Silver mounted tapered glass spirit decanter, together with a silver gilt mounted glass scent bottle (2)Condition report: No chips or cracks. Just some minor scratching and a couple of fleabites.Tapered decanter measures 21.5cm high including the stopper. Silver collar hallmarked Birmingham 1904.Contemporarty squared scent bottle measures 14.5cm high including the stopper. Silver collar hallmarked Birmingham 2003
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Sundry ceramics and glass, to include 19th century Copeland majolica pot and cover, Newhall cream jug, Royal Lancastrian candlestick, Carh pottery vase, other items Condition report: Candlestick top has some evidence of possible restoration, cat vase has some crazing, glass flagon has some minor nicks to the stopper, Chinese vase is cracked, Majolica pot is crazed and has an area of possible restoration to cover, end of glass bellows may have been broken as is rough, figure of a man has badly chipped hat and some signs of discolouration to glaze, pearlware bowl chipped and crazed.
Group of antique glassware to include cut glass decanter and other antique drinking glassesCondition report: The taller decanter has multiple chips to glass stopper. Three of the smaller port glasses with round bases have chips to base rim. One liqueur glass with square base has one edge chipped off. Some of the glasses have surface scratching to bedside of bases. All other glass ware appears to be in good condition with no obvious damage. (See additional images for damage mentioned)
Costume jewellery including Victorian silver brooch, silver locket on chain, pair silver mounted agate screw back earrings, two silver overlaid glass scent bottles, other scent bottles and various wristwatchesCondition report: Rounded silver mounted bottle with no stopper- stamped ‘STERLING’ near base. Other silver mounted small rectangular scent bottle is marked on the back 925 (see additional images of both marks)
A George III miniature tortoiseshell scent bottle holder, the case of tapering form with an inlaid silver oval to each side and sprays of flowers, initialled in italics, the clear bottle lacking stopper, 4.5cm high CONDITION REPORT: Small chip to tortoiseshell at top edge. Lid fits snugly. Glass bottle lacks stopper. Very minor scratches in line with age and usage.
AN ART NOUVEAU SILVER-MOUNTED CRANBERRY GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1906, cylindrical with hobnail cut shoulder, the clear stopper faceted, the pierced silver sleeve embossed with stylised foliage. 12cm highThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks clear and well struck to base of sleeve, lightly rubbed to bottle collar. Stands upright, does not rock. Various dings to collar. A couple of minor fleabites to glass stopper and hobnail shoulder of bottle. Light surface scratches commensurate with use.
A good selection of glassware to include an early 19th century cut-glass mallet-shaped decanter with mushroom stopper, a heavy faceted baluster-shaped wine jug with spire stopper, a shaft and globe-style hand-cut decanter having two silver Madeira wine labels, other similar related glassware etc.
A pair of early 20th century spherical cut-glass silver-mounted scents; the hinged lids decorated in repoussé style with vacant cartouches and gilt interiors, the silver neck ferrules with maker's mark CM and assayed Birmingham 1909, small cut-glass stoppers, hobnail-cut bodies and star-cut bases (10cm high) Condition Report: 1st scent has minor scratching to underside and bottom, stopper appears good and body good too - silver is dark and hallmarks legible. The 2nd scent is noted that there is an indentation to the top of the silver lid on the outside on one half, the stopper in good condition, the glass is scratched to the underside. No major problems or condition issues overall.
A good selection of glassware etc. to include four late 19th/early 20th century silver-plated mounted cut-glass claret jugs (plate worn), various decanters and carafes etc. including a waisted Arts and Crafts-style example with gilded decoration of ducks on a pond and windmills etc. (good selection)Condition Report: 1st box - there four silver plated mounted claret jugs - on all of the claret jugs the silver plate has mostly worn away. The three tapering conical examples all appear to be in good condition. The small spherical example also looks in good condition. Other associated items - a globe and shaft carafe decanter appear OK, a late 20th century example encrusted with flowers which is OK, a moulded biscuit barrel looks reasonable, a globe and shaft decanter without stopper, several other decanters which appear in good overall condition. 2nd box - a large and heavy circular glass vase which has several chips around the rim but could be ground down, a heavy cut-glass jug in good order (probably early 20th century), three hock glasses with spiral twist stems and sundae dishes and four conical shaped sherry (?) glasses in good order and two vinegar-style bottles on good condition etc.
