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Antique Cobalt Glass,
Pedestal Lidded Apothecary/Candy Jars & Covered Candy Dish
Unknown Maker, Assembled, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Cobalt Glass,
Pedestal Lidded Apothecary/Candy Jars & Covered Candy Dish 
Unknown Maker, Assembled, 19th Century, group view

Slight differences, similar decoration, excellent condition; jars: 12”, bowl: 7”

SOLD

1322-9




Pair of Covered, Cut and Engraved Clear Glass Urns, Bulbous Finials on Hat Form Covers
Anglo Irish, Circa 1840 - SOLD
The bodies & lids with cut diamond decoration feature engraved stags, scrolls and landscape


Antique Pair of Cut and Engraved Clear Glass Urns, Circa 1840, entire view

(H: 15”)

SOLD

659-138




Pair of Liquor Dispensers, Sapphire Blue Glass, Engraved Whisky, Brandy
Bar sized footed dispenser, removable top, working spigot, engraved, etched
Unknown Maker and Origin
Probably Late 19th or early 20th Century
Outstanding, Beautiful Color and Condition - SOLD


Pair of Liquor Dispensers, Sapphire Blue Glass, Engraved Whisky, Brandy, entire view

(H: 30.5")

232-294 - SOLD




Amethyst Glass Flower Bowl - SOLD


Amethyst Glass Flower Bowl , entire view

Dimensions: 6.5-inches high, 7.5-inch diameter.

171-41 - SOLD




Admiral Nelson Trafalgar Victory
Commemorative Goblet
Circa 1805 - SOLD


Admiral Nelson Trafalgar Victory
Commemorative Goblet
Circa 1805, entire view

Blown goblet with attached foot and stem; cut and engraved decoration with gilt highlighting of a ship and the words "Nelson's Victory"; possibly decorated to commemorate Admiral Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805; trace of gilded monogram, possibly "JEC." The goblet is in excellent condition.
With the defeat of his fleet at Trafalgar in 1805, Napoleon's hope to break the British blockade and to invade England was dashed. For England the victory came dearly, for it cost the life of the nation's greatest captain, Horatio Viscount Nelson. English merchants and manufacturer's immediately upon learning of the great victory, and the loss of the popular navel commander, began producing a variety of commemorative items. This flint goblet is an example of the type of souvenir that was marketed to a grieving, adoring public. It is somewhat unusual in that it puns the name of Nelson's flagship HMS Victory and the positive result of the Battle of Trafalgar for England. Approximately 8-inches high; diameter: 5.5-inches.

232-20 - SOLD




Blown Glass Decanter with Stopper, Emerald Green, Expanded Diamond Pattern
Likely Bristol, England
Date/Period: 19th Century - SOLD


Blown Glass Decanter with Stopper, Emerald Green, Expanded Diamond Pattern Likely Bristol, England, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 13 1/8”

Condition: Fine and original

SOLD

1310-133





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