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An exceptional Venetian enamelled and gilded pilgrim flask, late 15th or early 16th century Of typical flattened ovoid bottle form with a tall sle...

A Venetian enamelled glass goblet or reliquary, late 16th century Cylindrical with a flanged base, cold-painted in black with a continuous Bacchan...

A Venetian opalescent glass dish or stand, circa 1700 Of twelve-sided circular form with a flat folded rim, moulded with twelve radiating ribs aro...

A very rare wine glass, circa 1725-30 The bell bowl with a solid base, set on an unusual teared and finely annulated swelling stem, with a small b...

A fine light baluster coin wine glass, circa 1740 The bell bowl set on a hollow ball knop containing a George II silver Maundy penny dated 1735, o...

An engraved 'Friendly Hunt' firing glass of Jacobite interest, circa 1750 The drawn trumpet bowl inscribed 'THE FRIENDLY HUNT' flanking a floral s...

Five engraved opaque twist glasses, circa 1765 On double-series stems and conical feet, comprising a pair of wine glasses, the ovoid bowls with a ...

Six glasses with twist stems, circa 1765 Comprising an opaque twist goblet, the generous ovoid bowl engraved with a band of fruiting vine below th...

Two sweetmeat glasses, circa 1740 and 1760 Comprising a baluster sweetmeat with a lipped double ogee bowl set on a double collar, above a beaded k...

An airtwist wine glass of Jacobite interest and a cordial glass, circa 1750 With slightly flared bucket bowls on double-series stems and conical f...

Three moulded opaque twist glasses, circa 1765 On double-series stems and conical feet, comprising a 'Lynn' glass with an ogee bowl with a series ...

An engraved 'Sober Club' wine glass of Scottish interest, dated 1758 The drawn trumpet bowl inscribed 'SOBER CLUB 1758' within a cartouche of cros...

An engraved electioneering goblet, dated 1761 Of very pale amethyst tint, the generous ogee bowl inscribed 'Success to Sir Francis Knollys 1761' f...

A fine Beilby enamelled opaque twist wine glass, circa 1765 The round funnel bowl painted in opaque white with a long-tailed 'fancy bird', possibl...

A Beilby enamelled opaque twist wine glass, circa 1765 The round funnel bowl painted with fruiting vine in opaque white, the double-series stem en...

An opaque twist deceptive or toastmaster's cordial glass, circa 1760 The thick-walled deceptive lipped ogee bowl moulded with basal flutes, the do...

A rare engraved airtwist capillaire glass, circa 1750 The drawn trumpet bowl inscribed 'Capillaire' within a wreath of tied foliage, on a multi-sp...

An engraved armorial opaque twist wine glass of Jacobite interest, circa 1765 The ogee bowl with the arms of the Sea Serjeants supported by a bird...

A good composite-stemmed light baluster wine goblet, circa 1755-65 The generous round funnel bowl on a beaded knop, a triple-annulated knop, and a...

A Giles gilded opaque twist wine goblet and an ale glass, circa 1765 Decorated in the London workshop of James Giles, the goblet with a generous r...

A pink colour twist wine glass, circa 1765 The ogee bowl on a stem with a pair of opaque white spiral tapes both edged on one side in translucent ...

A blue colour twist wine glass, circa 1765 The round funnel bowl moulded with fine flutes around the lower part, the stem with a white spiral ribb...

An engraved political commemorative facet-stem wine glass, circa 1775-80 The ovoid bowl inscribed 'WILKES & LIBERTY', the reverse with bird in fli...

A fine north-eastern rummer from the Lambton Service, circa 1823 From the Wear Flint Glassworks, Sunderland, the flared bucket bowl deeply cut all...

A part suite of engraved glasses of Royal Russian significance, circa 1900 Probably for Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich of Russia, with the cipher...

An unusual Stourbridge engraved spouted ewer, circa 1880 Of ovoid form with an everted pouring lip, loop handle and long slender spout, decorated ...

A pair of Bohemain 'Annagrun' cut glass vases, second half 19th century Of campana or thistle shape, the scalloped 'turn-over' rims cut with panel...

A pair of Bohemian overlay glass lustres, circa 1850-70 In light green glass overlaid in opaque white, the baluster stems with four overlay leaf-s...

Three French patterned millefiori paperweights, circa 1850 Comprising a Baccarat weight with two evenly-formed trefoil garlands, one blue, the oth...

A Baccarat concentric millefiori mushroom paperweight, circa 1850 The finely constructed tuft set with a central arrowhead cluster in red, white a...

