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  • Vintage Crackle Glass Hand-Painted Huntsman Ashtray
    A solid ashtray in lovely "crackle glass" with a hand painted HUNTSMAN hand painted on it. There is a tiny "flea bite" out of the inner rim and this has "starred" a little under the rim but is not really noticeable.We have however reduced the price to this fault into account.
    NZ$ 41.00
  • Vintage USSCo Imperial Half Pint Beer Glass Circa 1920's
    A big heavy old Half Pint Beer glass with the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY Insignia frosted onto it. This is a big beauty in Mint condition.
    NZ$ 56.00
  • Queen Victoria 1837-1887 Silver Jubilee Medallion
    A white pewter type metal medallion for the 1887 60 years Reign. diameter is 1 1/2 inches.
    NZ$ 60.00
  • Kosta Boda Monica Backstrom Art Glass Mushroom
    Very sweet piece of glass from the very well known artist Monica Backstrom of KOSTA BODA, Sweden. The piece is 3.5" in height and the same in width. No faults.
    NZ$ 90.00
  • Stunning Murano 'Raspberry Pink' Art Glass Ashtray
    Gorgeous raspberry pink in colour this lovely piece of Murano Art Glass has wonderful design elements and is in near perfect condition...probably from around 1960's-70's. Measures 7 1/4" max width and is from 2 to 2.5" in height.
    NZ$ 95.00
  • Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Glass Commemorative Plate
    This glass Commemorative plate is in excellent condition with no faults and includes a depiction of The Queen to centre with Diamond Jubilee 1897 and florals to surround plus a frilled rim. The symbols of the English Rose, Irish Shamrock, and Scottish Thistle & Heather make up the floral decoration. Diameter is 9 3/4". Neat piece of Victorian memorabilia.
    NZ$ 105.00
  • Queen Victoria 1837-1887 Silver Jubilee Cut Glass Bon-Bon Basket
    A quite lovely small English Cut Glass Bon-Bon Basket commemorating Queen Victoria's Silver Jubilee in 1887. In excellent fault free condition...measures 5 3/4" in diameter.
    NZ$ 110.00
  • Victorian Hand Blown Glass Water Jug -Stunning in Luminescent Like Blue
    A Beautiful piece of Victorian Hand Blown Glass in a stunning blue with a deeper blue applied braided handle. In perfect condition standing 9" high with a width of 6" at bowl centre.
    NZ$ 115.00
  • Commemorative Glass Plate - General Roberts Entering Pretoria June 5 1900
    In perfect condition this 117 year old commemorative Glass Plate has a diameter of 10 1/4" Field Marshal Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts, VC, KG, KP, GCB, OM, GCSI, GCIE, KStJ, VD, PC (30 September 1832 – 14 November 1914) was a British soldier who was one of the most successful commanders of the 19th century. He served in the Indian Rebellion, the Expedition to Abyssinia and the Second Anglo-Afghan War before leading British Forces to success in the Second Boer War. He also became the last Commander-in-Chief of the Forces before the post was abolished in 1904. On 23 December 1899 Roberts returned to South Africa to take overall command of British forces in the Second Boer War, subordinating the previous commander, General Redvers Buller. His appointment was a response to a string of defeats in the early weeks of the war and was accompanied by the despatch of huge reinforcements. For his headquarters staff, he appointed military men from far and wide: Lord Kitchener (Chief of Staff) from the Sudan, Frederick Burnham (Chief of Scouts), the American scout, from the Klondike, David Henderson from the Staff College, Neville Chamberlain from Afghanistan and William Nicholson (Military Secretary) from Calcutta. Roberts launched a two-pronged offensive, personally leading the advance across the open veldt into the Orange Free State, while Buller sought to eject the Boers from the hills of Natal. Having raised the Siege of Kimberley, at the Battle of Paardeberg on 27 February 1900 Roberts forced the Boer General Piet Cronjé to surrender with some 4,000 men. After another victory at Poplar Grove, Roberts captured the Free State capital Bloemfontein on 13 March. His further advance was delayed by his disastrous attempt to reorganise his army's logistic system on the Indian Army model in the midst of the war. The resulting chaos and shortage of supplies contributed to a severe typhoid epidemic that inflicted far heavier losses on the British forces than they suffered in combat. On 3 May Roberts resumed his offensive towards the Transvaal, capturing its capital Pretoria on 31 May.
