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Title: Large Vasart/Monart Blue Glass Bowl

Reference: 03189

Description: A large Vasart/Monart blue glass bowl. Monart glass was made at the Moncrieff glassworks in Scotland between 1924 and 1961 and Vasart glass was started in 1946. Pontil mark to base.

Dimensions: Diam: 30cm (12") H: 10cm (4")

Price: £68


Title: Rosenthal Glass Charger 'Daisy' by Andy Warhol

Reference: 03132

Description: A stunning, large, Rosenthal glass charger. Limited Art edition by Rosenthal studio-line: the "Originals of our time", Daisy pattern by Andy Warhol. Rosenthal was founded in 1879 by Philipp Rosenthal. Under the management of the son of the company founder, Philip Rosenthal (1916-20010, Rosenthal became a pioneering company in the areas of design and art.

Dimensions: 55cm (21.5") diameter

Price: SOLD


Title: Holmegaard Glass, Gulvase by Otto Brauer

Reference: 03022

Description: A stunning Holmegaard Gulvase in clear, amber glass. The gulvase was originally designed by Otto Bauer in the late 1950′s initially in plain glass followed by brown, olive green, and blue glass.

Dimensions: H: 30cm (12")

Price: £35


Title: 9 x Aalborg Akvavit glasses

Reference: 03020

Description: A set of 9 Aalborg Akvavit glasses. Akvavit is a flavoured spirit that is principally produced in Scandinavia, where it has been produced since the 15th century. Aquavit is an important part of Scandinavian drinking culture, where it is often drunk during festive gatherings and as an aperitif. In Sweden, Denmark and Germany aquavit is cooled down and often sipped slowly from a small shot glass. In Finland and Sweden, aquavit consumed from a shot glass is commonly associated with crayfish parties. In Norway, where most aquavit is matured in oak casks, the drink is served at room temperature in tulip-shaped glasses or shot glasses. Aalborg Akvavit is distilled in Dennmark


Price: £28


Title: Rindskopf Art Glass Vase

Reference: 01754

Description: A stunning iridescent Art Glass Vase from the Rindskopf factory. Josef Rindskopf was born in 1829 in Bohemia, in the middle of the 19th century he went to America, after marrying, he returned to Teplitz, Bohemia. Teplitz was a famous spa town and there were a number of glass factories in the surrounding area at that time and in 1876 Josef Rindskopf and some of his brothers co-owned a glass company called Bruder Rindskopf. A year after Josef's death in 1890, four of Josef's sons - Sidney, Albert, Edwin and Sherman, established a new glass company called Josef Rindskopf's Sohne A.G. (Josef Rindskopf's Sons) at Kosten. They started to produce iridescent art glass, crackle glass and frosted items and much of the popular art nouveau styled iridescent art glass was exported. By the early 1930s, financial constraints meant that the name of Rindskopf was lost as the company was taken over by Inwald, although the family remained involved. Rindskopf glass was represented at Hatton Gardens in London before the 2nd World War, but the company became increasingly involved in the mass-produced market, and are still in operation today under the name of Bohemia Crystal. The shape of this vase is typical of the Art Nouveau vases produced by Rindskopf. c.190b

Dimensions: H: 24cm (9.5")

Price: £295


Title: Vasart Glass Vase

Reference: 01652

Description: A delightful smokey blue & black Vasart glass vase. The Vasart glass factory, originally named Ysart Bros, was founded in 1947 by three brothers, Vincent, Augustine, and Salvador Ysart. Their range of glassware was named Vasart glass, the VAS part being created from the initials of their forenames. The work they produced was similar to designs they originally had created when working at Monart. The factory changed its name to Vasart Glass in 1956. The name changed again in 1965, this time to Strathearn Glass. Designs at Strathearn were changed slightly, but were very similar to Vasart designs. the factory was taken over by Stuart Glass in 1980, and renamed Stuart Strathearn Ltd. Production ceased in 1992.

Dimensions: H: 9cm (3.5") Diam: 10cm (4")

Price: £35

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