A beautiful item of Art Nouveau Austrian glass from around 1900, possibly made by Loetz.
This ½ liter tankard has a pewter lid embossed with a fresh female face and the word ‘Jugend’. A female face also features on the thumb rest.
Superb condition, no fleabites or damage of any kind.
This is an elegant French épergne vase dating to the late 19th century.
It has a brass weighted mount with ornate base and a fluted, 9 sided cornate in mould blown glass.
Height 13 ½ inches / 34cm
Length of glass vase 7 ½ inches / 19cm
Very good condition.
A rare Davidsons purple malachite /slag glass tot measure from around 1880.
This rare piece of English 19th century glass was made by Davidsons of Gateshead, and holds an Imperial half-gill of your tipple.
Dimpled all over just like a thimble, it has a moulded legend around the lip: “Just a Thimble Full”
Height 2 ½ inches
A lovely Legras French Art Nouveau vase from around 1910.
It’s in smooth satin glass with red marbling and gold enamelled decoration.
It has a polished out pontil. Signed, “Leg.”
Height 8 inches / 21cm
This is a very substantial Leune Art Nouveau enamelled glass vase executed in violet. Leune was a Paris glassworks specialising in luxury enamelling. Daum often supplied the glass bodies. The finest pieces were produced during the Art Nouveau and Art Deco years, under the artistic direction of Auguste Heiligenstein (1891-1976), who was responsible for exceptional work in enamel.
This vase has a freehand enamel scene in violet with a forest glade scene, which continues around the body of the vase. Simply stunning.
Height 16 inches
Width at base 7 inches
A large English Art Deco blown glass vase by Gray-Stan (1926-1936), Battersea, London.
In salmon pink cloudy glass, it has large transparent whorls – an effect which demanded great technical skill.
Gray-Stan was a small London glass company. Called after its owner, Mrs Graydon-Stannus, it produced high end art glass – “luxury glass for the modern age” – which sold as far afield as New York and Toronto.
Height 9 inches
Width 8 inches
This glass vase was designed by Georges De Feure (1868-1943.)
De Feure was a well-known Symbolist artist before becoming a key figure of the Art Nouveau scene in Paris. He designed many pieces for the Art Nouveau pavilion at the Exposition Universelle of 1900, including a handful of decorative objets in glass.
This vase is moulded in cloudy amethyst glass with ‘slag’ inclusions that give it the appearance of being carved out of a piece of rock. It features a very crisp freize of Classical dancers and musicians. It is in exceptional condition, with De Feure’s moulded signature on the base.
Height 5 1/2 inches
Width 4 1/2 inches
Weighs just over 1 kilo
This gorgeous Art Deco globe vase is by Veramé, a small art glass factory in Metz.
Veramé produced glass using a range of techniques, but specialised in very crisp etched designs similar to Schneider art glass output around 1930.
Emerald green with striking geometric design, the epitome of Art Deco style.
The etched trademark, Veramé, is incorporated into the design.
Height 8 ¼ inches / 21cm
Width 8 ¼ inches / 21cm
Excellent condition, no damage or defects.
The Verrerie de Sevres was founded in 1750 by Madame de Pompadour and is still going strong today.
This gorgeous antique jardiniere dates to the early years of the 20th century, when enamelled glass was very much in fashion.
It’s decorated with flowers and butterflies. The colours are brilliant and the crystal gleams.
It measures 9½ inches long x 5 inches
2 ½ inches deep
It’s in perfect condition. A stunning piece from a prestigious French maker.