Enamels & Glass
 
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Rare James Giles decorated glass Scent Flask and stopper, with cap and original shagreen case, c.1765-70

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'Honeysuckle Group' enamel Scent Bottle, Chain and Stopper, the unusual ground colour decorated with raised gilt flowers and reserved scrollwork cartouches containing a duck swimming amongst reeds, the reverse with a bird and fruit, 1755-60

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English enamel Snuff Box, Birmingham or London, c.1760-65, the cover decorated with a finely dressed gentleman and lady, the sides with scenes from The Ladies' Amusement, and the inside cover painted with a portrait of Mrs Brooks, after Thomas Worlidge

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English enamel Snuff Box (left), showing the portrait of Mrs Brooks

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Short Wine Glass with plain drawn trumpet stem on folded conical foot, c.1740

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Enamel Salt Cellar raised on three feet, painted with three bucolic scenes within raised gilt scroll cartouches and reserved on a pink ground, probably Bilston, South Staffordshire, c.1780

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Rare London enamel gilt-mounted Patch Box, showing the blue camaïeu decoration, c.1760

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Gilt-mounted Patch Box (left), showing its original fitted glass

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Wine Glass with diamond faceted stem and engraved 'oxo' border, c.1775

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English enamel Snuff Box, the cover printed with Mobbing Birds, c.1758-60, possibly inspired by the Virgil Solis (1514-62) woodcut illustration for 'The Owl and the Birds', from Aesop's Fables

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Bilston enamel Box, painted with a harbour scene in the style of Meissen, the sides with floral sprays, a winged insect inside the cover and to the underside, c.1750-55

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Wine Glass with hexagonal faceted stem and engraved swag decoration around the rim, c.1785

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English enamel Snuff Box, the circular cover painted with a well-dressed gentleman and lady in a European landscape, the sides painted with floral sprays. The inside cover is painted with two winged insects and a rose, the underside base with a flower. Probably Birmingham, c.1765

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English enamel Snuff Box interior (left)

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