Other Table Wares and Miscellany
An antique Nailsea glass flask for collectors
Antique perfume and salts bottle for sale
A hand bade nailsea glass flask in excellent condition for collectors
An old glass bottle in olive green with a moulded base
A hand made antique paperweight for sale
A hand made antique doorstop for sale
A pair of water bottles for collectors
A glass bellows for collectors of friggers and novelty items
Elegant cut glass canelabras from the early 19th century for collectors
A stunning glass bellows for collectors of friggers
A stunning Victorian glass bellows for collectors
An antique epergne for the avid collector of Victorian decorative glass
A stunning Victorian Nailsea bellows for collectors
English silver topped perfume bottle for collectors in excellent condition
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
Hand made wonderfully decorated 19th century glass goblets for sale
A very collectable gimmel flask from Victorian England
This large antique fruit bowl is more than suited to the modern dining context. A bowl with a wonderfully deep amethyst hue.
Investment grade perfume bottles to be used and appreciated
An antique perfume and salts bottle.
This is not mineral rock crystal, but thick lead glass that has been cut, engraved and polished to mimmick the far more costsly mineral
Two antique bird feeders. As the name suggests to be filled with seeds to feed the birds. The knop at the top of the feeder would have been used to suspend the feeder
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 small antique vase, flashed blue and cut to clear in the true French style
An antique perfume vial. An interesting shape which would not hold very much fluid, possibly made for an extremely desireable or potent scent
An antique amethyst glass hip flask. A cork is all that is missing and the spirits to fill it.
A pair of antique vases. The double layer of coloured glass upon the clear base is a costly technique. However it yields marvelous results
This glass is very much in the facon Venise and is a hommage to 16th and 17th century Venetian glass. Along with others such as Salviati in Murano, Daum in France and Rhenanes d'Ehrenfeld in Germany they produced glass to satisfy demand during the renaiss
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.
This antique is a nusrsing bottle or baby feeder, equivelant to the baby bottles of today
Regardless of what the intended uses were, this collection could mak a wonderful display or be used to store or pour any liquid or granulated spice. The only limit to an antique is imagination.
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
A cut glass perfume bottle dating to 1917 during the Great War
Antique oil lamp with a free blown reservoir and three part moulded stem. Beautifully formed French glassware in the rococo style. An essential Victorian lacemakers tool
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