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Stevens & Williams - Vases

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A Joshua Hodgetts Stevens & Williams two Colour Vase and Cover

of baluster form, green/orange cut to clear with prunus, Stourbridge, England, c 1895-1905, 12in (30.5cm) approx

A Stevens and Williams Silveria Vase,

of 'squashed bucket' form, Stourbridge c.1901.

A Stevens and Williams Silveria Vase,

of lily bud form striated with green, signed and dated 1901, Stourbridge, 11 1/4in (28cm).

An Important Stevens and Williams Intaglio Cut Vase by Frederick Carder

for a similar vase see Paul V Gardner, The Glass of Frederick Carder, Crown Publishers Inc, New York, 1976, p.g. 15, pl iii.22.

The Design for the Frederick Carder Fish Vase,

Stevens and Williams Pattern Books, Broadfield House Museum, Dudley.

Design and Cutting Notes for the Frederick Carder Fish Vase, Stevens & Williams pattern books, Broadfield House Museum, Dudley

A Detail of the fish cutting on the Frederick Carder fish Vase.

A Stevens and Williams English Cameo Glass Vase,

of bottle form, the white cut to cranberry with fruiting black berry canes, Stourbridge, c.1885, 11in (28cm) approx.

A Stevens and Williams Silver Mounted Bud Vase,

the green overlay intaglio cut to clear, the silver mount hallmarked for Birmingahm 1898 and made by Heath and Middleton, 11in (27.5cm).

A Stevens and Williams Silver Mounted Bud Vase,

the purple overlay intaglio cut to clear, the silver mount hallmarked for Birmingahm 1898 and made by Heath and Middleton.

A Stevens and Williams Intaglio Cut Vase,

of baluster form, cranberry/orange cut to clear with an English Art Nouveau style Tulip flower, 12in (30.5cm).

Detail of the cutting on the Stevens and Williams English Art Nouveau Vase.

A Stevens and Williams Cut Glass Rainbow Solifleur,

Stourbridge, c.1890, 14 1/2in (37cm) tall approx.

A Stevens and Williams Adventurine Vase,

of double gourd shape, the case body intaglio cut with air trapped adventurine motifs of flowers, Stourbridge, c.1895-1905, 12in (30.5cm) high approx.

A detail from the Adventurine glass vase decoration.

A Stevens and Williams 'Jewell' Vase,

of globular form the air trap body divided into stipes beneath a wavy rim, Regisitered Design Number - Rd 66953, Stourbridge, 1880's 3in (7.5cm) high, approx.

An Antique Stevens and Williams Joshua Hodgetts Cut Vase,

cased and intaglio cut, circa 1909, 29cm high.

For a similar example: see Hajdamach 'English Glass 1800-1914) pg 288 col pl. 31 - This vase is recorded in pattern book 34, No 39960 and titled 'Wallflower over Citron, Josh 25/- Sell 84/- 4/02/09'

A Detail from the Joshua Hodgetts cut vase.

A John Northwood design for Stevens and Williams Intaglio Cut Vase,

of moon flask form, the pink cut to white with chicks and wheatears.

The Victoria & Albert Glass Collection holds an identical piece.

A Large Stevens and Williams Verre De Soie Vase,

Stourbridge, c.1885, 14in (35cm) approx.

A Pair of Stevens and Williams Mat su Noke Type Vases,

applied and cased in graduated turquoise blue/white, raspberry prunts to bases, 8in (20.5cm) high approx (2)

A Pair of Stevens and Williams Jewell (Air Trap) Vases,

of waisted cylindrical form, graduated colour of cranberry to clear, c.1885, 5 1/2in (14cm) high approx.

A Stevens and Williams Mistletoe Vase

the cranberry body aspplied with mistletoe sprigs, the base with raspberry prunts, 7in (18cm) high approx.

Provenance:

Cyril Manley Collection

Detail of the glass Mistletoe berries

A Stevens and Williams Osiris Vase SOLD

 

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