A French glass Baccarat style compote, the elegant compote with everted straight sides, decorated with vertical navette border, a knopped stem to a flat circular base, unmarked, height 18 cm, diameter 19.5 cm
A vintage Baccarat style glass decanter, the globular decanter with a slender neck and faceted stopper, a border of small and large lens cuts to the lower body and slice cut to the neck, unmarked, height 30.5 cm
A pair of Baccarat crystal Ship decanters, mid 20th century, the elegant clear pair of typical compressed form with bull's eye stoppers; acid etched mark of post war period underside to both. Height 25 cm. Diameter 19 cm
A Baccarat pressed Flash glass bowl, 20th century. the small pedestal bowl of diamond design with a scalloped rim, flashed with amber, Baccarat Depose mark in relief to centre. Height 6 cm. Diameter 15 cm
A thirty six piece Baccarat crystal stemware suite, 1981-1991, D'Assas design. the large conical glasses for red and white wine and champagne with crisply cut vertical spear heads to the lower body and flowing to the integral tapering stems and flared
A Baccarat crystal ice bucket, second half 20th century, France, the stylish and elegant tapering bucket, simply facet cut, with a chamfered rim and a gilded slightly shaped swing strap handle; with watermark underside and impressed marks to the gilded was
A fine Baccarat vaseline glass vase, circa 1880s, the white elegant conical vase with a shallow circular foot with festoons of full blown pink roses and gilt foliage, having asymmetric rococo style embellishments in gilt paste to the upper body and gold du
A suite of Baccarat crystal stemware, comprising: 13 champagne flutes, five red wine glasses, 15 white wine glasses and 20 liqueur glasses. Unmarked, pre-1930s; Provenance by descent from the home of a French Count.
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