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Lot 388

A rare salt glazed two tone stoneware presentation jug - Guernsey interest, of conical form with flared rim and loop handle, transfer printed to the side with a glass tumbler with indistinct inscription above a maple leaf with inscription 'PRESENTED BY THE GUERNSEY BREWERY Co. Ltd ...?...', 7in. (17.8cm.) high. **Condition: One tiny nibble 2/3mm to spout, otherwise excellent. 

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Lot 591

A collection of Whitefriars glass vases, to include a cinnamon coffin vase by Geoffrey Baxter, 5¼in (13.4cm.) high; ruby red Knobbly vase by William Wilson and Harry Dyer, 9½in. (24.2cm.) high; ruby red tumbler vase with wave ribbed pattern by Marriot Powel, 10in. (25.4cm.) high; amber ribbed vase, together with two other vases of varying designs. (6)

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Lot 59

Polished pewter double litre lidded jug stamped F. Boulanget, pewter water carrier and tumbler with glass bottom. Condition reports are not available for Interiors sales.

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Lot 263

BOHEMIA CRYSTAL TO INCLUDE SET OF 4 TUMBLER SET OF 4 TALL GLASSES AND 3 WINE GLASSES ALL BOXED

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Lot 2055

Late 19th/early 20th century ivory cylindrical canister, the pull off cover set with carved monogram MT, height 5.5cm, and containing a Continental gilt lined silver tumbler cup with embossed foliate rim and matching initialled cartouche, height 4cm, weight approx 17gms (2)

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Lot 199

A 19th century glass Masonic tumbler, engraved with Masonic emblems around a cross with 'OF GA O', probably for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 11.5cm high

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Lot 202

An early 19th century tumbler, possibly Stoubridge, engraved 'SUCCESS TP MELTON HUNT TALLY HO!!', with moulded mask detail to underside of base, 8.5cm high

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Lot 246

A collection of glassware , early 20th century to include predominately Royal Brierley Stourbridge amber coloured glass, comprising a set of four footed decanters with cut lens and star motif, a similar smaller decanter and a claret jug, together with a conical vase, a tumbler, wine glasses, etc

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Lot 188

A SET OF THREE ENGRAVED MASONIC TUMBLERS, star motif with central beehive and working tools, together with one other TUMBLER having a more complex Masonic image with tiled floor, compass and set square, all seeing eye etc. (4)

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Lot 151

A silver tumbler cup 2.5ozt together with a small box of costume jewellery

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Lot 553

A EUROPEAN ENGRAVED GLASS BEAKER SHAPED VASE. H 21cms. A TWO HANDLED GLOBE AND SHAFT DECANTER, A STANDING SHELL SHAPED BOWL. H 13cms AND AN ENGRAVED BEER TUMBLER INITIALLED TP.

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Lot 102

A Small Quantity of Militaria, including a pair of embroidered cloth shoulder titles to the Perth Regiment, Canada, a shoulder patch to Wallasey, cap badges including Lancashire Fusiliers, RFC and RAF, buttons, King's silver war badge, a gilt metal powder compact with badge to the Scots Guards, a an officer's plated collapsible tumbler cup in leather case etc

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Lot 438

Box of assorted china to include; graduated set of 19th Century oriental design dresser jugs, commemorative tumbler, commemorative mugs, water pourers etc.(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)

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Lot 319

Assorted group of wares, to include:- a silver plated and glass salt shaker, a carved horn tumbler, brass seals, matchboxes and other items

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Lot 304

Silver mounted spirit decanter and tumbler set with solid silver measure and in burr woos presentation box.

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Lot 773

WHITEFRIARS AND WEDGWOOD GLASS to include a ruby tricorn vase, 6 inch bark vase, nailhead vase, knobbly bowl, control bubble bowl, 8 inch ribbed tumbler vase, blue hambone, blue bubble bowl, Wedgwood Squirrel and Cat and Pukeberg glass Polar Bear (11)

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Lot 428

A MOCHA WARE TORTOISESHELL PATTERN TUMBLER CUP, 19TH CENTURY, tapering cylindrical form. 7cm

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Lot 476

A SUITE OF LATE 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND CUT CRYSTAL comprising six large tumblers, 14.5cm high, fifteen wine glasses, 13cm high, fourteen sherry glasses, 11.5cm high, two decanters and fourteen dishes, all with the initials FAH which is for Ferdinand and Adele Heilborn, of Bradford, Yorkshire, who married in 1871 (51) Condition Report: tumbler with minimal damage to points. wine glasses - two with chips to foot rims. decanters - one has a chip to base rim, both have slight blooming to inside. dishes - one has a large chip to rim, the others have some small chips to edges. sherry glasses - five have chips to either top or base rim. Most pieces have some damage to the cut points on the crosshatching.

