Royal Lancastrian – Vase

Royal Lancastrian – Vase Shape 2151 – stock #12219

A good example of a Royal Lancastrian art pottery vase decorated with a mottled pale blue glaze on a bulbous form with the shape number 2151. Most likely dating c1930.

Impressed makers marks on the underside.

Size
Marks
Condition
14cm high
18cm wide
Impressed on the underside.
SEE pictures
No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£50.00
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Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #12019

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated in pulled looping patterns in mainly blue to green colours.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm high
13.5cm wide by 7cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£85.00
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Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #11819

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated with a feathered patterns in mainly blue with gold colours.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm high
13.5cm wide by 7cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD  


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Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #11719

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated with a feathered patterns in mainly blue with random yellow inclusions.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm high
13.5cm wide by 7cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD  


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Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #11919

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated in pulled iredescent patterns on mainly blue colours.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
49.5cm high
16cm wide by 7.5cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£100.00
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Isle of Wight Glass Studio – Scent Bottle

Isle of Wight Glass Studio – Scent Bottle – stock #2319

A vintage studio glass scent perfume bottle with stopper. This was made at the Micheal Harris Isle of Wight Glass Studio and from a the Golden Peacock range of wears. I think this version is White Golden Peacock. It has a squet onion shape with lollipop stopper decorated with range amber colored glass under gold leaf decoration.

Size
Marks
Condition
10cm high inc stopper
7.5cm diameter
No marks or labels. No chips, cracks or restorations.
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Gordon Russell – Cabinet

Gordon Russell – Sideboard Cabinet – stock #119

A Gordon Russell of Broadway mid century modern design sideboard cabinet dating to the mid 1950s. Similar in size and proportion and with the same handles as the Helix Cabinet. Double doors and two draws.

Metal makers plate on the back.

Size
Marks
Condition
122cm wide
91.5cm high
43cm deep
Metal makers plate on back. Looks good – Top and front has been refinish at some poiont. Ends have some discolouration to the lacquer. Faint ring and a few scratches to the top.
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Liberty & Co – Thebes Chair

Liberty & Co – Thebes Chair – stock #58318

A Liberty & Co Egyptian Revival “Thebes” chair made in oak with dished seat and sweeping back. Probably designed by Leonard Wyburd (1865–1958) and made c1885-1890.

A similar chair was in the 2004 Liberty Arts & Crafts Selling Exhibition.

Size
Marks
Condition
92cm high
47cm wide
No makers marks or labels. Recently upholstered.
Some wear and minor faults.
Price GB Pounds
£695.00
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Webb Glass Lily Vase

Webb Glass – Lily Cut Glass Vase – stock #5319

An unusual Thomas Webb Crystal fully cut glass vase decorated with a pattern of Lily flowers and leaves. Possibly designed by Anna Fogelberg.

Etched mark on the underside that was in use from c1936. Probable date of this example is either just pre war or just post war.

Size
Marks
Condition
20.5cm high
14cm wide
Etched circlular mark
Webb within Made in England
Slight internal cloudiness.
Several repaired and polished chips on foot rim.
NO cracks.
Price GB Pounds
£125.00
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Poole Pottery – Freeform Bowl

Poole Pottery – Freeform PRB Bowl – stock #50618

An impressive mid century modern design Poole Pottery shallow “Freeform” shape bowl freehand painted with the “Contemporary” PRB pattern in white and black lines on a mushroon coloured background.

This pattern is “PRB”, which was designed by Alfred Read and dates to the mid 1950’s.

Size
Marks
Condition
6cm high
33cm wide
Printed makers mark together with painted pattern code – X/PRB No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
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