A set of eight early 19th-century glass decanters and one further similar decanter,the set of faceted form with globular stoppers, four with silver decanter labels, together with a further 19th-century glass decanter with flattened stopper,tallest 26cm high (9)Part of a Herefordshire Country House Estate Condition report: 1 small decanter with large chip to stopper , 1 small decanter with two nibbles to base rim, 1 small decanter with 1 tiny nibble to base rim. Fourth small decanter undamaged. Two of these have some brown discolouration to the neck from contents and the decanter without contents shows some signs of clouding to the glass.Larger decanters - 1 with chipped stopper, some pitting to collar; 1 with nibbled underside of stopper and eight small nibbles to the faceted edges on the upper section of the decanter; 1 decanter with two small nibbles to stopper, two chips to faceted edges on body and further small nibbles in the same area; 1 decanter with two rim chips to stopper underside and three small nibbles to upper edges of decanter.Final single decanter- associated stopper has underside chip, staining and sediment to interior and a knock to one upper edge of body, further small nibbles to edges All decanter have scratches and general wear to the underside of the bases
Four Chinese snuff bottles, Qing DynastyIncluding an internally painted glass bottle with polished coral stopper, 7.5cm, a blue and white porcelain bottle modelled as four fish, 7.5cm, a shagreen bottle of lobed spade form with agate stopper, 7cm, and a Tibetan white metal mounted and jewelled horn bottle, 8cm. (4)
A pair of early 19th century Anglo-Irish spirit flasks with crest engraved silver lids, 7cm wide x 10cm high, two large cut glass fruit bowls, a pair of plain decanters and three further decanters, (1 x lacking stopper)Condition report: One flask has lost the internal stopper and has a crack to the silver cap. One decanter has no stopper. No damages to the glass bowls.
A SELECTION OF SILVER ITEMS, to include a small silver trophy cup, engraved 'Replica of Harefield Legion Relay Challenge Cup' with a circular beaded rim base, hallmarked Sheffield 1923, a wavy edge and foliate engraved napkin ring hallmarked Sheffield 1904, a foliate engraved napkin ring hallmarked Birmingham 1910, a pair of Victorian sugar tongs hallmarked London 1858, a mustard with spoon and blue glass lining, hallmarked Birmingham, together with a small round cut glass jar with a silver lid hallmarked London (broken stopper inside neck) approximate gross weight 155.9 grams, 5.01ozt
A GROUP OF LATE VICTORIAN AND 20TH CENTURY GLASSWARE, including a Waterford Crystal quartz clock, bears etched mark to the underside and adhesive label to the back, height 18cm, a cranberry glass bowl, diameter 13cm, a Royal Brierley Studio white flecked and iridescent vase, height 8.5cm, a Mdina squat vase with white, pink and blue flecks, height 9.5cm, a pair of orange carnival glass vases and a 1930's bulbous claret jug and stopper, black Art Deco style decoration, the stopper with chipped base, a boxed pair of John Jenkins Ruby Royal wine glasses, etc (14)
THREE BOXES AND LOOSE GLASSWARE AND CERAMICS, including a stoneware flagon, height 37cm, a stoneware hot water jug, chamber pot, wash jug, a small quantity of Wedgwood bone china and jasperware giftware, Sylvac dog finial butter dish badly damaged, glass fruit bowl, stoneware and Studio pottery, demi john, decanter and stopper, goldfish bowl, etc (three boxes and loose)
A SMALL QUANTITY OF BOXED AND LOOSE GLASSWARE, including a boxed set of five tumblers in an Edinburgh Crystal box, and one other glass, a preserve jar and cover with glass spoon, a boxed set of five small wine glasses in an Edinburgh Crystal box, a set of six brandy glasses, a decanter and stopper, etc (13)
House of Commons 8 year old Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40%vol, House of Commons London Dry Gin, 75cl, 40%vol and a bottle of Carlos I Imperial Brandy De Jerez Pedro Domecq, 70cl, in card box with glass stopper (3)Click here to view further images, condition reports, sale times & delivery costs for this lot.
A METAL TOPPED GLASS BASED CLARET JUG together with a glass funnel and various decanters & stoppersCondition: plated handle jug is ok, three ring necks, stopper stuck in, pair squat base, stoppers don’t feel to fit right & chip to one neck. Larger squat base looks good. Small heavily cut has big chip to neck and no stopper. Moulded Line one looks ok. Fluted cut one looks good.
Three 'Billy and Charley' medallions, to include a lead medallion depicting a king's head, 1390 and a figure to the reverse holding up a decapitated head, each 10cms high; a silver coloured stamped French medal front depicting the battle of Marengo after Andrieu, gilt frame 20.5cms wide; a Harvard medallion; a framed Russian copper medallion and a white metal and carved reliquary marked Tutill London, modern frame; a mahogany framed gilt metal plaque of toping man with pipe; a small green glass and brass perfume bottle; a small resin figure of a Buddha; a horn miniature bottle and stopper; a pink crystal quartz fragment (quantity) Condition Report: Medallions- artificially aged Silver single side medallion front- slight tarnishing- glued back Copper medallion- sealed in frame Tutill looks incomplete- later frame Toping man- may well be a 20th century plaque - but set into an older frame- which is falling apart Condition Report Disclaimer