Laurie Leigh Antiques

Fine English & Irish Antique Glass

Georgian Decanters, Victorian Decanters, Claret Jugs and Wine Ewers
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W10807 Lovely Art Nouveau decanter of dimpled form decorated with writhen ribbing. Star-cut base. Original spirally ribbed spire stopper. Probably Stuart & Sons, Stourbridge. Circa 1900.

Height: 10 inches. Price: £325.00.

W10695 Fine Georgian Irish tapered decanter with two blade neck rings over cut swags suspended from alternating stars and plumes above basal vertical moulded fluting. Moulded fluted target stopper. Probably Belfast, Ireland. Circa 1800.

Height: 11¼ inches. Price: £495.00.

W10862 Superb Victorian amphora shaped decanter cut with vertical broad flutes over alternating swirling panels of star-cut hobnails and pillar flutes, on scalloped foot. Stevens & Williams, Stourbridge. Circa 1890.

Height of decanter: 14 inches. Price: £325.00.

W1618 Superb Georgian claret jug with large lip over cut broad flutes and two facet-cut neck rings above broad shoulder flutes and basal vertical narrow comb flutes. Notched and fluted handle. Mushroom stopper cut with radiating mitre flutes. Circa 1810.

Height: 10½ inches. Price: £950.00.

W10655 Fine pair of Victorian shaft and globe decanters cut with broad flutes over a horizontal row of elongated oval lenticles above basal large quatrefoils and pairs of vertical hollow flutes. Star-cut bases. Original lapidary ball stoppers. Circa 1880.

Height: 12¼ inches.  Price: £325.00.

W9925 Good Georgian plain barrel shaped decanter with three plain neck rings. Target stopper. Circa 1800.

Height: 11½ inches.  Price: £365.00.

W10493 Good pair of Victorian shaft and globe decanters cut with vertical oval lenticles and hollow diamond facets over vertiocal and horizontal oval lenticles. Star-cut bases. Original matching hollow blown stoppers. Circa 1880.

Height: 12¼ inches. Price: £265.00.

W10875 Elegant Victorian urn shaped decanter engraved all over with bands of stylised anthemion between spotted bands, on foot engraved with key pattern. Original matching hollow blown urn shaped stopper. Probably Richardsons & Sons, Stourbridge. Circa 1870.

Height: 13½ inches. Price: £275.00.

W1619 Good Georgian barrel shaped claret jug cut with broad flutes to the lip over horizontal pillar flutes and broad shoulder flutes above a band of vertical broad flutes between two bands of horizontal pillar flutes and basal broad flutes. Notched and fluted handle and star-cut base. Mushroom stopper cut with radiating broad flutes over facet-cut knop. Possibly Irish. Circa 1830.

Height: 9¾ inches. Price: £695.00

W10711 Good Georgian barrel shaped decanter with three plain neck rings over cut broad shoulder flutes above basal vertical narrow comb flutes. Star-cut mushroom stopper. Circa 1820.

Height: 9½ inches. Price: £265.00.

W10840 Superb pair of Georgian Irish barrel shaped decanters with three annulated neck rings above a horizontal foliate band between two rows of diagonal blazes and alternating panels of star burst and navette reserves of fine diamonds above basal vertical moulded fluting. Original moulded mushroom stoppers. Cork, Ireland. Circa 1800.

Height: 10 inches. Price: £975.00.

W1620 Fine apir of Georgian tapered blue small decanters with gilded rims over cartouches for 'BRANDY' and 'HOLLANDS' with elaborate scroll borders surrounded by a sinuous ail of bunches of grapes. Original scalloped blue stoppers. Circa 1780.

Height: 9½ inches. Price: £525.00.

W1595 Fine pair of Georgian tapered decanters cut with vertical broad flutes between three flat neck rings over broad shoulder flutes and basal vertical hollow comb flutes. Target stoppers. Circa 1810.

Height: 11 inches. Price: £875.00.

W10877 Extremely rare Georgian ship's decanter, the neck cut with vertical broad flutes between four fluted blade neck rings over cushion shaped body cut with broad shoulder flutes over basal vertical hollow comb flutes. Original matching hollow blown stopper. The original turned mahogany coaster rests on three small casters with their original leather rollers. The coaster is attributed to James Mein of Kelso. Circa 1820.

Total height: 11¼ ins. Height of decanter: 9 ins. Height of coaster: 2¾ inches. Diameter of coaster: 9 inches. Price: £1875.00.

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