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An Edwardian sterling silver topped Bristol blue glass Dredger, 1914 London, with rubbed maker's mark, the elegant obelisk form dredger with a screw top compressed dome lid with petite star cut outs; hallmarked to lid. Height 11 cm.

A Victorian Bristol blue glass Flagon decanter, 19th century, of compressed ovoid form with a slender neck and an applied handle, with brass mounts and the original brass and cork stopper. Height 22 cm

A pair of Georgian Bristol blue wine rinsers or finger bowls, early 19th century, each of straightsided tapering form with a polished pontil. Height 9 cm. Diameter 12.5 cm.

Two apothecary jars. Bristol blue with gilded lids, one inscribed 'Magnesia', the other 'Arrowroot' (2). Height 36 cm

Liqueur bottle. Bristol blue overlay glass circa 1860. Height 31.5 cm

Ship's decanter. Thomas Webb & Sons Bristol blue with original box. Height 23 cm

Rolling pin. Bristol blue glass by Thomas Webb & Sons in original Tube length 33 cm

Bristol blue glass vase, signed to base, 18 cm high approx.

Four Georgian Bristol green stemmed glasses, one has chip to base. Height 12 cm approx

Vintage Bristol green ships decanter with stopper, approx 24 cm high

A Bristol glass ship's decanter, in a soft blue-green with trailing grape vines around body. Cork and copper stopper. 18 cm x 23 cm

An old Bristol blue glass ship's decanter, mother-of-pearl stopper engraved 'Whisky'. 17 cm x 18 cm

Pair of Bristol blue glass Mary Gregory vases, Children With Hoops, 1 A/F

A pair of Victorian Bristol blue glass lustres, the bowls with gilt decoration, with clear-cut facetted prisms, on shaped stems, with gilt decorated spreading feet. Height 34 cm

Attractive antique Bristol blue Mary Gregory jewel casket, the lid decorated with a girl serving refreshments

Three Bristol blue glass decanters and stand with painted gilt labels, 'Brandy', 'Rum' and 'Hollands', each with matching flat topped stoppers and housed within a trisectioned ebonised stand with a knopped holder

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