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Wine glass cooler
Wide-mouthed bowl with everted lip and compressed globular body with no foot rim. The glass is “Bristol Blue”.
Tall bottle format with flat cut facets. The lip is rather foliate with well-shaped pouring spout. The bottle is missing its cork stopper. It also likely had a flat label finial with a metal grape and vine design.
Simple bowl form with straight sides.
Wine glass with a drawn trumpet-shaped bowl. The cone shaped bowl is directly drawn from the plain stem. Stem is joined at seam to footrim.
In the style of a Römer or German drinking glass with a spherical bowl and wide hollow stem. The stem is formed by a thread wound on a conical core.
The bowl has an eight-part sectional, scalloped rim which rests on seven, clear glass, fan-shaped feet. Shading from a light-toned, cranberry colour at base of bowl to deeper colour at rim.
Opalescent and clear glass. Simple leaves of powdered glass in green or pink were incorporated with the crystal and shaped into the vessel.
Opaque, white glass with clear blue rim
Lead glass with blaze cutting.
Bowl engraved with scene of boar(?) and hunting dog amidst treed area. Engraved “Stephani”. Possibly a marriage glass. Bowl raised on sturdy ringed stem and 8-lobed foliate foot ring. Thick clear glass.
Clear glass, bucket shaped bowl with flat cut facets over short angular cropped stem.
Wine glass with a drawn ovoid bowl with rough pontil. Tulip shaped bowl is continuous with plain stem.
Tooled white opal glass painted with enamel and gold decoration. Cylindrical stem with applied thick disk foot and candle socket with slightly projecting rim. Bottom of foot well polished. Gold bands and opaque orange enamel around the stem.
Silver-plated base with three baskets, central cone for flowers, and two bowls, one to either side. The inserts are ruffled opaline, cranberry glass.
Figure of Janus' head. Skeleton face one side, human face with two protruding fangs on other side with a stuffed bird resting on top.
Chest with mirror
A four drawer French Empire chest with dark marble top and square feet which raise the chest approximately six inches from the ground. The three lower drawers are flanked by tapering, squared pilasters, each topped with gilt bronze [ormolu] capitals of female busts in the classicizing style. Each of the three drawers feature round pulls and Empire-style lock escutcheons. The top drawer cantilevers over the lower drawer and features a central ormolu lock plate only. The mirror is oriented vertically and has a gilt frame with moulded passages found at the corners and centres of each side of its frame.( Companion piece to the French Empire fall-front secretaire [2015-186.1 and 2] also donated by the Salgo Trust).