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Lot 172

MAUCHLINE TUMBLER HOLDER with Harwich Esplanade transfer, also acorn design thimble holder, card case and puzzle box

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Lot 6

MICHAEL CARDEW, stoneware tumbler and narrow necked specimen vase both with Wenford Bridge and Michael Cardew seals

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Lot 61

A Lalique crystal swallows high ball tumbler, etched Lalique France, 13cm high.Illustrated.

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Lot 750

ASPREYA FINE BRASS-CORNERED OAK AND LEATHER PORTABLE DRINKS CABINET,approx. 31in. x 9 1/2in. x 10 1/2in., oak frame with brass hinges and locking bar, fold-down maroon baize-lined front tray blocked for six tumblers, with brass support hinges and brass locking catches, two Baccarat 'Perfection' collection clear crystal 25.4oz. whiskey decanters with diamond cut bevelled stopper crowns, removable maroon baize-lined oak tumbler tray with six clear crystal tumblers, with a further six tumblers compartmented below, three baize-lined lidded accoutrement compartments, gold-tooled Asprey (165-169 New Bond Street London) trade label, brass lock (with key), the lid with blank central brass escutcheon, the sides with flush-fitting carry handles

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Lot 1499

An Art Nouveau Pen Tray, of sinuous design, stamped number "168"; set of six hallmarked silver coffee spoons, napkin rings, christening tumbler, circular tray, etc.

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Lot 372

A Glass Tumbler, mid 19th century, of slightly shaped cylindrical form, engraved with a monogram and with hops and barley, 13.5cm high; A Crested Wine Glass, the bell shaped bowl engraved with a butterfly amongst foliage, on a double knopped air twist stem and circular foot, engraved with a crest, 21cm high; Two Goblets, with engraved decoration; A Rummer; A Mug; A Small Wine Glass; and An Ale Flute (8)

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Lot 376

A Regency Glass Tumbler, circa 1820, engraved with a sailing ship beneath an iron bridge, the reverse with a monogram, 11cm high

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Lot 139

1976 Winter Olympics at Innsbruck, pewter tumbler by Rein-Zinn featuring German Medal winners 8.5cm high, three Berlin Olympics commemorative medals, eleven various badges relating to Olympics, including Moscow 1980.

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Lot 157

A Waterford Crystal set of 5 whiskey tumblers; 4 similar tumblers; a large single tumbler

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Lot 261

An Art Glass clear and blue cup-shaped bowl on stem 18cm, three tall ovoid-bowl wine glasses, 23cm, tumbler 10cm and a vase 9cm (6)

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Lot 2271

Three Elizabeth II Silver Tumbler-Cups, One by C. J. Vander, Sheffield, 1997; One by Whitehill Silver and Plate Co., London, 2004 and One by Francis Howard, Sheffield, 2010, Britannia Standard, plain circular on rounded base, 6.5cm diam. and smaller, 6oz 15dwt (3)

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Lot 749

Boxed Jack Daniels Whisky Tumbler Set

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Lot 271

A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY CHESSBOARD/BACKGAMMON BOX, the top with boxwood and rosewood board within thin parquetry inlaid stringing and cross-grained mahogany border, the interior conformingly inlaid for backgammon, 44.5cm wide; together with a weighted Staunton pattern chess set, boxwood and ebony, quantity of turned draughts pieces, pair of tumbler cups and dice

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Lot 613

A George III silver tumbler cup, quite plain, 5cm high, Thomas Wallis I, London 1773

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Lot 149

RUSSIAN ENGRAVED GLASS TUMBLER 18TH CENTURY of tapered cylindrical form, depicting the Imperial eagle within a starburst reserve(13.5cm high)

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Lot 1004

A Phoenician glass tumbler, second century BC-6th century AD, of cylindrical tapering form decorated with three face masks between flowering branches all beneath a wavy yellow and white band. 8.7 cm tall, 7 cm wide. CONDITION REPORT: There is some calcified residue on the interior but nothing too detrimental. There is a very fine crack running on the exterior 1 cm from the rim which has been produced in manufacture. There appear to be no post production chips, cracks or flaws visible. There are a few very small minor flakes to the body. Overall it appears to be in good decorative order.

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Lot 163

A PARCEL OF MIXED GLASSWARE including cranberry, Mary Gregory style, boxed tumbler set ETC

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Lot 508

An English glass tumbler engraved with two cartouches each containing a turreted fort between two stylized borders c.1800, 10cm.Condition report intended as a guide only.Good condition. No chips or cracks. 

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Lot 504

A copper small saucepan and lid, jug and tumbler

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Lot 231

A mixed lot consisting a Roman knee brooch of probable continental extraction (c. 2nd century AD) and a tumbler-lock slide key decorated with an incised saltire on one face (c. AD 43-410). Both in excellent condition, concretion around the head of the brooch. Provenance: from the collection of a metal detectorist.

