Laurie Leigh Antiques

Fine English & Irish Antique Glass

18th Century Wine Glasses, 19th Century Wine Glasses, Goblets and Rummers
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W10827 Rare set of six Victoran footed tumblers or beer glasses with ogee bowls with everted rims decorated in the 'Roman' pattern with two bands of tiny tessellated oval lenticles and two rows of circular lenticles, on blade knopped stems. James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars, London(Two shown). Circa 1900.

Height: 5¼ inches. Price: £350.00.

W7264 Rare Georgian wine glass with bell bowl on multispiral airtwist stem with shoulder knop on domed foot. Circa 1750.

Height: 6¼ inches. Price: Sold.

W1549 Fine Georgian goblet with ogee bowl decorated with basal diamond moulding, on airtwist stem with two spiral threads over vertical gauze. Ex Leonard Fuller Collection. Circa 1750.

Height: 7½ inches. Price: £1150.00.

W10736 Rare Georgian wine glass with plain bell shaped bowl, on mixed twist stem with an airthread cable and an opaque corkscrew twist over vertical opaque thread. Circa 1760.

Height: 5¾ inches. Price: £875.00.

W1585 Charming Victorian rummer with bucket shaped bowl finely etched in diamond point with four diffrent representations of the Royal coat-of-arms, a monogram 'MBRS' with the date 1847 and two poems*, on capstan stem. Dated 'London Feb 2 1847'.

*Click here for text of poems.

Height: 5¼ inches. Price: £595.00.

W10724 Lovely set of six Victorian goblets with conical bowls finely engraved with a band of fruiting vines, on fine drawn plain stems. (Two shown). James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars, London. Circa 1900.

Height: 5½ inches. Price: £395.00.

W10830 Beautiful Art Deco set of six cocktail glasses with conical bowls cut with a horizontal row of oval lenticles over vertical broad flutes, on stem with fluted cylindrical knop. (Two shown). French. Circa 1920.

Height: 4⅛ inches. Price: £350.00.

W1599 Rare Georgian small wine glass decorated in red and white enamel with oval portrait medallions representing Prince Henry Benedict Stuart Cardinal Duke of York* linked by foliate festoons and pendants below gilded rim, on stem cut with hexgonal hollow facets. Probably decorated by Anthony Taylor, the Scottish enameller formerly of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Circa 1790.

*Cardinal Henry Benedict Stuart (1725-1807) was the last Stuart claimant to the English Throne. He was the younger brother of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the 'Young Pretender' or 'Bonnie Prince Charlie'. Both were the sons of the 'Old Pretender', James Francis Edward Stuart known to his Jacobite supporters as King James III of England and VIII of Scotland. On the death of Prince Charles in 1788, Cardinal Henry inherited the claim and became known to his supporters as King Henry IX of England and Henry I of Scotland.

Height: 4⅞ inches. Price: £850.00

W1544 Rare Georgian wine glass with honeycomb moulded pantopped bowl, on octagonal pedestal stem and matching domed and folded foot. Circa 1750.

Height: 6 inches. Price: £1850.00.

W10778 Good Georgian rummer with barrel shaped bowl cut with a broad band of diamonds over basal broad flutes, on stem with compressed ball knop. Circa 1820.

Height: 5 inches. Price: Sold.

W10650 Fine Georgian sweetmeat glass or 'champagne' glass with plain double ogee bowl, on eight-sided pedestal stem, and domed and folded foot. Circa 1750.

Height: 6⅜ inches. Price: £375.00.

W1483 Rare George II loving cup with round funnel bowl with folded rim and basal moulded gadrooning and two ribbed pincer-worked handles, on terraced foot. Circa 1740.

Height: 6¾ inches. Price: £2450.00.

W10413 Good Georgian rummer with plain ovoid bowl, on capstan stem. Circa 1820.

Height: 5½ inches. Price: £125.00.

W10575 Rare Georgian wine glass with bell shaped bowl on triple knopped opaque twist stem with four 3-ply spiral bands over vertical gauze. Circa 1760.

Height: 6⅞ inches. Price: £825.00.

W1577 Fine Georgian wine glass with funnel bowl engraved with a sprig of lily-of-the-valley, on stem cut with hollow hexagonal facets and thick, flat foot. Circa 1770.

Height: 6⅛ inches. Price: £575.00.

W1578 Unusual late 19th century German marriage or bridal glass with gilt metal maiden holding her arms aloft supporting pivoted pale green wine cup gilded with fruiting vines, her skirt comprising a bell shaped bowl gilded with fruiting vines below the inscripton 'Alles Glück dem Brautpaare' (Good Luck to the Betrothed Couple). Circa 1890.

Height: 10¼ inches. Price: £250.00.

W10831 Beautiful pair ofArt Deco cocktail glasses with conical bowls cut with a horizontal row of oval lenticles over vertical broad flutes, on stem with fluted cylindrical knop. French. Circa 1920.

Height: 4⅛ inches. Price: £120.00.

AB4352 Fine Georgian ale flute with plain ogee bowl on opaque twist stem with 12-ply spiral band over two spiral tapes. Circa 1760.

Height: 7¼ inches. Price: £425.00.

W1613 Rare Georgian Jacobite goblet with ogee bowl inscribed 'DRUMMOSSIE MOOR'* below a row of 'star and lenticle' above basal cut facet and oval mitre flutes, on stem cut with hollow diamond facets. Circa 1770.

Height: 7½ inches. Price: £1550.00.

*Drummossie Moor is the actual location of the Battle of Culloden which took place on 16th April, 1746 when the British forces commanded by Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland decisively defeated the Jacobite army led by Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender (also known as Bonnie Prince Charlie).

W9166 Fine Georgian Irish cordial glass with round funnel bowl with solid base decorated with basal moulded fluting, on opaque twist stem with four spiral threads over vertical gauze. Circa 1760.

Height: 6¼ inches. Price: £1050.00.

W10454 Good Georgian large rummer with plain ovoid bowl, on capstan stem. Circa 1820.

Height: 6¼ inches. Price: £135.00.

W1588 Rare Georgian baluster dram glass with round funnel bowl with solid base, on stem with angular knop over baluster knop and folded foot. Circa 1720.

Height: 4 inches. Price: £1950.00.

W10617 Superb set of six Art Deco port glasses with conical bowls decorated in intaglio in the 'Oleta' pattern with a band of fine horizontal mitre flutes over stylised flower buds, on tapering stems cut with hollow oval facets. Stuart & Sons, Stourbridge. (Two shown). Circa 1935.

Height: 5⅜ inches. Price: £225.00.

W10126 Fine Georgian wine glass with bell bowl, on airtwist stem with spiral cable and folded foot. Circa 1750.

Height: 6½ inches. Price: £595.00.

W1589 Rare Georgian disguised Jacobite wine glass with pan topped bowl finely engraved with floral and foliate band including carnation, honeysuckle, aster, rose, lily pad and sunflower, on multispiral airtwist stem with central swelling knop. Circa 1750.

Height: 6¼ ins. Price: £2750.00.

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