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Baluster wineglass. Thistle-shaped or funnel bowl on an eight-sided moulded pedestal stem and folded foot. Solid glass base in knop form. Elongated air bubble in stem.
Double ogee bowl with a design of cut stars within panels of vertical lines cut in small diamond shapes. Faceted rim. Moulded stem in Silesian form with a moulded and domed foot in segmented form. Collars at top and base of stem.
Round box of glass in agate design; predominant colours of dark blue and rust
Elongated vase in light bottle green glass. In the bottom area of the vase threads of glass are drawn and looped up in the interior space. The top area is crackled, ressembling ice.
Ovoid shaped vase in light bottle green. Threads of glass are drawn and looped up in the interior space. Lower area is crackled, ressembling ice.
Bowl and foot are clear pale yellow-green, the stem is clear glass. Slight mottling throughout the glass. Bowl is waited and deeply flared at the rim in a fluted and ribbed design. Stem is formed from a rod of glass joined just below the midpoint to make a figure of "8", and is decorated with an applied band of crimpted glass along the outer edge.
The lifter has a long slender tubular neck terminating in a bulbous container with a hole in the flat base. Plain body with applrounded lip
Four palmette or anthemion-style motifs on a "diamond-cut" ground within panels separated by a plain vertical band in rounded relief. The "diamond-cut" design graduates upwards from small at the base. Star at centre base.
Pressed glass in three-part mould. Alternating vertical panels containing (1) forget-me-not flower stem on a matt ground, (2) two vertical lines of "diamond-cut" motif, six to a line. A plain panel divides each decorated panel, and all are contained within bands of dentilated or triangular designs. The latter band surmounting the total pattern
Glass Box III
Box constructed of fused and semi-antique glass; three sides of the box are constructed from semi-translucent black glass; front panel is opaque and set with contrasting forms in coloured glass: red, green, black, white on a pale peach coloured ground, in abstract design; cubed and circular forms play off each other; some are in relief to give added dimension; top surface of the separate fitted cover continues the design of balanced contrast on the box while the sides repeat the use of black glass; Inside top of cover is lined with cork
The bowl is funnel shaped, in green opaline, on a flat, slightly raised, alabaster coloured foot. The foot of the bowl fits into the well of the stand.
Figure of a seated satyr playing a pan pipe, modelled in pâte-de-verre glass in colours of aqua-green and green.
The inner dark green mottled glass is cased or overlaid with shades of white, silver and blue glass. There is a lustre effect. There are two minor "splashed" areas in red and green. Additional silver areas in somewhat geometric form have been applied to the glass surface. Figures of caribou in migration are sand blasted through to the inner layer of mottled green glass.
Jug is straight sided, tapering towards curved and notch-cut rim. Handle decorated with oval , slightly concave slice cutting, and cross motif. Cross-hatch cutting under spout. Rayed cutting on base . Cut decoration on body comprising flowers, stems of leaves and butterflies. Flowers, some leaves and butterfly wings are plain matt finish or finely cut in linear pattern.
Water Jug, Tumbler
Jug is straight sided, tapering towards curved and notch-cut rim. Handle decorated with oval , slightly concave slice cutting, and cross motif. Cross-hatch cutting under spout. Rayed cutting on base of all pieces. Cut decoration on body of jug and glasses, comprising flowers, stems of leaves and butterflies. Flowers, some leaves and butterfly wings are plain matt finish or finely cut in linear pattern.
Rayed cutting on base of all pieces. Cut decoration on body of glasses, comprising flowers, stems of leaves and butterflies. Flowers, some leaves and butterfly wings are plain matt finish or finely cut in linear pattern.
Two colour cased vase - white over turquoise blue. The floral design is in a distinctive naturalistic style, but relating to Art Nouveau design in the curving lines of stems and flower buds, petals, and leaves. The carving is of good depth, the design standing in sharp relief and colour contrast. Slight uneveness in turquoise blue ground.
Globular shape with cylindrical neck fitted with a plated (originally) metal collar and hinged, domed cover with thumbpiece and a finial. Plain handle. Opalescent pattern of alternating coin dot and line, blown into a swirl configuration.
Footed cruet and stopper. Circular foot with flutes rayed beneath. Pear shaped body of the cruet joins the foot - no pedestal area. Band of diamond cutting, circular flat cutting and fan shapes. The neck and handle are decorated with mainly hexagonal (neck) and triangular (handle) cutting. Plain rim and pouring spout. Stopper has a slender flat-cut neck and facet-cut ball top.
Pedestal vase with a baluster form surmounted by flat-cut facets and a flared rim. The base is circular and cut in angluar flutes rayed beneath. An angular knop, between two similar half knops, comprise the pedestal stem, supporting the stepped baluster shaped bowl. The bowl is decorated with a band of four alternating rows of strawberry diamond cut and cross-cut diamond pattern. The flat-cut facets are concave in outline, with stepped cutting above terminating at the rim in a scallop design. Each scallop has serrated cutting on the top surface.
Four-footed basket in cylindrical form sloping outwards from base to rim. Base and feet, rim and handles moulded in gadroon or rope design. The whole object is in basket weave pattern with staves. Clear glass but slightly iridescent.
Three-mould pressed flint glass in 'Mitre Diamond' pattern. One foot rim (under) shows purple/blue iridescence. Although the diamond points are quite sharp, the rim points have been rounded.