21 April 2010,
Price realised USD 750
USD 1,500 - USD 2,000
AN APSLEY PELLATT PAINTED-SULPHIDE CUT-GLASS SCENT BOTTLE AND A FRENCH PAINTED-SULPHIDE CUT-GLASS TUMBLER
Circa 1820-30, etched 6 to stopper and mouth
The first enclosing a roundel enriched with a flower-filled basket, with glass stopper and silver-plated cover; the second with a roundel enriched with a floral spray within a faux pearl surround, both diamond-cut
3½ in. (8.8 cm.) high, the first (3)
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The Mentmore Collection, Buckinghamshire (the scent-bottle by tradition).
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With Leo Kaplan, Ltd., New York, (the tumbler).
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