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Lot 238

A complete cast copper-alloy tumbler lock slide key dating to the Roman period, c. AD 43-410. The object consists a circular bow set atop a thickened rectangular stem, below which are the stem and bit. The latter extends at a right angle, demonstrating two adjacent clefts and wards respectively. Condition: very good, dark greenish patina with some lighter areas. Length: c. 47mm.Provenance: found Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire, 2015. Recorded on the PAS as BH-9A0ACE.

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Lot 156

Manchester United European Champions Cup Winners 1968 commemorative decanter containing 25 year old Scotch whisky 70cl vol 40% abv in Buchan of Portobello flagon, a boxed BELLS miniature with Manchester United tumbler, a BNJ miniature and a GLENMORANGIE miniature gift set 

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Lot 258

A set of three silver tumbler cups/tots marked Centenaire Genevois 1914

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Lot 64

A Whisky decanter and tumbler set Rennie Mackintosh Crystal

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Lot 29

A 19th century engraved tumbler for the passenger steam ship 'Sarah Sands' of Liverpool:, one side engraved with a portrait of the ship, the other inscribed, 'Sally Mogs August 1852' over tied flowers, 11cm high, together with a Victorian glass rummer engraved with a unidentified steam ship and inscribed, 'E. Pilling 1865' (2)*Notes- Launched in Sep.1846 by James Hodgson & Co, Liverpool for Sands & Co and named after the wife of the local Mayor. She was intended for the UK - Australia service, she was instead chartered to the Red Cross Line of sailing packets for an experimental service between Liverpool and New York. Her maiden voyage started from Liverpool on 20th Jan.1847 and she arrived in New York 21 days later. On her third voyage starting on 15th June, she broke some of her valve gearing when 5 days out and returned to Cork under sail for repairs. Eventually sailing on 23rd June and arriving at New York after a voyage of 34 days from Liverpool. Her last Liverpool - New York voyage commenced 18th Oct.1849 and from there, she sailed for San Francisco via Cape Horn under charter to Empire City Line and was used on the San Francisco - Panama service. In late 1851 she sailed for Liverpool via Valparaiso and Rio de Janeiro and made two more Liverpool - New York voyages during 1852. On 18th Sep.1852 she sailed Liverpool - Cape Town - Sydney for the Melbourne Gold Mining Association and then returned to Plymouth. On 21st Jul.1853 she started sailings between Liverpool, Quebec and Montreal and between Liverpool and Portland for the Canadian Steam Navigation Company, making eight round voyages on these routes. Taken over as a Crimea War transport in 1855 and in 1857 was used to convey troops from Portsmouth to Calcutta for the Indian Mutiny. On 11th Nov.1857 she caught fire off Mauritius, the troops were transferred to another ship and she sailed home after temporary repairs. Reconditioned as a sailing ship, she was eventually wrecked on 7th Apr.1869 on the Laccadive Islands, Indian Ocean. [Reference: Bosnor, N, R, P 'North Atlantic Seaway', vol.1 by N.R.P. Bonsor]

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Lot 422

20th Century glass honey pot and cover, together with a tall celery vase, a wine glass and a tumbler, (4)

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Lot 185

Two Whitefriars optic design ruby tumbler vases, a heavy lead crystal ice bucket and a cut glass decanter and stopper

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Lot 394

A Georgian silver tumbler cup, the side with crested decoration. London 1759. By CW. Approx. 88 grams. Est. £250 - £350.

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Lot 422

A rare Queen Anne silver tumbler cup. London 1710. By FR. Approx. 105 grams. Est. £800 - £1200.

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Lot 38

Venetian glass - A Carlo Moretti clear glass tumbler vase with opaque white spiral thread to the top half, pronounced kick to the base, engraved signature to the base, 5 6/8"h and a Celanese glass vase, orange tint fading to a turquoise coloured base, turquoise applied prunt above applied random threads of white, orange and blue, engraved signature and paper label to the base, 3 6/8"h

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Lot 568

An early 20thC oak inkstand, 31cm W, a Benson type copper kettle, medicine tumbler jar, Arts and Crafts style box and a Crown Derby dish 2451 pattern. (a quantity)

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Lot 838

A collection of contemporary glass purchased from the Conran Shop: 5 clear wine glasses with circular bases, a yellow etched glass tumbler and a green and pink example

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Lot 138

Three 19th century German gilt glass goblets and a similar tumbler

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Lot 49

FIVE EDINBURGH CRYSTAL WINE GLASSES champagne flute and three whisky tumblers, a conical Waterford crystal wine glass, Stuart crystal whisky tumbler, a square cranberry decanter and stopper and two coloured wine glasses (14)

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Lot 236

A large late 18th Century oversized tumbler circa 1780 of straight sided form, height 14cm.

