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English and European Ceramics and Glass

Woolley & Wallis Live Webcast Auction 17 Jun 2020 10:00 BST
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  • 51-61 Castle Street
  • Salisbury
  • Wiltshire
  • SP1 3SU
  • United Kingdom

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 30.00%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 5.94%

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A ratafia glass, c.1755-60, the slender drawn bowl with a band of vertical moulded flutes, raised on a double series opaque twist stem above a con...

A toasting glass or flute, c.1760-70, the slender drawn trumpet bowl raised on a double series opaque twist stem above a conical foot, 18.8cm.

A wine glass, c.1760-65, the ogee bowl moulded with a honeycomb design to the base, raised on a double series airtwist stem above a conical foot, ...

A wine glass, c.1760, with an ogee bowl raised on an opaque twist stem with central knop above a conical foot, 15cm. Provenance: from a private c...

A baluster wine glass, c.1740, with a bell bowl raised on a baluster stem with a large knop enclosing a tear over a conical foot, 16.5cm.

A wine glass, c.1760-70, with a rounded funnel bowl raised on an airtwist stem knopped at the shoulder and base, above a conical foot, 17.5cm.

A ratafia glass, c.1750-60, with a slender drawn trumpet bowl engraved with a continuous band of flowers, raised on a plain stem above a folded fo...

Four Continental wine glasses,, 18th century, one with a rounded funnel bowl raised on a six-sided Silesian stem on a folded foot, two with drawn ...

A dwarf ale glass, c.1770, with a flared wrythen moulded bowl raised on a short knopped stem and conical foot, a lace-maker's lamp holder with a f...

Four wine glasses, c.1760-70, two with rounded funnel bowls raised on multi series opaque twist stems, one with a bell bowl over a dense airtwist ...

Four English wine glasses, c.1750-70, two with bell bowls above opaque twist stems, one with a shoulder and central knop, another with a drawn tru...

A large ceremonial glass or goblet, 19th century, the rounded bowl engraved with the initials EAA within floral swags, raised on a faceted stem, a...

Three rummers, late 18th/19th century, one cut with a continuous design above a faceted bowl base and short knopped stem, one on a lemon squeezer ...

A coloured twist wine glass, c.1760, with a bell bowl raised on a stem enclosing blue, red, green and white threads encircling a gauze core above ...

A massive ceremonial glass or goblet, mid 18th century, the drawn trumpet bowl probably later engraved in the Jacobite manner with a rose spray, o...

A cordial glass, c.1740-50, the small rounded funnel bowl engraved with a large sunflower, raised on a plain stem above a domed foot, 17cm. Paper...

A wine glass, c.1760, with a generous rounded funnel bowl engraved with a continuous band of flowers, raised on a dense airtwist stem above a high...

A gin glass and a wine glass, c.1760-70, each with a drawn trumpet bowl above a plain stem, the wine glass stem enclosing a single tear, both abov...

A large wine glass or goblet, c.1760, with a generous rounded funnel bowl raised on a knopped dense airtwist stem above a folded helmet foot, 18.5...

A small Lynn wine glass, c.1760, the rounded funnel bowl moulded with horizontal ribs and raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 12.4cm.

A small wine or dram glass, c.1750-60, with a drawn trumpet bowl rising from a thick airtwist stem, 10.5cm.

A firing or dram glass, c.1760, with a rounded funnel bowl raised on a double series opaque twist stem above a thick foot, 10cm. Provenance: from...

Two wine glasses, c.1760, one with an ogee bowl above a knopped opaque twist stem, the other with a rounded funnel bowl over a double series opaqu...

A large Irish cut glass footed bowl, 19th century, of ogee form, cut with a narrow diamond band above wide lappets, raised on a short knopped stem...

Six English sealed wine bottles, late 18th/19th century, two applied with varying seals inscribed 'Coll Eman', two with the letters 'ASCR' for All...

An English wine bottle, c.1660-70, of shaft and globe type, the tapering neck with a significant lean, topped with a wide string rim, with shallow...

A Union decanter, c.1820, the tall pinched-waist form of a pale green metal, inscribed in gilt relief to each side with four lines of a verse feat...

A pair of black glass enamelled vases, 2nd half 19th century, of flattened baluster form, painted with sparrows perched on spindly branches above ...

