Glassware – 26th April 2014

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
42 A good pair of Art Deco clear glass decanters of bottle form complete with six shot glasses, five tall glasses and an ice bowl, each decorated with a geometric design sterling silver overlay, each stamped Sterling, decanter 27cm h 80 120
43 A set of eleven R. Lalique crescent shaped pissenlit (dandelion) pattern side dishes, with acid etched mark to base, 20.25cm 150 250
44 A 19th century Bohemian overlaid green glass vase of conical form decorated with enamelled floral panels and gilded highlights 45cm h 80 120
45 A Lalique art glass ‘Parme’ frosted crystal decanter, the oval body with double concave frosted sides and raised ripple design throughout, etched to base ‘Lalique R France’, 20cm h 120 150
46 A Mdina glass bottle vase with slender neck and flattened rim with globular body in tonal turquoise spirals together with two Mdina flared rim vases of cylindrical form decorated with yellow, orange and white flashes, both with applied Maltese Cross seals, each with engraved marks to base, 23cm, 17cm, 16cm high together with a pair of Mdina glass vases of shouldered hexagonal form with flared rims, the pink mottled ground overlaid with applied blue trailing, both with engraved mark to base 50 60
47 Two Mdina glass vases of conical form with flattened rims, both applied with thick graduated ribbon trailing, one on a spiraling orange ground the other on an amethyst ground with yellow and blue flashes, a similarly decorated squat flared rim orange ground vase, each engraved to base, 21.5cm, 23.5cm and 12.5cm high, a Mdina glass bottle vase of shouldered square form, with slender neck and flattened rim, decorated with an applied blue ribbon trail over an orange spiral ground, with original label together with a similar low shouldered flared rim vase of cylindrical square form, both engraved marks to base, 24cm and 14cm high 60 100
48 Two Mdina glass vases, one of squat tapering ovoid form decorated with yellow spirals on a cloudy brown ground, the other of cylindrical form decorated with pink spirals on a clear ground, both with engraved marks to base, 11.5cm and 15.5cm high, a Mdina glass vase of shouldered cuboid form and flared neck with yellow and blue flashes on a spiraling brown ground, together with a similar bottle vase of rounded square form plus a similar cylindrical footed bowl, 16cm, 22.5cm and 10cm high 50 70
49 Four Mdina glass paperweights to include two graduated sea horses, a pair of lovebirds and a short tailed bird, each with engraved marks to base together with five Mdina glass globular paperweights in blues, yellows, orange, browns and pink, a Mdina stopper and a similar basket 40 60
50 Four Wedgwood amber glass hooped ‘Sheringham’ candlestick holders, designed by Ronald Stennett-Wilson pattern No RSW13, tallest 16cm high plus three Wedgwood ‘Sandringham’ candlestick holders in green, amber and smoked glass and a blue and amber ‘Brancaster’ pattern candlestick holders each designed by Ronald Stennett-Wilson, tallest 26cm high 100 150
51 A collection of Wedgwood glass candlestick holders to include three smoked glass and one clear glass ‘Brancaster’ examples together with a clear glass hooped ‘Sheringham’ example, each designed by Ronald Stennett-Wilson plus a Lynn ‘Brancaster’ style clear glass holder, tallest 21cm high plus a pair of boxed Wedgwood clear glass ‘Brancaster’ candlestick holders designed by Ronald Stennett-Wilson pattern No RSW15, 14cm high and a Wedgwood glass shade 50 70
52 A Whitefriars limited edition 198/350 lead crystal goblet to commemorate the wedding of Her Royal Highness Princess Anne to Captain Mark Phillips, engraved by Geoffrey Baxter, signed and numbered to base, boxed with certificate, a Whitefriars limited edition 59/150 lead crystal commemorative goblet marked Charles Prince of Wales, 1st July 1967, engraved by Peter Dreiser, signed and numbered to base, with original receipt of purchase dated 3rd July 1969 plus a Whitefriars lead crystal goblet to commemorate the investiture of Prince Charles dated 1969, signed to base W.J.Wilson 1170, together with a boxed Whitefriars lead crystal tankard 50 60
53 A 20th century cut glass bowl of oval form with split tooth rim and green and blue iridescent ground, designed by Graham Muir, signed to base, 13cm high, an Isle of Wight art glass vase of ovoid form with flared rim decorated with turquoise crackled incisions on a blue ground, designed by Michael Rayner and engraved ‘Totland Bay, October 1977 Michael Rayner’,  a 20th century art glass twin-handled vase of ovoid form and flared rim with gold leaf inclusion on an amber ground, 29cm high and an Italian twin-handled lip shaped green glass vase of flared wavy form with cased bubble decoration, 16cm high 70 100
54 A late 19th century Burmese glass vase possibly by Thomas Webb & Son, gilded with a bee in flight before flowering prunus, probably by Jules Barbe, on a fading pink ground with propeller mark to base, 16.5cm high, a pair of Thomas Webb Bristol blue glass rolling pins with knop terminals and rosette prunts, both of cylindrical form, both 35cm long together with ten Italian glass twizzle sticks with red, white, blue and yellow striping 150 250
55 A late 20th century Venini amber glass ‘Bullicante’ bowl of square rounded form designed by Carlo Scarpa with three line acid stamp, 7cm high, a Michael & Frances Higgins glass ashtray of triangular form decorated with birds, trees and sun, signed to lower rim, a late 20th century rectangular multi-coloured bubbled dish decorated with fish and indistinctly signed, a John Ditchfield Glassform iridescent paperweight of heart shaped form decorated with white swirls on a pink ground, signed to base with label, 10.5cm wide and a 20th century studio art glass slab of rectangular form with moulded nail head decoration on a Kingfisher blue ground, possibly by Whitefriars, 28cm h x 15cm w x 2cm d 100 150
56 A Murano Seguso glass standing angel with raised palms and gilt inclusions, 26cm high together with two Finnish Humppila glass candlesticks from the Kivi range designed by Pertti Santalghti, one in clear glass the other with green tint to lower stem and base, both 27cm high 60 80
57 A pair of Venini-style hand-blown decanters of mallet shape with red and blue spirals and matched stoppers, 18cm and 17cm high together with a conical art glass blue ground bowl with amber coloured rim, the silver gilt pedestal base marked B & B, London and dated 1959/60 and a cranberry glass handkerchief vase with amber rim and footed base, both indistinctly signed by the same artist, 9cm and 13cm high 70 100
58 A part suite of Whitefriars ‘Glacier’ range glasses comprised of four tall glasses, four tumblers and five wine glasses, two Whitefriars ruby red small bowls both with encased bubble pattern, a pair of possibly William Wilson for Whitefriars Silver Jubilee wine glasses with conical bowls, plain stems and circular bases together with a Whitefriars green ground vase of tapering form 30 50
59 Four 20th century Italian art glass ashtrays 40 60
60 A mid-20th century green glass vase of ovoid form moulded with stylised tulips and leaves, unsigned 26cm h 40 60
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