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A large Edwardian crystal glass and silver mounted inkwell, the heavy body with hobnail cut base and internal ink liner, the silver domed lid inscribed 'Royal Military Tournament 1902 Officers Competitions Sword V Lance Mounted 3rd Prize won by Lieut C.T. Ralph R.F.A.' by John Grinsell & Sons, London 1901, 12.2.cm high, a Queen Victoria South Africa 1900 Christmas Tin, mounted to a hard wood base with four applied inscribed plaques reading 'Presented by Her Majesty the Queen to Major A Dodd Royal Army Medical Corps Natal March 21st 1900', 'Bloemfontein taken March 13th 1900', 'Transvaal Annexation Proclamation September 1st 1900' and 'Pretoria taken June 5th 1900', 20cm wide, a footed silver octagonal bowl by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1915, 12.5cm wide, approximately 4.8ozt and a silver plated wine bottle holder with pierced quatrefoil decoration and cast handles, 18cm high (4)Condition report: Chip to corner underside of inkwell base, lid detached, inscription worn Christmas Tin worn, dented and losses to printing. Tarnishing and surface marks to base and plaquesBowl rim slightly misshapenSilver plating loss to silver plated holder
Clear, heavy weighted glass Baccarat Decanter, immaculate condition. Baccarat insignia on base and at tip of stopper. Baccarat has been producing fine crystal in France's Lorraine region since 1816. Measures 14 in tall. Please note that all sales are final. No refunds will be given under any circumstances.
An 18-carat gold and crystal scent bottle (The cost of UK postage via Royal Mail Special Delivery for this lot will be £15 inc.VAT)The Auctioneer states that he does not think that there is a missing stopper. Inside the circular lid is a full-width circular glazed section which is sprung and obviously seals the scent when the top is down. Terms of condition - under a Jeweller's loupe there is a very minor surface scratch which is expected commensurate with age, no problems with the glass, no dents or major scratches to the gold and the top locates securely and steadfastly (see additional close-up images). There are no visible hallmarks.
A Stuart Crystal Fuchsia pattern pedestal bon-bon dish, others similar, some with paper labels, perfume bottles with stoppers, cruet set, boudoir candlesticks, fruit bowls, vases; jam and preserve jars and covers; a similar Royal Doulton scent atomiser, paper label; a pair of cut glass brandy balloons; qty
St Louis Crystal- a purple and clear cased and cut glass perfume bottle with stopper, approx 14cm high, Caithness 'Sea Sprite' limited edition paperweight no.57/250, signed and numbered to base, a Wedgwood glass duck ornament and various other glass bottles, etc Condition ReportPerfume bottle in overall good condition with general wear and tear. The stopper has a small chip to the top and a couple of small chips the the bottom of the stopper.
Two partly coloured overlay crystal cut vases and a glass, Val Saint Lambert, and a mirror, 20th C. -- Description: 57 x 34,5 cm (the mirror)Ê H 28 cm (the tallest vase)Ê The vase marked 'Val St Lambert'.Ê H 26 cm (the blue vase)Ê The vase marked 'Val St Lambert' and signed 'P.V.'.Ê H 22,6 cmÊ The vase marked 'Val St Lambert' and with the number '7'.Ê Ê
A suite of Waterford crystal glass, comprising 6 champagne flutes, 6 red and 6 white wine glasses, all etched Waterford, tallest 19 cm (see illustration). CONDITION REPORT: All glasses are in first class condition. They have clearly seen little use. There are no chips to either the tops, rims or bases. There are no issues at all.
A Lalique frosted glass owl, signed to the base, approximately 5.5 cm (h) and a Baccarat Crystal circular section paperweight, approximately 6 cm (d). Condition Report: One small pinhead size nick to the tail of the owl and an area of small pinhead sized marks to the top of the head which appear to be a manufacturing flaw.
British Glass, 19th and 20th century - to include a Richardsons enamel water jug, probably designed by Richard Redgrave for Henry Cole's Felix Summerleys Fine Art Manufactures, circa 1850 enamelled with bulrushes and leaves, 10" h, A/F , a Stuart crystal green tinted engraved tumbler modelled on a 18th century blackjack, commemorating Charles I, retailed by Philips of Oxford Street, engraved Rd 84495, Richardsons engraved glass finger bowls, Steven and Williams posy bowl and others (15)Location: 1:4