Glassware – 14th December 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
5 A Monart mottled pink glass bowl with silver flecks to the flared rim and original paper label to base, 18.5cm diameter, 5cm high – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
11 A large green Jobling ‘Lambton’ glass vase, 30cm high, a blue Jobling glass dish with registration number 777134 to base, 19.5cm diameter, a small oval clear glass pin dish with intaglio decoration of a child blowing bubbles with a bird and butterfly, 9.25cm wide and a frosted glass vase moulded with birds amongst blossoms, 25.5cm high (4 items) – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
15 An Art Deco grey glass cocktail shaker and six glasses, all with panel cut decoration and raised on pedestal bases, the cocktail shaker 22.5cm high, the glasses 7.25cm high – Part of a single owner collection 50 60
30 A square silver mounted cut glass inkwell, Birmingham 1924, 9cm wide, and a cut glass silver mounted scent bottle with green guilloche enamel decoration, 9.5cm high – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
40 A large Schneider orange crackle glass vase of ovoid form with flared rim, with acid etched factory mark to the lower body, 26cm high – Part of a single owner collection 200 300
49 An Art Deco frosted blue glass bowl relief moulded to the underside with carp, 24.5cm diameter – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
50 A Monart blue and gilt glass vase, 18cm high, from the Parkington Collection, with Christie’s label to base – Part of a single owner collection 60 100
59 A good collection of Art Deco glass to include a frosted glass table lamp in the form of a seated nude female, a pressed amber glass vase decorated with classical maidens, a large Davidson amethyst cloud glass punch bowl plus other items – Part of a single owner collection 60 80
62 A green glass relief press moulded vase simulating malachite decorated with female nudes beneath grape vines, 12.5cm high – Part of a single owner collection 100 150
108 A collection of 1930s and later glassware to include a Whitefriars lemonade jug, a Caithness spiral vase, an Art Deco dressing set plus other items (1 box) 20 30
117 Assorted Edwardian and later glassware including dressing table items, scent bottle and stopper, vases, fruit bowl with silver-plated rim, drinking glasses and other items (2 boxes) 20 30
132 A boxed set of  Whitefriars sundae dishes together with a Whitefriars orange glass vase with label and ref label to base 9598 20 30
144 Two pairs of cut-glass decanters and other cut glass items (1 box) 30 40
146 An early 20th century part suite of hobnail cut glass, wine glasses, sherry glasses, liqueur glasses etc (1 box) 30 40
189 Assorted glassware to include cut-glass crystal bowls, sundae dishes, wine glasses, sherry glasses, candlesticks etc plus six cranberry tumblers and a coloured bull 35 45
210 Two early 20th century bell-shaped decanters, a cut-crystal jug, a wheel-engraved decanter decorated with vines, and two glass bottles with stoppers decorated with flowers (1 box) 20 30
227 Assorted glassware to include tumblers, wine, sherry, lemonade glasses etc (2 boxes) 20 30
231 A collection of glassware comprised of eight blush Venetian wine glasses on tapering gilt-frosted stems together with two decanters, a blue water jug and four blue goblets (1 box) 40 50
233 Assorted black and white glassware and ceramics to include a porcelain lattice-work lidded jar, scent bottles, vases etc (1 box) 15 25
234 Three cut-glass decanters, one with silver collar, a lead cut-crystal water jug plus various glasses including sherry and liqueur (1 box) 30 40
376 A pink ground Strathearn vase with smoke-coloured rim and peacock feather pattern, maker’s stamp to base 20 30
377 A Murano glass model of a woman carrying a basket of fruit on her head 10 15
387 Two Caithness paperweights, ‘First Chapter’ and ‘Myriad’, both inscribed to base 30 40
596 A tall amber hand-blown glass vase of ovoid form on a stem and saucer base 20 30
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