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Early Glass Collector
2000-2004.

THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL WEBSITE FOR COLLECTORS OF EARLY GLASS BOTTLES AND STONEWARE FOR THE GENERAL PERIOD 1450 - 1850

Now back on track updating and adding stock regularly to the world leading early glass website

Gallery
Below are just a handfull of the 200 plus items of early glass bottles, stoneware and period items that may interest you from our complete catalog.
R0701M.PEDESTALEECH.M  Impressive clear lead glass Georgian large footed and pedestalled leech jar c1790+ with flared flattened lip. Medium domed foot with broken pontil, short pedestal with deep bulb and wide flared flattened lip. Full original surface gloss. 10 1/2
R0701M.PEDESTALEECH.M
R0301S.TRANSITHOMOND.M  Attractive c1680s transitional freeblown English wine blackglass (mid olive green) overall lightly vitrified surface , sealed to shoulder with large well lipped seal with Ducal coronet over large
R0301S.TRANSITHOMOND.M
R0602.1680IRIDTRANSIT.M   Character aged and patinated transitional shaft and globe c1680 wine with etching, layers of iridescence, classic form blackglass (mid olive green) freeblown  English, medium kickup with sand pontil, bulbous body with marvered sides, rounded sloping shoulders into wide based tapering neck through saturn disk stringrim below everted lip. Good character and aging, sliver off approx 1/4 of string rim and further chip other side. 7 3/8
R0602.1680IRIDTRANSIT.M
R0920M.BLUELABMAGNES.M   Rare original label, wooden closure and contents, cobalt blue rectangular poison embossed
R0920M.BLUELABMAGNES.M
R0821M.BAROMETER.M   Rare and fascinating talking point, clearglass
R0821M.BAROMETER.M
R0730SW.MERCURY1.M    Excellent attractive brown speckled saltglaze stoneware mercury jar of classic inverted baluster form with small rounded lip. Good arm brown speckled colour throughout. Makers mark impressed just above base
R0730SW.MERCURY1.M