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Reproduction 18th century Century Opaque Twist Wine Glass

Reproduction 18th century Century Opaque Twist Wine Glass

an opaque twist wine glass in excellent condition

£50.00

18th Century Gilded Facet Cut Wine Glass c1780

18th Century Gilded Facet Cut Wine Glass c1780

An antique wine glass gilded with a pastoral scene. An 18th century wine glass that may be both used and appreciated

£95.00

New Hall Porcelain Boy and Butterfly Pattern Teabowl & Saucer c1815

New Hall Porcelain Boy and Butterfly Pattern Teabowl & Saucer c1815

An immensely popular pattern with porcelain collectors.

£75.00

Machin Mandarin Pattern Six Person Tea set  c1815

Machin Mandarin Pattern Six Person Tea set c1815

Antique Machin Mandarin pattern. Antique English porcelain teacup and saucer.

£115.00

Victorian Cut Glass Serving Bowl c1845

Victorian Cut Glass Serving Bowl c1845

A 19th century cut glass serving bowl to be used and appreciated

£20.00

Pair of Silver Topped Perfume Bottles 1915

Pair of Silver Topped Perfume Bottles 1915

A pair of cut glass perfume bottles dating to 1915 during the Great War

£90.00

Georgian Dry Mustard Cruet c1800

Georgian Dry Mustard Cruet c1800

A dry mustard cruet, antique table glass which may still be used and appreciated

£50.00

19th Century Nipt Diamond Waies Jelly Glass

19th Century Nipt Diamond Waies Jelly Glass

An English form of decoration that was know in the 17th century

£20.00

Pair Gurkha Regimental Tumblers With Silver Decoration c1960

Pair Gurkha Regimental Tumblers With Silver Decoration c1960

Vintage glass 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

£25.00

Seven Antique German Marbles

Seven Antique German Marbles

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

£60.00

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