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Thomas Webb & Sons

Probably the most famous Victorian glasshouse was located in Stourbridge, England.  Known for innovative design and techniques in glassmaking.

Thomas Webb glass, particularly scent/perfume bottles always in stock.  Cameo Scent Bottles

To request further details on any of our items please visit our contact page.             DETAILS

The History of Thomas Webb & Sons                 Registered Design Numbers

A Webb Corbett Enamelled Wine Glass,

2nd quarter of the 20th Century, Stourbridge

Webb Corbett acid etched mark

An Oval Thomas Webb Cameo Brooch/Pendant

decorated with St. Bernard's Lily flowers (Anthericum Lilago), 2 1/2in (6cm) approx

A Thomas Webb Miniature Three Colour Cameo Glass Vase,

decorated with convolvulous flowers, Stourbridge, c.1880. Whilst only 3 1/4in (8cm) high this vase has the desirable butterfly to rear. This butterfly is understood to be a 'signature' on Webb glass.

A Detail of the butterfly design on the Thomas Web Miniature Cameo Vase

A Pair of Thomas Webb Engraved Whisky Tumblers,

on crenellated Feet, engraved with storks in aesthetic manner, Stourbridge, c 1885, 4 1/2in (11.5cm) high approx.

As Vases Pair of Three Colour Thomas Webb English Cameo Glass

decorated with trailing ivy, Stourbridge, England, c.1880, 12in (30.5cm).

Reverse of the Thomas Webb Three Colour Cameo Vases.

A detail from the Thomas Webb three colour cameo vases.

A Thomas Web English Cameo Glass Cabinet Cup ans Saucer

Stourbridge, c.1885, cup 4in (10cm)

high

A Thomas Webb Rock Crystal Perfume Bottle,

the body cut with alternate bands of cameo and intaglio work, silver mounted, hallmark for London 1888, 5 3/4in (14cm) approx.

More Thomas Webb Scent bottles on the 'Scent Bottles' page.

A Rare Thomas Webb Silver Mounted Decanter

decorated by Daniel Pearce & Lionel Pearce, 1889-1905.

 

A Thomas Webb wine glass by William Fritsche

cranberry intaglio cut though to clear with a design of an exotic bird, on a clear stem, c.1885-95

A copy of the design from the Thomas Webb Pattern Book

A Pair of Thomas Webb Cameo glass vases of mallet form,

c. 1880, 12in 31.5cm

A Pair of Thomas Webb Burmese Frilled Vases

decorated with Acorn and Oak leaves pattern designed by Jules Barbe, acid etched mark Thomas Webb, Burmese and rarely seen Rd number to base 60167, 3 1/4in (8.5cm).

A Rare Webb three colour English Cameo Vase

decorated with orchids, signed Thomas Webb & Sons c.1885, (8in 20.5cm) approx.

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 Thomas Webb Alexandrite 'Jack in the Pulpit' Posy Vase

on honeycomb body, with four colours showing, c 1902, 3 3/4in (9.25cm) approx.

A group of Webb miniature cameo Glass Vases,

please contact us for details

A Thomas Webb English Cameo Glass Vase, of extraordinary quality and cutting:

white cameo overlay cut through to pale yellow with a Peacock Feather, c 1885, etched TW&S banner mark to base, 9in approx.

A detail of the peacock feather eye is on the Thomas Webb & Sons HISTORY page. Click on link at the top of this page.

One glass from a Set of Six,

cranberry overlay cut through to clear with strawberry cut diamonds, the bucket shaped bowl on plain foot and stem, Stourbridge, probably Webb, circa 1880

A Thomas Webb Cameo Glass Preserve Jar,

carved with marine subjects, silver plated mounts, Stourbridge, c.1888, 6in diam (15cm) approx.

A Rare Thomas Webb Alexandrite footed bowl SOLD

of 'convulvulous flower' form, 5in (12cm) approx diam.

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

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

 

 

A Thomas Webb Goblet engraved by Boam. SOLD

 

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