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A Two Piece Victorian Bottle Marked The A.W.1 c1890

A Two Piece Victorian Bottle Marked The A.W.1 c1890

A two piece victorian bottle marked "The A.W.1". Available from Scottish Antiques online store.

£75.00

19th Century Nailsea Glass Rolling Pin

19th Century Nailsea Glass Rolling Pin

An interesting 19th century antique Nailsea glass rolling pin which can be found on our scottishantiques.com online store where you will discover a wide range of antique glassware.

£70.00

French Empire Style Table Box c1900

French Empire Style Table Box c1900

The glass may possibly be Baccarat, however, very similar styles were produced by Saint Louis and others.

£425.00

A Georgian Medicinal Leech Jar

A Georgian Medicinal Leech Jar

An oddity for the 19th century glass or medical collection or simply a good conversation piece. A leech jar with its distinctive wide, folded lip. Smaller than the more elaborate porcelain jars of period apothecary shops from which the leeches would be tr

£225.00

19th Century Glass Cupping  Jar

19th Century Glass Cupping Jar

An excellent example of a 19th century glass cupping jar which can be seen in finer detail on our online antique store at scottishantiques.com

£25.00

Six Victorian Glass Ice Plates c1890

Six Victorian Glass Ice Plates c1890

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

£130.00

19th Century Magnum Paperweight

19th Century Magnum Paperweight

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.

£150.00

A Novelty Amethyst Glass Spririt Kettle Decanter

A Novelty Amethyst Glass Spririt Kettle Decanter

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

£170.00

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