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Vintage Fashion & Design from 1850 Followed by Antiques and Collectables
Vintage Fashion & Design from 1850 followed by Antiques and Collectables
Lot 100A Fritz Heckert, Petersdorf, Austrian Art Nouveau iridescent glass bowl in King Tut pattern, with crimped rim, clear glass with green wavy lines and an 'oily' iridescence, polished pontil, 5 1/4"h without stand, 9" diameter at widest point, on a German Jugendstil silver plated stand.
Lot 104Marc Lalique (1900-1977) - A Lalique 'Feminine Antique' pattern frosted and clear glass decanter and stopper, design number 13305, introduced circa 1962, oval section decanter moulded with classical maidens above a slice cut base edge, signed 'Lalique France' to base, 9 1/2" high (including stopper).
Lot 110Borek Sipek (1949-2016) Czech, interior architect and designer, Ajeto Workshops for Nestle Ltd - Gemelli, a glass vase/sweet dish in azure blue and clear glass designed to be used either way up, having moulded fluted decoration and encased bubble decoration to the clear glass, signed to dish edge and with original paper label, 11 2/8" h, boxed with information leaflet.
Lot 111Keith Murray for Royal Brierley - a liqueur decanter and original stopper with seven wine glasses, six tumblers and three liqueur glasses, the decanter of shouldered, cylindrical form, engraved with an overall lattice and polished circlet pattern, glasses similarly engraved with un-polished circlets.
Catalogue notes: Another decanter in this pattern was sold in The Royal Brierley Collection of English Glass, Sotheby's, London, Tues 3 March 1998 lot 247,(This catalogue is included in the sale of the lot above.). The design for the decanter No.352Q is recorded in the Royal Brierley description book, circa 1933. Also illustrated in Andy McConnells book The Decanter. Provenance: by repute from the Bob Monkhouse estate.
Lot 11620th century European table glass to include Willem Jacob Rozendaal for Maastricht (NV Kistalunie), a decanter and stopper and two matching glasses from the Aristocraat (Traditie) service, designed 1932-3, Sven Palinqviet for Orrefors - a Rhapsody pattern smokey grey twisted decanter and stopper, along with four unmatched but similar drinking glasses, unsigned and a Kalstrup Holmegaard decanter and stopper.
Lot 117A selection of British Art Deco glassware to include a rare Whitefriars amber tinted decanter and stopper with spiral moulded decoration to neck and optic moulding to body, a dark green tinted and engraved cocktail shaker, Stuart green tinted ribbed vase, Nazing vase, Whitefriars grey tinted optic bowl and a cloudy glass jug and small bowl, along with a green tinted and optic moulded bottle in the form of a Spanish wine pourer.
Lot 119Two Arts & Crafts glass vases, one attributed to Christopher Dresser for James Couper & Sons, a Clutha Chalcedony style glass vase, pear shape with a long narrow neck and everted rim, 7 2/8"h, and a green glass vase with crimped handle, shouldered body and hour glass neck, the whole decorated with brown swirls, 5 1/8"h.
Lot 120Scandinavian glassware to include Willy Johansen for Hadeland, smokey grey bowl with applied white glass rim, shape K-2069a circa 1857, Erik Hogland for Kosta Boda a blue glass bowl with bubbly interior, engraved H957/210 to base with original paper label 7 6/8"dia and a small green tinted glass bowl with fold over rim, engraved H680/165, along with an Orrefors finger bowl engraved with a reclining nude and Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta Boda etched tumblers commemorating St Erick the King of Sweden in 1156-60, circa 1960.
Lot 122British Glass, 19th and 20th century - to include a Richardsons enamel water jug, probably designed by Richard Redgrave for Henry Cole's Felix Summerleys Fine Art Manufactures, circa 1850 enamelled with bulrushes and leaves, 10" h, A/F , a Stuart crystal green tinted engraved tumbler modelled on a 18th century blackjack, commemorating Charles I, retailed by Philips of Oxford Street, engraved Rd 84495, Richardsons engraved glass finger bowls, Steven and Williams posy bowl and others (15).
Lot 124William J Wilson for Whitefriars Glass - six diamond point engraved and colour twist commemorative goblets, comprising a blue and white colour twist engraved with a coat of arms and the name W J Barton 1945, to the reverse, signed to the foot Whitefriars Glass Engraved by William Wilson, 8"h, three 1937 Edward VIII goblets with a red and white spiral core, surrounded by a band of seven to eight white canes, each signed Whitefriars to the foot, 9h" and two Elizabeth II 1953 goblets made by Frank Hill, with a red and white spiral core, surrounded by 7-8 bands of white canes, one signed Whitefriars No 1685, the other unsigned 8 1/8"h.
Lot 125William Wilson designed and engraved for Whitefriars Glass - a rare set of six wine goblets, each engraved with initials to the bucket funnelled bowls, fluted and shouldered ovoid knops, each in different colours of light green, amber, blue, sky blue, red and amethyst colours, merse knops and conical feet, just over 6" h, marked Whitefriars No 13, 14 and 15 and 17, 18, the amber glass unsigned.
Note: - it is possible that these glasses were produced for a private commission, to which the engraved initials allude to, the design of the glasses not being produced commercially. See lot 36 in our design sale of 7th August 2019 for a similar designed pair of Churchill/RAF commemorative goblets sold in these rooms.
Lot 128Attributed to Carlo Scarpa for MVM Cappellin or Ercole Barovier (1889-1974) a Murano glass mirrored serving tray, incised twist gallery with twin silver plated handles, the mirrored tray with a romantic wheel engraved design in the style of Luigi Brusotti and Gio Ponti, of a couple with flowers, surrounded by scrolled leaf and flower heads, circa 1940.
Lot 131Ercol Barovier (1880-1974) for Barovier and Toso, Murano glass, Barbarico model of a horse, circa 1950, 8 1/2"h, unsigned, along with an Ongaro and Fuga, Murano, Italian glass graduated set of three sommerso ducks, one in red, green and clear glass, the other two in red, yellow and clear glass, one with original paper label, largest 6 3/8" h, one duck A/F.
Lot 132Ercole Barovier (1889-1974) for Barovier and Toso, a Neolithic (Neolitico) glass dish of navette form, scratch engraved signature and dated 1960 to base, 8 3/8"long, Neolithic glass first designed in 1954.
Note: It is believed that Ercole Barovier only signed pieces of Neolithic glass when commissioned or gifting pieces to family and friends.
Lot 134After a design by Oscar Zanetti b 1961 -for Fornace Mian, (Formia 1962-), retailed by F M Marcolin Art Crystal, Sweden, circa late 1980 - Equis - a contemporary glass horse sculpture of a rearing horse in red glass on a black glass plaque base, 12 3/8"h, with Formia Vetri Di Murano, Italy label to base and F M Marcolin Art Crystal, Sweden, also to base.
Lot 138Venini - MVM Cappellin - a decanter and five glasses set, brown tinted glass, the decanter with applied blue colour twist neck ring and blue top rim, the body with white jewelled and gilt work, the matching glasses with blue opaque twist stems and applied blue glass to top rim and foot rim edge, decanter 8 2/8"h.
Lot 143Possibly Edvin Ollers (1888-1959) for Kosta Glass - a dark green glass vase with central horizontally rib to body and twin handles of four graduating loops, 7 6/8"h, a hat shaped green glass bowl with foldover rim and applied blobs to each end, unsigned 10" long and a decanter and stopper in green glass with five matching tot tumblers, unsigned.