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Rock Crystal and Colourless Glass

Works by designers including: Keith Murray, Frederick Lonie, Charles Boynton, John Thomas Fereday, Joseph Palme, Bohm and Clyne Farqhuarson

A Rock Crystal Vase, Edinburgh Crystal, signed F Lonie

the body of ovoid form with truncated trumpet neck, deeply cut with floral and paisley shaped reserves, 1st quarter of the 20th Century, 11in (28cm)

Fred Lonie is only recorded as having worked in Scotland.

A Keith Murray designed vase for Stevens & Williams (Brierley),

of bucket form, engraved with a cactus design, c.1934, signed, 12in (30cm)

One of the 20th Century design icons.

 

A Keith Murray designed vase for Stevens & Williams (Brierley) signed,

engraved with a tall cactus, c.1933, 17in (43cm) approx.

This vase is generally accepted to be Murray's signature piece and is a 'must have' for a collector of 20th Century designer glass.

A Clyne Farqhuarson Art Deco Bowl

for John Walsh Walsh, leaf pattern, signed and dated 1937, 25cm

detail of signature (see previous description)

A set of Four Heisey Ohio USA, Candlesticks

uncoloured glass, first quarter of the 20th Century, 12in (30.5cm)

A Thomas Webb ' Egyptian Dynasty' Glass Vase engraved by John Thomas Fereday (1854-1942),

circa 1922, signed, engraved with Horus, the falcon headed sun god and a priest of Ptah within a border of engraved lotus heads,12in high (32cm approx)

This extremely rare vase was commissioned by Aberdeen City Council from the manufactury of Thomas Webb, Stourbridge as a wedding gift for Princess Mary.

Thomas Webb and Sons commissioned Fereday and Fritsche to engrave the vase with Egyptian motifs inspired by the search for the Tomb of Tutenkhamun,and the contemporary vogue in England and Europe for all things Egyptian.

See Glass and Pottery as Royal Wedding Presents, The Pottery Gazette and Glass Trade Review, April 1992 edition and Hadjamach - 20th Century British Glass, p.240.

A Charles Boyton Art Deco Drinking Glass, for Harrods, Department store, London (Stevens & Williams) SOLD

signed on the foot, c. 1930, 9in (23cm)

Charles Boyton was well known as a silversmith and for his art deco silver designs. This glass would appear to be a lone survivor from his glass design sketches

A Thomas Webb Rock Crystal Champagne Glass engraved by William Fritsche SOLD

A Thomas Webb Glass Goblet decorated by Boam SOLD

An Important Webb 'Rock Crystal' Goblet carved by Franz Joseph Palme, SOLD

 

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