Other Table Wares and Miscellany
A fabulous pair of French Enamelled Glass Vases on Ormolu Pedestal Bases - c1890, Available at Scottish Antiques online store
A delightful Victorian baby blue satin glass vase by Thomas Webb. This can be found along with a wide selection of our other antique vases on our online store at Scottish Antiques
A very pretty canary yellow satin glass vase by Thomas Webb c1895. You will find other fine examples of Victorian glass vases by Thomas Webb on our antique store at Scottish Antiques.
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.
Naislea 19th century Cranberry and white trailed glass bell at the online antique shop
John Wash glass, the height of Victorian style
An antique quilted blue satin glass vase made by Thomas Webb in Stourbridge in the late 1900's
John Walsh Walsh, a name synonymous with British glasss in the 19th century
A Victorian 19th century glass pocket flask in a most appealing colour
one of the most recognisable of al John Walsh designs. See more at the Scottish antique store online
Originally used to keep comestible cool at the dining table. When filled with ice they wil hold six oysters, native or rock. A bowl may also be stood on the base and ice packed around to chill the butter or dessert therein
A Victorian cut glass dish from the age of elegance
Try as we might we have not managed to attribute this paperweight to a manufacturer. St Louis, Clichy, Baccarat all made the same style and they were also produced by several of the Bohemian manufactories.
Antique opaline glass. The perfect start to a collection from the online antique shop
Cadmium is one of a number of rare earth metals used to coilour glass. Moser were the greatest exponents of this using neodymium, selenium and other exotics to impart colour.
Nailsea glass is a term used for this type of decoration, however originally the term was once used to describe any glass from the Nailsea factory.
When is a teapot not a teapot ? When its a kettle. Glass teapots are known from the 18th century, the earliest we have seen being a facet cut example within the V&A dating to around 1780. I remember pyrex teapots in the 70s and have seen many a modern
A pair of antique stem vases for collectors
A very collectable gimmel flask from Victorian England
An antique amethyst glass hip flask. A cork is all that is missing and the spirits to fill it.
A collectable antique glass flask, clear glass with white internal trailing.
A specialist antiques website and online shop for the glass and porcelain collector
A specialist Antiques website and online shop for the glasscollector
An excellent, very collectable gimmel flask from Victorian England, antique glassware with a purpose. Come take a look at the Scottisj antiques online
An excellent and very collectable gimmel flask from Victorian England
A stunning example in a deep cranberry and opalecent hues for sale
A collectable antique glass flask online
Antique 19th century Nailsea glass flask for sale
Antique perfume and salts bottle for sale
An antique ruby perfume bottle, the ruby colour is created using gold oxide. The same is used to create cranberry glass. The different quantities create stronger or weaker colour
An antique perfume vial. An interesting shape which would not hold very much fluid, possibly made for an extremely desireable or potent scent
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