An English hand blown luminescent yellow glass vase with green by Stuart Akroyed. Signed and dated 19.05.1996. . .
c.1996. . .
Measures: 31cm high x 16cm diameter. . .
Stock Code ET03514
New in today is an ‘Oran’ vase by Rene Lalique. This large, weighty, wheel-cut, opalescent vase depicts large dahlias and foliage. It is signed to the base ‘R. Lalique, France, No 999’.
The vase has a 1930’s metal stud repair to the rear, where it had broken into two clean-cut sections, however from the front, the piece is in good condition. In perfect condition, this vase has previously sold for £20k !
Measures: 27cm high x 27cm diameter.
New in today is an extensive collection of various cut glass decanters and water jugs, including:
A pair of hand blown, green glass late 19th Century Venetian decanters, A small pair of cut glass decanters by Baccarat c.1860, A large pair of French cut glass decanters c.1880, A pair of English decanters c.1920, A pair of hand etched English water bottles with tumblers, A Georgian decanter, A square whisky decanter with the initial ‘M’, An English cut glass sherry decanter c.1900, An Australian water jug with gilt edge, with Australian scenes etched around the outside, An English etched water jug c.1900, A dartington crystal decanter and finally a single cut glass French decanter c.1900. The tallest measures: and they can be sold as a collection or individually.
New in today is a further collection of finely hand-cut English glassware. This collection is all navette shaped and comprises a large tazza on stand (with a mid 19th Century repair), a pair of large salts, a large pineapple-cut dish and a bon bon dish. The tallest measures: 20cm tall x 26cm wide and they date from between c.1800-1840