• £ 599.00 In Stock

    A casket (or trinket box) with hinged lid probably from the Friedrich Egermann workshop in Haida (North Bohemia) engraved with forest scenes of animals and birds.  The 5 ruby-stained panels depict a stag at bay (top), a hind at rest (front), a fleeing stag (rear), 2 pheasants (right-hand side) and a hare (left-hand side).The base is now matt although some...

    £ 599.00
  • £ 425.00 In Stock

    A low-domed weight with 3 spaced rows of complex millefiori canes on clear, attributed to the Friedrich Egermann workshop in Haida (North Bohemia).  Enclosed in the 12-toothed blue cog cane in the centre are tiny pink, blue, yellow & green millefiori canes.  The white cogs in the first row are filled with tiny pink rods, white cogs & tubes.  The...

    £ 425.00
  • £ 1,100.00 In Stock

    The mushroom - with 3 concentric rings of complex canes around a large blue, white & green floret - is contained in a basket of claret-lined white ribbed canes set within a torsade of cobalt blue spirals around a twisted white latticinio ribbon.  The weight is finished with a top window and 3 rows of oval facets.The concave base has a wide wear ring...

    £ 1,100.00
  • £ 460.00 In Stock

    A mixed fruit weight with 2 pears (1 green), an apple and 4 cherries set amidst serrated emerald-green leaves on a double-spiral filigree basket. Polished, concave base.

    £ 460.00
  • £ 230.00 In Stock

    Featured in the centre of this miniature weight is a rare St Mandé arrow cane.  Encircling it are 6 white composite canes, each one centred by a red four-petal cross. The colour scheme of the millefiori canes, which rise high into the dome, is predominantly white, red & black. The rounded sides end at a small basal concavity.

    £ 230.00
  • £ 550.00 In Stock

    The clear glass set with 4 red/white heart-shaped millefiori garlands around a complex cane in the centre and a ring of blue/green/red canes.  Within each loop and between the 4 garlands are complex blue/green arrow canes. Polished, concave base with narrow wear ring.

    £ 550.00
  • £ 250.00 In Stock

    A small pansy with 2 deep-purple and 3 purple-tipped yellow petals on an opaque white underlay. The lower petals have distinct black markings.  Surrounding the flowerhead are the tips of 3 leaves; the short curved stem bears 2 further leaves.Polished, concave base finished with a star cut.

    £ 250.00
  • £ 750.00 In Stock

    Various types of arrow canes, shamrocks, whorls, honeycombs and stars - in green, turquoise, blue, red, salmon-pink and orange - are closely packed to form the tuft of the mushroom with the outer canes pulled into a tapered stem over a 32-point star-cut.  Encircling the base of the mushroom is a coiled blue spiral wrapped around a white filigree...

    £ 750.00
  • £ 380.00 In Stock

    Set in clear glass is a blue/white lampwork primrose with 6 petals around a pink-centred white stardust stamen.  Surrounding the flower are 5 green leaves; a further 6 leaves are borne on a short curving stem.Polished, concave base finished with a 16-point star-cut; broad wear ring.

    £ 380.00
  • £ 135.00 In Stock

    Design No 6 in the PMcD Glass Studio’s 2008 Annual Collection: a ruby flowerhead, with the tips of green leaves showing between the petals, set at the centre of a translucent cobalt-blue ground.  The border garland features a pattern of complex millefiori canes and filigree twists.Embedded in the polished, concave base is a PMcD cane. The weight is...

    £ 135.00
  • £ 110.00 In Stock

    The first of a series of Scattered designs on coloured lace introduced in the 2005 Annual Collection.  16 complex millefiori canes are set in 2 spaced rings around a centre cane over an orange lace cushion.Signed with initials PMcD in the polished, concave base and scratch-dated 2005 next to a PMcD Glass Studio sticker.

    £ 110.00
  • £ 65.00 In Stock

    A miniature crown, which originally joined the General Range in 2004.  This one features green, white & grey rods alternating with white spiraling filigree cables, radiating out from a complex green, white & pink millefiori floret over a cobalt-blue ground. A PMcD signature cane is set in the polished, concave base.  Original PMcD Glass Studio sticker.

    £ 65.00
  • £ 130.00 In Stock

    Extending from 2 rings of canes around the centre, 6 radials (composed of pale-lilac millefiori with yellow & white twists on both sides), form 6 triangular panels, each closely-packed with multi-coloured millefiori canes.  Yellow & white twists complete the triangles. The design is set over a translucent, mottled amethyst ground. Signed with a...

    £ 130.00
  • £ 85.00 In Stock

    A large weight with bright-red, orange, blue, purple & white filigree swirling clockwise around a multi-coloured centre cane - composed of 25 individual elements -  over a clear ground. Flat, polished base. (PP 20 & 21 were not signed)

    £ 85.00
  • £ 140.00 In Stock

    A very attractive PP design: a small pink lampwork flower & buds on a white lace ground encircled by 4 rows of millefiori canes - 3 of which are separated by colourful twists.  Cane colours are yellow, pale-pink & blue with white & mauve composite canes in the outer circle. Finished with a top and 5 side facets.Signed with a P1997 cane in the...

    £ 140.00
  • £ 45.00 In Stock

    Introduced in 1983, PP59 has the same pattern as PP2 but rather than it domed top it has a facet.  This 11-spoke example over a semi-translucent mid-blue colour ground features cog canes in pale shades of pink, yellow, blue & grey encircling a bright-red cog in the centre, signed with a “P”. Polished, concave base.

    £ 45.00


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They are set out according to continent, country or region and list the main glasshouses, studios or artists in alphabetical order.
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Sunday, 14th July: updates today on the Antiques pages include a couple of pieces from Bohemia, St LouisSt Mandé and Baccarat



Saturday, 13th July: the venue for the next PCC meeting on the 7th September will be the Wheatsheaf Hotel in North Waldham

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