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Glass cased, acid-etched and cameo cut in landscape scene
Aqua-blue glass with white enamel decoration; Scene: boy in landscape/flowers
Notched Bulls Eye pattern identified by the v-shaped notch above and below the "eye";variant of the Bulls eye pattern made in a three part mould;pattern sometimes called filly;matching pair in colour and pattern.
Open comport; three part mould construction in Daisy with Depressed Button pattern
Pattern Canadian, considered one of the most attractive with its North American scenes and maple leaves.
Scalloped edge and pressed decoration in Eagle pattern; plate border is floral with reserves; in the centre, eagle surrounded by border containing two floral sprays, five stars and date 1861
Six-sided, pressed in two-part mould, with repeating stylized acanthus leaf, and bar of raised dot decoration.
Short version of the "Jack-in-the-Pulpit" vase with opalescent shading at the fluted rim;indentations form raised dots which give a pierced impression;striations in the "stem" of the vase
Made in a three-part mould with rayed based and acanthus-style leaves forming from each of the three feet;individual wave-like scrolls around rim;handle formed with six oval discs;caramel glass
Spooner has a mauve tint to the glass;the ground being slightly matt; maple leaves are in relief, and have a stippled ground;fan-shaped border at rim and smaller similar border at footed base;three part mould
Low, footed bowl with radiating flat utes and ribbed band and star base; scalloped rim with pattern band below; 3-part mould
Pressed in a four-piece and with a finished rim;slightly inaccurately joined at one point to give an unbalanced slope towards the rim; substantial well-polished effect.
Round shape with "pinched out" sides and leaf-shaped finial to stopper; thin rods of black and red colour have been applied over clear glass tubes and then blown over a gas-oxygen burner. Trailed colour
Straight-sided tapering towards the base; alternating panels of cut decoration: diamond pattern surmounted by a single fan motif and a stped design also surmounted by a single fan; sixteen point star at the base and a straight-cut, slightly bevelled rim;cutting is fairly deep and the angles refract e light effectively; vase is a replica of a pattern used in the 19th century.
Dressing table box
Round shape; Push-on cover; Jar is of pressed glass, pattern is a combination of cross, diamond and fan designs; Cover is repousse, design of five heads of angels amid clouds, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, National Gallery, London.
Purse size; circular shape with hinged cover; chased all over - foliate design (a rather large design for a small container)
The box is of cut glass, in two horizontal rows of flat-cut panel and crossed diamond-point; The cover is silver with an extending crimped rim, and with an all-over pattern including scrolls, diaper, floral designs; Scrolls reserve a vacant centre area; Decoration is die-stamped
The mustard pot has its own original blue liner, required to prevent damage to the silver from contact with the mustard; The tankard-shape is a popular form for the period, with moulded banding at the base, single band at mid-height and moulded banding again at the rim; The domed and moulded cover is hinged and has a cut-out space for a spoon; The scroll-shaped handle in bracket form has an Onslow-type piece at hinge junction to lift the cover
The blue glass liner is contemporary with the container, which is drum shape; Reeded base and rim, otherwise plain; The hinged cover is flat and plain, with a shaped opening cut out for the spoon; The handle is a "question mark" shape and reeded, with a thumbpiece at handle and cover junction to raise the cover; The thumbpiece is formed in a three-loop design.
Small flower vase, with flared rim over concave flat-cut flutes forming the neck of the vase; The bowl is cut in a wide band of diamond-point; Eight star cut base; Plain, uncut bands at rim and base
Dressing table box
Rectangular shape; The box is cut glass, in two horizontal lines of alternating flat panel and crossed diamond-point; The cover has a border of scroll and leaf design; The slightly domed centre of the cover is plain, but has two engraved foliate sprays reserving a vacant area for engraved initials
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