Victorian emerald green glass Mary Gregory style water jug, together with other Victorian and later coloured glasswareCondition report: Nailsea glass crimped edge dish- a couple of scratches to paintwork but overall good, no visible chips or cracks.Nailsea glass small light shade- few nibbles to the small top rim, otherwise good. Lamp- good condition, no visible chips to cracks.
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A collection of 19th century and later coloured glassware, to include Bristol, a Nailsea type vase, 17cm high, Mary Gregory and a 19th century blue glass rolling pinCondition report: All the pieces are scratched and dirty and have signs of use and wear. Nailsea has a crack within the body. Both decanters are quite obviously scratched. These were removed from a local house clearance in Suffolk.
A 19th century Mary Gregory type green glass claret jug, decorated with a youth amongst countryside, 21cm high (matched stopper), together with a pair of Nailsea glass bottle vases, in ruby tinted glass with enclosed stripes and patches of white and ruby enamels, 22.5cm high, and an amethyst glass carafe, 29.5cm high, to the present owner by family descent, Norman W. Webber author of Collecting Glass
POSTCARDS - SOMERSET Approximately 165 cards, comprising real photographic views of houses at Brean Down (by Pearson); Woodbridge Road, Winscombe; and Edington Village; with views of North Curry (publ. by Giblett, North Curry); Francisian Convent, Taunton (two different); Beach Hotel, Minehead (by Hole, Williton); The Batch, Nailsea; Wesleyan Church, High Street, Wincanton; Waterrow Village, Wiveliscombe; and others, (loose).
Seven Victorian green glass beakers, eight various cut glass champagne saucers, six brandy balloons, various antique decanter stoppers, two glass funnels, finger bowls, blending bowl, Nailsea blue glass liners, pair of Regency navette open salts (2 boxes)Please note that all lots are second hand and may include faults, damage, chips etc. Due to the nature of this auction it is impossible to record individual condition reports and buyers must remember this when bidding.
An early Victorian hand blown milk glass vase, of raised wrythen twisted form, possibly Stourbridge or Nailsea, 19cm tall, together with a blue glass jug of wrythen form, possibly Nailsea or Bristol, 8 cm tall, a 20th century Murano type glass bud vase in spiral blue and white coloured glass 10 cm tall and a glass cake stand 25 by 16cm. (4)
A late 18th / early 19th century small Nailsea glass drinking mug, of globular shape, bronze green decorated with spattered white enamel pattern, and thread to the neck and handle, 10cm high (a/f), together with an early 19th century boot shaped stirrup glass, in amethyst glass, 10cm, to the present owner by family descent, Norman W. Webber author of Collecting Glass