Ten Bohemian glass goblets, late 19th/20th century, possibly Moser, the rounded bowls flashed and cut with rectangular panels of pale cranberry be...

Two large cut glass vases, late 19th century, both flashed in red, one cut with a repeated star motif, the other with circles below a foliate bord...

A pair of Bohemian opaline glass vases, 19th century, each painted with a continuous band of flowers including narcissus, convolvulus, poppy and r...

A soda glass vase, 19th century, the amber body enamelled with a continuous scene of British naval officers standing on the hard while sailors in ...

Literature: Sabine Baumgärtner 'Porträtgläser', The British Museum 'Masterpieces of Glass', Evelyn Campbell Cloak 'Glass Paperweights', L M Bicker...

A large Richardson millefiori paperweight, 19th century, enclosing five concentric rows of canes in blue, red, white and turquoise around a centra...

A glass cut glass scent bottle, late 18th century, of flattened oval form, gilded probably in the London atelier of James Giles with flower sprays...

An enamelled glass wine taster, 19th century, probably Russian, the squat circular form finely enamelled in the Islamic manner with formal flowerh...

Twelve glass wine tasters, 19th and 20th centuries, most of shallow circular form, two engraved with flower panels, one gilded with continuous gra...

A very rare façon de Venise carafe or ewer for the Austrian market, c.1560-90, Italian, the body of a rich blue glass, with cold-painted gilt and ...

A Venetian glass or winged goblet, probably 18th century, the wide shallow bowl with 'combed' latticino decoration, raised on a baluster stem appl...

A façon de Venise winged goblet, 17th/18th century, Venice or Low Countries, the wide shallow bowl moulded with vertical flutes, the bowl with di...

A façon de Venise glass flacon and cover and matching tazza, 17th/18th century, the flacon of pear-shape and applied with clear glass scroll handl...

A Venetian Chalcedony footed bowl, 17th century or later, the wide funnel bowl marbled with striations of brown, lilac and pale green, the sides a...

A pair of Staffordshire enamel candlesticks, c.1770, of spiral moulded form, painted in puce camaieu with sprays of flowers and small scattered sp...

A large pair of Staffordshire enamel candlesticks, c.1770, the lobed bases painted with scenes of sheep amidst trees and Classical ruins, within g...

A small pair of Staffordshire enamel candlesticks, c.1770, the hexagonal feet printed and coloured with scenes of figures on horseback and tending...

A pair of C J Mason's Ironstone vases and covers, c.1820-30, finely decorated with colourful peacocks perched among the branches of flowering peon...

A pair of large glazed stoneware ewers, 19th century, probably French, after a design by Clodion, moulded with Bacchanalian scenes beneath a large...

A garniture of three Sèvres-style ormolu-mounted tazzae, 19th century, each formed of a reticulated bowl or basket, the rim painted with panels of...

A pair of Continental porcelain baskets, 19th century, after Meissen, the rococo forms pierced to the sides, painted with panels of flowers and ap...

A set of four large Royal Worcester figures of the Seasons, c.1968, modelled by Sir Arnold Machin (1911-99), from a limited edition series made ex...

A Spode three vase garniture, c.1820, comprising a câchepot and stand and a pair of flared spill vases, all painted with continuous bands of flowe...

A pair of Flight, Barr and Barr Worcester armorial soup plates, c.1820-30, probably for Thomas Walmsley, the wells painted with a quartered shield...

Four delftware plates, mid 18th century, one Bristol and painted with a fisherman in a typical landscape within a bianco-sopra-bianco border, anot...

Four delftware plates, c.1740-60, two painted in blue with differing designs of flowering Oriental plants, two with geometric flowerhead designs, ...

Four Bristol delftware plates, c.1760-70, two painted with figures in boats and fishing before buildings and a tall tree, another with a large pin...

Four Delft 'Merry Man' plates, late 17th century, each well inscribed in Dutch with a line from the 'Merry Man' rhyme, within a continuous leaf bo...

A pair of delftware soup plates, c.1760, each painted in blue with a bird in flight above peony and rockwork, another bird perched on flowering pr...

A pair of Lambeth delftware plates, c.1750-60, each painted with a Chinese lady holding a fan and standing beneath curved branches, predominantly ...

A pair of delftware plates, c.1710-20, possibly London, painted in blue, green, red and manganese, each with a bird perched on branches of floweri...

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