Michael Harris – Shamrock Glass Vase

Michael Harris – Shamrock Glass Vase – stock #44017

This is a Michaek Harris designed “Shamrock” pattern art glass vase in mottled shades of blue and with a squat globular shape. Marked on the underside with an impressed “flame” mark on the pontil.

This pattern is called as “Shamrock” and was designed by Michael Harris in c1978 and was produced at the Isle of Wight Glass Studio in 1978 & 1979 before being produced exclusively at Kerry Glass in Ireland. Kerry Glass was founded in 1978 in Killarney, County Kerry by Michael Harris and 2 friends Ross and Elizabeth Lewis. Harris provided the designs, equipment and expertise. The early pieces were marked with the same ‘flame’ pontil mark as used at Isle if Wight Glass.

44017a

Size
Marks
Condition
9.5cm high
11cm wide
Impressed “Flame” pontil mark. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
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Nazeing Glass – Pink “Clouded” Vase

Nazeing Glass – Pink “Clouded” Vase – stock #25217

A great looking art deco period art glass vase with a “clouded” swirlling pale pink within clear colourway with a clear foot. The upper surface has a satin finish and the underside a glossy surface. Although un-marked it was almost certainly made by the English Nazeing Glass Works in Hertfordshire and dates to c1935.

The Nazeing Glass Works was established in 1928 making industrial, domestic and art glass. It continues to operate today and is based in Broxbourne Herfordshire.

39217a

Size
Marks
Condition
14.5cm high
16cm wide
No makers marks. No chips, cracks or restorations. Some minimal evidence of use and wear.
Price GB Pounds
£45.00
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Powell Glass – Blue Thread Vase

James Powell & Sons Whitefriars Vase – stock #35717

An James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars Glass vase dating to the 1920’s with a bulbous form and decorated with a blue threaded pattern over a moulded diamond textured design. Most likely designed by Barnaby Powell c1920.

Plain coloured versions of this pattern are listed in the 1931 Whitefriars Glass sales catalogue as “Diamond Moulded Vases”. Also see Woolley & Wallis 20th Century Design Oct 2013 Lot 1073 for similar patterns.

P1170357

Size
Marks
Condition
14.5cm high
12cm diameter.
Unmarked – hollow ground pontil on the unbderside. No chips, cracks or restorations. Slight hint of internal cloudiness.
Price GB Pounds
£95.00
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Whitefriars Glass – Vase 9655

Whitefriars Glass – Vase 9655 – stock #36017

A mid century modern design art glass vase with a tapering cylindrical form with a deep blue grey within clear colourway. Most likely designed by Geoffrey Baxter in the early part of the 1960’s.

This design is shape number 9655 as illustrated in the 1966 Whitefriars sakes catalogue. It was available in three sizes – 9.25, 7.75 and 6.5 inches.

36017a

Size
Marks
Condition
23.5cm high
6.5cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£30.00
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Powell Whitefriars Glass – M54 Decanter

Powell Whitefriars Glass – M54 “Govette” Decanter – stock #28017

A great looking original art deco glass decanter with stopper by Powell Whitefriars Glass. Designed by Barnaby Powell in about 1930. It is from the M54 “Govette” wine service in a golden amber colourway. Illustrated on page 129, Plate128 of “Whitefriars Glass, The Art of James Powell & Sons”

Quoting from Vogue magazine’s November 1933 isse; “The tall slender Govette decanter is a copy of an old Italian flask, and the glass has the uneven finish given by the mould”

28017a

Size
Marks
Condition
38.5cm high
10cm wide
Unmarked – Hollow ground and polished pontil. Engraved “2” on stopper No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£100.00
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Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight

Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight c1975 – stock #5917

A fine looking mid 1970’s Michael Harris Isle of Wight Glass paperweight with a swirling design in pink and white colour within clear. Deeply impressed “flame” mark on the pontil.

5917a

Size
Marks
Condition
5.5cm high
6cm wide
“flame” mark on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£12.50
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Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight c1975

Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight c1975 – stock #22417

A fine looking mid 1970’s Michael Harris Isle of Wight Glass paperweight with a swirling design in blue and tortoiseshell colour within clear. Deeply impressed “flame” mark on the pontil.

22417a

Size
Marks
Condition
5.8cm high
6cm wide
“flame” mark on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD Email to order.

 

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Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight

Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight c1975 – stock #22317

A fine looking mid 1970’s Michael Harris Isle of Wight Glass paperweight with a swirling design in white and red colours. Deeply impressed “flame” mark on the pontil.

22317a

Size
Marks
Condition
5.8cm high
6cm wide
“flame” mark on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD Email to order.

 

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Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight

Isle of Wight Glass Paperweight c1975 – stock #22217

A fine looking mid 1970’s Michael Harris Isle of Wight Glass paperweight with a swirling design in orange and blue colours within clear. Deeply impressed “flame” mark on the pontil.

22217a

Size
Marks
Condition
7.5cm high
8cm wide
“flame” mark on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£19.99
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Nazeing Glass – Green “Celery” Vase

Nazeing Glass – Green “Celery” Vase – stock #25217

A great looking art deco period art glass celery vase with a “clouded” swirlling pale green within clear colourway with a clear foot. Although un-marked it was almost certainly made by the English Nazeing Glass Works in Hertfordshire and dates to c1935. Sand blast etched “CELERY” on the side.

The Nazeing Glass Works was established in 1928 making industrial, domestic and art glass. It continues to operate today and is based in Broxbourne Herfordshire.

25215a

Size
Marks
Condition
15.5cm high
13.5cm wide
Etched “celery” on side. No makers marks. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
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