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An antique glass flask for collectors, clear glass with white internal trailing.
A glass rolling pin made in England in the 19th century a very collectable piece
A glass rolling pin made in England in the 19th century
A stunning Victorian Nailsea bellows flask for collectors
A stunning Victorian Nailsea gimmel flask if you prefer which dates to around 1840 It has two flasks which would both hold different beverages
A glass flask from the home of antique glassware
Antique 19th century Nailsea glass flask for sale
Vintage and old serving bottles and carafes can be very attractive on the dinning table and the mid 19th century Nailsea example is a classic example.
A hand bade nailsea glass flask in excellent condition for collectors
An investment grade Georgian light baluster wine glass
A Nailsea glass mug in trasnparent cranberry and white for sale
A collectable antique glass flask, clear glass with white internal trailing.
An investment grade 18th century light baluster wine glass
A very collectable gimmel flask from Victorian England
A stunning Victorian Nailsea gimmel flask if you prefer which dates to around 1840 It has two flasks each to hold different beverages
An antique glass flask, clear glass with white internal trailing. The nailsea factory is associated with such items, however they were made throughout England and Scotland
Nailsea glass is a term used for this type of decoration, however the term was originally used to describe any glass from the Nailsea factory. Their style was widely copied by glass houses throughout Britain. A fantastic flask nonetheless.
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