Two lovely pressed green glass piano castors, possibly vaseline glass. Wear to the base glass conducive with age and three small nibbles to the base of one castor but they are in remarkably good condition given age and intended use.
George Davidson & Co Blackberry Prunt Oval Bowl. Condition; Very good, small chip on the base light surface scratches which can be seen on close inspection. Dimensions; 6.5cms.2-1/2" H x 25cms.10" L x 20cms.8" W.
A superb glass bowl, would make a beautiful centre piece, the pattern of alternate fruits and roses have been moulded in raised relief and acid etched to make a very nice display. There are abrasion marks to the inside around 1.5" up from the base, these will polish out if wished, size is 165 mm, 6.5" tall x 210 mm, 8.25" in diameter.
A stunning piece of what is believed to be antique pressed glass in a swirl type design dating from around the late 19th early 20th century. I am also unsure of the maker however it wouldn't surprise me to find out that this piece was made by Davidson or Edward Moore.
A beautiful pressed, polished glass vase, c 1910 decoration is either (1) stylised owl or (2) inverted fleur de lis with a fan above, very nicely finished and displaying well, has wear to the base, size is 200 mm, 8" tall.
A delightful and interesting Vintage Carnival glass sugar bowl and milk jug. They are marigold/amber in colour with iridescent purple glint to the shimmering glass. They have a ruffled edge with thorn and thistle design attributed to Fenton Glass-works USA. The bowl measures H.10.5cm x W14cm approx. The jug H.10cm to the spout x 7cm across, all approx. They are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, but some moulding crazing in its manufacture to the base of the jug.
A trio of miniature pressed glass ornament baskets. They measure between 6.5 to 7cm across, approx. One is square, one round and one is oblong. The round one has a mold mark in the base which gives the appearance of a crack, which it is not. They all have some gilding decoration.