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Lot 311

An Iranian metalwares tea service, the tray by Vartan, of rectangular form with turned corners, lavishly engraved all over with myriad representations of foliage, birds and abstract Middle Eastern design, the six podstakanniks to match each with applied undulating borders and pedestal base, stamped '84' and holding a plain glass tumbler, the covered two handled sugar bowl to match, stamped '84' to the base, with sugar tongs, serving tongs, serving spoon and six napkin rings en suite (17)

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Lot 442

Banff - An extremely rare Charles II silver tumbler cup, by Wm Scott (elder), circa 1680, two marks: VS, ABC, of circular form with slightly turned rim, the side decorated with bright cut foliate engraving around a cartouche with two pairs of initials below the letter 'M', 4ozt 6 x 8 x 8cm (2 x 3 x 3in) Provenance: Purchased by Miss Janet Low OBE circa 1940, thence by decent. Other Notes: A matching pair of silver communion cups with the same hallmarks as this example were offered for sale by Sotheby's, London, May 2009, lot 394, with an estimate of £50,000 - £70,000. In the catalogue note Sotheby's mentions that: 'William Scott is the first recorded silversmith working in Banff (Jackson's p.591). (There appear to have been only 24 recorded silversmiths at Banff.) The Scott family came to Banff from Aberdeen and the father and son, both William, are therefore designated elder and younger in the records. Burns notes that "William Scott (elder) was also a goldsmith in Aberdeen, where he was admitted a burgess in 1666; filled the office of deacon of hammermen in 1673, 1678, and 1685." (p.577) He also mentions on the following page that "Both William Scott (elder) and William Scott (younger) also carried on business in Elgin, as well as in Aberdeen and Banff." The hallmarks are VS ABC. The mark ABC is considered to be a town mark by both Burns and Finlay.' A small silver quaich with the same hallmarks and engraved floral designs to match this example sold at Bonham's, Edinburgh, 18 August 2004, lot 126, for £17,000 (plus buyer's premium). In the catalogue note Henry S. Fothringham suggests that: 'The hallmark ABC derives from Scott misinterpreting the principle of date letter punches for each year and ordering a single punch incorporating the first three letters of the alphabet instead'. The initials below the single letter 'M' are 'AK' and 'BB'. There is evidence of a marriage between Alexander Ker and Bessie Burnet dated 17/9/1668 in the county of Aberdeen. Given that Scott came from Aberdeen, that he was a silversmith at that time, dating the marks on the cup cannot be totally accurate as there is no definitive date letter, wedding records were notoriously inaccurate in those days and in the hundred years between 1650 and 1750 there was only one marriage in Aberdeenshire between a couple with initials AK and BB, there is more than a possibility that this cup was connected with their marriage in some way, either as a gift or maybe a type of loving cup, the contents being shared by bride and groom. Silver items marked in Banff are extremely rare and seldom appear for auction. There does not appear to have been any other Banff marked silver other than flatware offered at auction in the last 10 years. The town’s recent revival of silversmithing has sparked a major resurgence of interest in Banff silver. This is truly an exceptional piece, nearly 340 years old and in remarkable condition for its age. Literature: Thomas Burns, Old Scottish Communion Plate, R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh, 1892, p.103 Ian Finlay, Scottish Gold and Silver Work, revised by Henry Fothringham, The Strong Oak Press, Stevenage, 1991 Sir Charles Jackson, Silver & Gold Marks of England, Scotland & Ireland, Antiques Collectors Club, 3rd Edition, 1994, p.591 Sotheby's - Fine English & Continental Furniture, Including Silver, Ceramics & Clocks - 28 May 2009 catalogue, lot 394. Bonham's - The Scottish Sale - 18 August 2004 catalogue, lot 126. Two minor cracks together with a number of very, very small cracks to the rim. A shallow dent to the side, on the opposite side to the engraving. Some very small denting, probably the original hammer marks, to the lower half. Some minor cracks to the body on the opposite side of the engraving, possible evidence of an old repair.

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Lot 196

An extensive collection of Freemasons memorabilia - Lodge books, whisky tumbler, sashes, medals and badges including seven silver medals

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Lot 79

Group of four 19th century glass rummers and a 19th century glass tumbler with engraved decoration (5)

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Lot 6016

Whitefriars Millefiori tumbler, boxed, pattern number 9740. Possibly a sample piece

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Lot 6021

Whitefriars Millefiori tumbler, 83 mm diameter by 85 mm high approx unboxed

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Lot 156

Cased Gleneagles crystal decanter plus a whisky tumbler set

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