22 - 23 July 2014
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF CONTINENTAL CLEAR AND COLORED GLASS DRINKWARES,
the clear glass comprising an etched and blue flashed ewer, ten fruit bowls, and twelve champagne flutes in two sizes; the blue glass comprising seven cut-glass wine glasses, a gilt decorated decanter and stopper, and two large ribbed tumblers; the red glass comprising a pair of red decanters and stoppers etched with 'SHERRY' and 'BRANDY', a set of four jugs in various sizes and a bowl, a pair of small pitchers with shaped rims, a small globular jug, a small cream jug incised with dedication, seven brandy glasses, and a cut-glass footed compote; the green glass comprising twenty sherry glasses in two sizes; together with a blue cut-glass circular box and cover, a green cut-glass perfume bottle and stopper, a pair of red cut-glass small vases, three gilt decorated and enameled green glass teacups with scalloped rims and three leaf-form saucers, and six gold-flecked dessert plates in various colored glass
The large ewer 13½in. (34.3cm.) high (85)
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