A small Clichy concentric millefiori paperweight, circa 1850 With five well-constructed rows of various canes in red, green, pink, blue and white,...

A Clichy spaced millefiori chequer exhibition paperweight, circa 1851 The central cogged cane within two neat rows of assorted colourful canes pla...

A London Delftware Queen Anne charger, circa 1702-14 Possibly Norfolk House, painted with a full length portrait of the Queen, holding the orb and...

A good English Delftware pomegranate charger, circa 1670-90 London or possibly Brislington, boldly painted with three orange stylised fruit on a b...

An attractive Bristol delftware dish, circa 1740 Possibly Temple Back or Limekiln Lane, vibrantly painted with a three-tiered landscape spanning t...

A rare pair of English delftware wall pockets, circa 1760 Probably Liverpool, modelled as fish, the scales and fins moulded in high relief and cha...

A very rare creamware 'Step' Toby jug, circa 1780 Of traditional form, seated and holding a jug in his slightly raised left hand, smoking a long p...

A very rare marked Wood Family Toby Jug and cover of 'Mould 51' type, circa 1790 Of traditional form and crisply modelled, seated and holding a fo...

A very rare 'Fiddler' Toby Jug and cover from the 'Midshipman Family', circa 1785 Attributed to Jacob Marsh, seated and playing a violin, wearing ...

A fine 'Lord Rodney' Toby Jug and cover from the 'Midshipman Family', circa 1785 Attributed to Jacob Marsh, seated and holding a pale blue jug in ...

A Wood Family Toby Jug, circa 1785-90 Of traditional form, seated and holding a foaming jug in his left hand, his right arm raised to support a to...

A rare creamware 'Roman Nose' Toby Jug, circa 1790 Of traditional form with a distinctive 'Roman Nose' bearing a wart, smoking a pipe, an overflow...

A Wood Family 'Long Face' Toby Jug, circa 1785 Of traditional form, seated and with a foaming jug resting on his left knee, his right arm raised t...

A Creamware 'Village Idiot' Toby Jug, circa 1790 Of traditional form, seated and holding a foaming jug in both hands, a small pipe resting at his ...

A very rare creamware 'Tipsy Man' Toby Jug, circa 1785 Modelled without a base and supported by the splayed feet of the chair in which he sits, ho...

A rare Wood Family 'Shield' Toby jug, circa 1785 Based upon the traditional model, seated and grasping an empty jug with both hands, a pipe to his...

A slip-decorated Toby Jug, circa 1800 Perhaps Bovey Tracey, of traditional form, a foaming glass raised in his right hand, a jug resting on his le...

An unusual Prattware 'Bespectacled' Toby Jug, circa 1800 Of traditional form, seated and grasping a foaming jug in both hands, wearing yellow bree...

A 'Collier' Toby Jug, circa 1790 Of traditional form, seated and with a foaming jug in both hands resting on his left knee, a small barrel between...

A Portobello type Toby Jug, circa 1835 Of traditional form, seated and holding a wine glass in his left hand and a wine bottle in his right, weari...

A bearded Prattware Toby Jug and cover, circa 1800 Of traditional form, seated and using both gloved hands to steady a small foaming jug which res...

A Prattware 'Hearty Good Fellow' Toby Jug, circa 1800 Modelled holding a foaming jug in his right hand and a pipe in his left held close to his ch...

A rare Prattware 'Thin Boy' Toby Jug, circa 1790-1800 Seated in a green upright chair with his feet resting on a small step, grasping a foaming ju...

A Wood Family 'Thin Man' Toby Jug, circa 1785-90 Seated in an upright chair picked out in green with his feet resting on a step, a small brown jug...

A very rare Prattware 'Postillion' Toby Jug and cover, circa 1800-10 Modelled seated on a chair with a high scrolled back, the pot-bellied coachma...

A very rare Prattware 'Bottle' Toby Jug, circa 1800 Modelled seated and with a lop-sided stare, holding a long square bottle between his legs in h...

A pearlware 'Squire' Toby jug, circa 1790 Seated on a handsome corner chair, the mottled brown foaming mug of beer in his right hand resting on hi...

A rare and impressive Wood Family 'Prince Hal' Toby Jug, circa 1785 Modelled as a portly figure seated on a rock, head turned and gazing up to his...

A Staffordshire pearlware 'Double Base' Toby jug, circa 1790 Of traditional form, seated on a rare 'Double Base' washed in light brown, a large ju...

A Wood Family Toby Jug, circa 1790 Of traditional form, seated and with a small barrel resting between his feet and a pipe at his side, a brown ju...

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