An Irish canoe shape bowl
A fine Irish canoe shape bowl with flute cut turnover rim and scallops to the base of the bowl set on tall knopped stem over a lemon squeeze pedestal foot, c1800.
8 1/2 ins high, 11 1/2 ins long & 9 ins across.
An Arts and Crafts silver mounted decanter and stopper
A quatrefoil, wrythen ribbed and dimpled decanter with applied pinch trailing and original stopper made by Stuart's c1890 with silver mount marked Birmingham 1890 and 'JSG'. 11 !/2 ins high.
The design for this decanter is illustrated in '19th British Glass' by Charles Hajdamach.
A square base salt
A ribbed ovoid bowl salt with scallop cut rim and notch cut ribbing on pedestal stem and square foot, c1780-90.
3 1/4 ins high.
Sometimes these small items are called Bonnet or Montieth glasses but certainly this one could not be drunk from.
A celery vase
A pretty small bell bowl 'celery' vase c1800,
5 5/8ins high.
A Richardsons engraved claret jug
An amphora shaped claret jug engraved with meandering Passion flowers by Richardson's of Stourbridge, mid 19th cent. 11 ins. high