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Carnival glass comport, pressed diamond pattern decoration, approx 8 cm high, 14 cm diameter

Purple dish carnival pressed cut glass pattern, approx 4.5 cm high, 26 cm diameter

A Vallon pressed Art Glass bowl 1930s, in milky opalescent glass with hints of amber and depicting leaves and groups of cherries, the fruits forming the tripod feet; impressed mark of G. Vallon and made in France to the exterior rim; illustrated in Miller'

A set of five Val St Lambert salad dishes, probably 1930s onwards, the pressed fan shaped glass dishes with everted rims having an incised fan design underside; etched signature to each and one with original circular paper label of period. Length 13 cm. Wi

Art Deco depression glass Walther clock, the pressed glass wth Maidens, height 17 cm

An Australian amethyst carnival glass bowl, circa 1920s-30s, the pressed glass iridised bowl with a central swan surrounded by Christmas bells in relief and having a fluted rim, marked with the raised registration number 4697. Height 8 cm. Diameter 23.5 cm

A French pressed glass centre bowl by Verlys, circa 1930. A fine frosted and textured glass bowl depicting birds in flight over fish amidst waves, signed in relief to centre, Verlys France (made by Verriere d'Andelys founded by the American Holophane Co.).

American pressed glass two stick candlebra in an unsual lipstick pink colour, approx 30 cm high

Two very similar antique ruby glass cylinder vases, one painted with Mary Gregory figure, each with pressed metal bases, 17 cm high (2)

A copper toned depression glass bowl, circa 1930s, a pressed bowl of flared form with striking geometric vertical ribs and rims with protruding embellishments, raised on an octagonal spreading foot. height 15 cm. Diameter 27 cm

A French opaline glass vase, 3rd quarter 19th century, the pressed white baluster vase with a broad flared rim, an encircling grapevine design to the body and a gilt and mauve repeat pattern to the rim. Height 30 cm

A Garry Nash blown glass vase, the flattened ovoid body with red, orange and white mottled decoration raised on a clear circular foot and with pairs of pressed moulded clear glass leaf shape handles issuing from the sides. Unsigned, c.1990s. Height 23.5 cm

Victorian pair of lidded pressed glass cake stands. Height 32 cm. Length 19 cm

A Czechoslovakian ruby overlay vase, of baluster form with a continuous band of thumb pressed decoration. 30 cm high.

1888 Centenary of Australia commemorative bowl. Pressed amber glass by Greener & Co., UK, featuring pre-Federation coat of arms in a gold field over a rose, shamrock and thistle. Diameter 27 cm

A French cut crystal vase of flared cylindrical flared form thumb pressed with circular cut base

Five piece Australian pressed glass part water set, including jug and four glasses, waratah design. Long stress crack to jug

Three (3) antique pressed glass dishes, all made to celebrate Australia's Centenary, comprising a circular blue glass dish, a circular blue glass dish with handles and a matching clear glass dish with handles, diameters 16.5 cm, 16 cm and 16 cm

Victorian pressed glass bowl and plate. Both clear glass with the Lord's prayer around the inside border. 23 and 22 cm diameter

Two (2) Victorian pressed glass bowls, one clear glass with 'Advance Australia', coat of arms and city names, the other amber glass with 'Australia's Centenary', coat of arms and 'Advance Australia' banner, size 23 cm diameter each

Commemorative 'Advance Australia' pressed clear glass plate with the Australian Coat of Arms and banners naming the capital cities

Amber pressed glass comport commemorating 'Australia's Centenary' with 'Advance Australia' banners, the Australian Coat of Arms, mining and rural motifs and a rising sun

Clear pressed glass plate commemorating 'Australia's Centenary', featuring the Australian coat of arms and date shields for '1788' and '1888'

Commemorative pressed amber glass bowl for 'Australia's Centenary' featuring the Australian Coat of Arms and date shields for '1788' and '1888'

Two Early American pressed Glass Jars. 'Remember the Maine' in blue and pink battleship form. US Battleship Maine sunk 1898 in Spanish American War. Height 9cm longength 18 cm

Early American pressed clear glass bread plate. Liberty and Freedom, 1776, Constitution of the United States,' depicting eagle. Sheaves of wheat to each side and motto to border. 31.5 x 23 cm

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