Collection of Drinking glasses, 19th/20th century, comprising two cut glass pitchers and twelve Georgian wine glasses, rummers, and various French and English champagne flutes (42). Provenance: Robert Haines, David Jones gallery
A Georgian cut glass tea caddy, circa 1810, the square section caddy with a compressed star cut lid, canted edges, and a diamond point border to the collar; with British antique Dealers' Association label and Moorabool Antiques gallery label, height 13
A Victorian sterling silver and cut glass butter dish and cover 1872 London, by Edward Charles brown matching hallmarks with engraved decoration, height: 9.5 cm,. Diameter 16.8 cm. Total silver. Weight: 296gms
Victorian sterling silver mounted claret jug the hinged lid with lion and shield finial and wide cast band with Bacchus mask, grapes and vines, and naturalistic scroll handle, hobnail cut glass body, and star cut base, London, 1888, 28 cm height
A fine pair of Victorian sterling silver claret jugs baluster cut glass bodies engraved with flowerheads, the mounts cast with the head of Bacchus, grapes and vines and naturalistic twisted handles, London, 1864, 26 cm height
An impressive Victorian silver gilt and cut glass claret jug, the substantial Rococo-type mount cast and embossed with cherubs cavorting with naked maidens, a Bacchus mask to lower spout, cherub full-figure finial, the handle modelled as an imbibing cherub
A pair of Victorian ruby glass lustres, 19th century, the lustres each with a compressed font with flaring chevron edging, a shaped tapering stem to a spreading base, the font decorated with painted and gilded swags and hung with nine arrow point and cut g
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