Tuesday 24 & Wednesday 25 July: Country House Sale


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Glass


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Showing 1 to 13 of 13 lots

Lot No.DescriptionIllustration
160Lot 160 details & condition report or notes
Seven Georgian drinking glasses with faceted bowls of various sizes, other drinking glasses to include cordial glasses, etched glasses, champagne coupes and a Georgian firing glass
Estimate £40 - 60 plus fees

161Lot 161 details
An early 19th Century glass tankard with pewter mounts and enamelled decoration of a fruit picker, the pewter lid initialled and dated 1821, 23.5cm high
Estimate £150 - 200 plus fees

162Lot 162 details
A cut glass table service of approximately sixty pieces
Estimate £100 - 150 plus fees

163Lot 163 details
A group of mainly 19th Century glassware, to include a clear glass jar and cover painted fruiting vines in deep red and a cut glass footed sweetmeat dish and cover
Estimate £60 - 80 plus fees

164Lot 164 details & condition report or notes
Three Continental glass candlesticks with faceted stems and domed feet, 25cm high
Estimate £60 - 80 plus fees

165Lot 165 details & condition report or notes
A large glass vase and cover cut with a wide border of stars, 38cm high
Estimate £300 - 400 plus fees

166Lot 166 details & condition report or notes
Four English balustroid wine glasses, circa 1750, each bell bowl engraved with a band of fruiting vines, 16.25cm high/
Estimate £300 - 500 plus fees

167Lot 167 details
An English wine glass, circa 1770, the bowl engraved with a floral band on a faceted stem, 13.5cm high
Estimate £40 - 60 plus fees

168Lot 168 details & condition report or notes
An English glass goblet, circa 1750, the large bucket bowl on a plain straight stem, 18.5cm high and another circa 1770, the large bucket bowl on a double-series opaque twist stem, 18cm high
Estimate £100 - 150 plus fees

169Lot 169 details
An Elizabeth II commemorative glass goblet, by Thomas Goode & Co., engraved for the 1953 Coronation, the stem with a hollow knop containing a silver coin, Thomas Goode inscription to foot, numbered 97, 24cm high
Estimate £50 - 70 plus fees

170Lot 170 details
A Continental glass decanter, probably Spanish circa 1800, of shouldered hexagonal form, engraved with a foliate design, together with a green glass ribbed flask, the tallest 24cm high
Estimate £20 - 30 plus fees

171Lot 171 details
Two glass paperweights, both with floral and twisted cane decoration, the largest 7cm diameter
Estimate £50 - 70 plus fees

172Lot 172 details & condition report or notes
An 18th Century glass loving cup with scroll handles and lobed base, 12.5cm high and sundry 18th Century glasses
Estimate £80 - 120 plus fees


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