Brian Watson Antique Glass

Stand: D60
Brian Watson Antique Glass

Brian Watson's expertise is in 17th, 18th and 19th-century glass. Mainly drinking glasses but also other associated table glass. Dealers in antique glass since 1991. Our stock covers glass from Roman times to early 20th century. We work with collectors and those who enjoy using glass from earlier times.

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  • In May 2021 the United Nations declared 2022 would be the International Year of Glass. As a result of this declaration all over the world activities have been organised to promote

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  • Roman 1st or 2nd century C.E. cinerary urn. It would have contained the ashes of someone who had died and been cremated. A rare object in good condition.
  • A Bohemian or German wine glass with floral engraved rim to bowl , cutting to the base of the bowl and the inverted baluster stem. Folded foot. Made between 1725 and 1750.
  • Two miniature tumblers, one 3.5 centimetres tall and the other 4.5 centimetres tall. Probably English and made about 1780 to 1800.
  • A very fine pair of large opaline glass vases produced by Baccarat about 1840 - 50. They are particularly large being 52 centimetres tall. The floral decoration is by Jean-François Robert one of the f ...
  • A German roemer wine glass with a spun foot made at the end of the 18th century.
  • A late 19th century ruby glass finger bowl of fine quality produced by by one of the major French glass companies. The style of the gilded monogram is typical of Clichy but the bowl could be by Baccar ...
  • An English composite stemmed wine glass from about 1750 in front of a late 19th century Swiss historismus stained glass window in the style of the 17th century.
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