and Scotland, the difference being that an English gill of whisky would simply cost more.
A Massimilano Schiavon Glass vase by master blower Claudio Zama Murano from c 2000. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.
A Theresienthal enamelled wine glass from c 1905. Available at Scottish Antiques online store.
A Tall Wilhelm Kralik Sohne Purple on Gold Spot Iridescent Vase from c1915. Available at Scottish Antiques online store.
An old rummer glass with a shape more akin to a brandy balloon. The rummer is the swiss army knife of drinking glasses, perfect for beer, wine and spirits.
Monochrome Lowestoft Porcealin Teabowl c1775
An antique wine glass gilded with a pastoral scene. An 18th century wine glass that may be both used and appreciated
A Thomas Webb England finely engraved port decanter post 1966 with acid etched signature. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.
A Caughley porcelain coffee cup in the willow nankin pattern
A large Murano murrine vase, possibly by Toso or Barovier from c1980. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.
Vintage glassware in a world of styles, collectibles on every page
Four Val St Lambert Rose Verrept Hock Glasses
An early Loetz glass Onyx Garniture from 1887-8. Available at Scottish Antiques online store.
A magnificent pair of Julius Muhlhaus & Co Haida 1910-1910 Secessionist lidded vases. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.
A fantastic Sandro Frattin signed abstract glass head sculpture in homage to Picasso from the 20thC. Available at Scottish Antiques online store
An Art Deco Monart Glass pink boomerang vase shape GC size VI from c1930. Available at Scottish Antiques online store.
A stunning Mont Joye Legras & Cie signed cameo vase from 1900-10. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.
A rarity, an 198th century wine glass with a with a firing foot
A large Edwardian firing glass from c 1910. Available at Scottish Antiques online store.
A superb intercalary decorated base layer with two further acid cut back cameo layers. Incredible skill and craftsmanship in one vase.
An eye catching Thomas Webb quilted satin vase which you can find on our Scottish Antiques online store, where we have a number of other interesting Victorian vases.
Antique botanical Derby porcelain dessert plate from our online collection
A stunning Galle cameo cut Clemetis vase of three colours, signed to the body in excellent condition available at the Scottish Antiques online store.
This is tourist ware. We have sold one other milk glass example of identical form and one dated example again of the same form. A gift to be sent home from a trip to Regency Brighton or Bath perhaps.
Acid cut itaglio flowers and geometric bands. Cut Mont Joye mark and symbol. A fine legras Mont Joye vase that wil make a statement in any room
The body is matt, it has been finished with acid. The acid stencil mark looks polished but the etching is simply more intense. This vase is cased, the colour is sandwiched between the two transparent layers of glass, The outer surfacr then being acid etch
There were a number of French factories producing opalescent glass during the inter war period. Simonet, Hunebelle, Martel, Dieupart, Ferjac being the lesser known amongst the majors such as Lalique, Sabino, Verlys and Etling. This was clearly produced fo
So many of these glasses are sold as being English and 19th century. The snapped pontil in isolation is not a guide to age, nor is a polished pontil for that matter.
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