London, South Kensington
17 May 2001
A Stevens and Williams ruby and white cameo vase
of globular form, with flared neck, carved with sprays of hydrangea, the notched neck with a scrolling flowerspray above entwined loops, inscribed STEVENS & WILLIAMS BRIERLEY HILL/E.E. Rowley, late 19th century (small chip to neck) -- 31.5cm. high
The Royal Brierley Collection of English Glass, sold Sotheby's, 3 March 1998, Lot 181.
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Ray & Lee Grover, Carved & Decorated European Art Glass (1975), p. 50, pl. 41.
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