Homewares

The late 19th and 20th centuries witnessed the invention of the finest bar ware, a heady mix of classic design, elegant lines and novelty produced some outstanding examples which have stood the test of time. Changes in everyday living brought cocktails and champagne to private homes. So reminisce the past and join the growing trend by adding to your collection of bar and tableware.

1970’S Perspex Sliding Ice Bucket

£550

19th Century Oval Creamware Tureen and Cover

£1,900

A Collection of 23 pieces of Art Deco WMF Myra iridescent glass bowls and vases

POA

A composite tea and coffee Worcester Queen Charlotte pattern service

£14,000

A matched pair of Loetz crackle glass Jugs of highly unusual design.

£1,500

Do you have something you’re wanting to consign?

A Napoleon III Sevres Style Pink Porcelain Dessert Service

£10,000

A Pair Of Silver Mounted 19Th C Bottles

£750

A Russian Silver Vodka Bowl

£2,900

An agate glass sweetmeat dish

POA

Antique 18th Century George III Cut Glass Wine Ewer

£2,900

Arts and Crafts Brass Water Jug By Benham and Froud

£1,900

Asprey Bell Shaped Cocktail Shaker

£3,500

Baccarat Harcourt Glass and Gilt Bronze Champagne Cooler

£3,000

Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Mug

£950

English Cut-Glass and Silver Plate Epergne

£2,500

George III Vermeil Sugar Caster

£3,600

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