Bargain Stock List
An excellent engraved antique opaque twist cordial glass for collectors
Antique opaline glass. The perfect start to a collection from the online antique shop
A Georgian engraved ale glass which can be found on our Scottish Antiques on-line store.
Antique glassware to be used and appreciated
20th century art glass vase
Two delightful vintage wine glasses with amethyst bowls and bobbin stems for sale.
Antique Machin Mandarin pattern. Antique English porcelain teacup and saucer.
New hall porcelain teabowl and saucer, from our online antiques store
A fine example of a single series opaque twist wine glass with an optically pleasing petal moulded bowl. This will play with candlelight quite beautifully.
Antique porcelain teacup. Worcester porcelain from the Scottish antique shop online
An antique 1/4 gill measure. Antique glassware with a story to tell from the Scottish online antique store
Two fine Victorian glass whiskey measures for glass collectors and all who love single malt
Online antique dealers with a wide range of vintage and antique drinking glasses within our online antique store
English manufacturer Stuart Crystal are known for contributions to the art of crystal glass production. Vintage English crystal glassware from the Scottish antique store online
A Victorian glass carafe. Wine or water, antique glassware to be used and appreciated
Caughley blue and white porcelain for collectors
This antique is a nusrsing bottle or baby feeder, equivelant to the baby bottles of today
A fantastic early 19th century lidded preserve jar with its original lid and in excellent condition
An antique jelly glass with a short stem, jelly glasses in general do not gave stems at all
18th century English Caughley soft paste porcelain mask head jug online
Antique glass sweetmeat with an engraved bowl for sale
A dry mustard cruet, antique table glass which may still be used and appreciated
A glass vase by Mdina designed by Eric Dobson
An elegant Lowestoft porcelain Curtis pattern tea bowl and saucer for collectors
Antique german glassware for the collector
A studio glass vase by Mdina. The Earthtones pattern uses two colours one transparent and one opaque, this makes for a fascinating piece when backlit
A set of four antique dram glasses with short stems
An antique Derby coffee can and saucer, script D and crown marks and the pattern number 73
Onion skin marbles were preduced when opaque colours were not readily available, the layering of transpaent colours over opaque white give these marbles their name, Joseph coat marbles used more opaque colours and as such layering was not required
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 !
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