    NZ$ 135.00
  • Art Deco Pink Depression Glass Bowl & Centre Piece
    A stunning 1930's piece in a pretty pink with a semi-nude Grecian Lady as the flower holder Centre Piece....she stands 7" tall and the bowl has a diameter of 10". In perfect condition bar one shallow rim chip....hard to see due to pattern in the glass but please refer attached pictures.
    NZ$ 149.00
  • A Beautiful Pair of Bohemian Glass Jug Vases - Early 1900's
    A very pretty pair of Hand Blown Bohemian Glass Jug-Vases dating to Circa 1900. In near perfect condition with no faults that we can determine they stand 8 1/2" in height.
    NZ$ 155.00
  • Victorian AESTHETIC Movement Pair of Scottish Hand Made Decanters
    These Hand Made beautifully Etched Pair of Scottish Aesthetic Decanters stand 6 inches tall...we date them to 1870-1880. They are very solid little pieces as the glass is quite thick..... and they have fabulous Scottish Thistles and trees / foliage etched on the surface.These vessels do not have stoppers as they were used as decanters for pouring wines or ports into the glasses. The Aesthetic Movement (primarily 1860-1900) was an intellectual and art movement supporting the emphasis of aesthetic values more than social-political themes for literature, fine art, music and other arts. This meant that art from this particular movement focused more on being beautiful rather than having a deeper meaning — "art for art's sake". It was particularly prominent in Europe during the 19th century, supported by notable figures such as Walter Pater and Oscar Wilde, but more contemporary critics are also associated with the movement, such as Harold Bloom, who argued against projecting social and political ideology onto literary works, which he believes has been a growing problem in humanities departments over the 20th century. In the 19th century, it was related to other movements such as symbolism or decadence represented in France, or decadentismo represented in Italy, and may be considered the British version of the same style. The Aesthetes developed a cult of beauty, which they considered the basic factor of art. Life should copy Art, they asserted. They considered nature as crude and lacking in design when compared to art. The main characteristics of the style were: suggestion rather than statement, sensuality, great use of symbols, and synaesthetic/Ideasthetic effects—that is, correspondence between words, colours and music. Music was used to establish mood.
    NZ$ 155.00
  • Murano Venetian Hand Blown Art Glass PURSE VASE - Sublime!
    What a outstandingly lovely piece this is.....the tortoiseshell affect is simply stunning! This a good sized item standing 11" in height with a base width of 7". In perfect condition....flawless as all genuine Murano pieces are.......there are no markings but the typical Murano shaved pontil mark and outstanding quality screams Murano to us. Super Quality at a Super Price'
    NZ$ 185.00
  • Amazing Aesthetic Movement Venetian Art Glass Vase
    A most unusual quite amazing Venetian Glass Vase standing 10 3/4inches tall with a diameter at lip of 7 1/4 inches. We date this vase as 1880 - 1890. One small fault break to the lace work rim area.....has been repaired....refer pics.
    NZ$ 235.00
  • Gorgeous Venetian Murano Vase 1998
    Wonderful colour tones with a brilliant Orange set on a cobalt blue fading background. The vase is marked to base ...Murano 98. In perfect condition this lovely piece stands 8 inches in height with a maximum width at centre of around 6 inches.
    NZ$ 275.00
  • MURANO Millefiori Vase - Stunning piece Big, Bold, & Beautiful
    A big solid hand blown piece of beautiful Murano Art Glass in the form of a Millefiori Vase. The piece is really heavy....approximately 3 kilos and stands 13 1/4" in height with a diameter of around 6" at widest point. The Vase is Signed on the base and we think this piece probably dates to around the 1970's - 1980's.
    NZ$ 395.00

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