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A mixed group of Swarovski Crystal animals and ornaments, including a South Sea Collection dolphin on a wave, a Horses on Parade stallion, an Exquisite Accents rose, a pair of Mandarin ducks, swans, hedgehogs, a kangaroo and a pineapple, all boxed (minor faults).
Hammer price: £240
A Bohemian ruby flashed, cut glass and engraved goblet and cover, late 19th century, the flared bowl engraved with a gentleman in a rocky landscape within a ruby panel, raised on a waisted octagonal stem and spreading circular foot, the domed cover with ruby line and geometric detail, height 36.5cm.
Hammer price: £400
An Art Nouveau iridescent glass vase with metal collar, probably Kralik, circa 1900, with green lobed body, height 10cm, together with a Powell Whitefriars type amber tinted glass vase, height 16.5cm.
Hammer price: £32
An Italian Dino Rosin Murano glass sculpture, contemporary, of abstract shape, the Calcedonia glass with large central clear air bubble against a dark ground streaked with blue and yellow, raised on a black glass oval base, engraved signature to base, total height 34cm, together with the book 'The Rosins Art, Glass Sculpture' by Studio Rosin.
Hammer price: £70
A Stuart & Sons for Liberty & Co Peacock Trails glass bowl, circa 1910, with overturned and upturned rim, diameter 31cm.
Hammer price: £180
A plain stem wine glass, mid-18th century, with subtle bell bowl and conical foot, height 15.8cm, together with a soda wine glass with folded foot, height 16.8cm (chips to bowl), a similar airtwist wine glass, height 16.3cm (chips to foot), and a small group of other glasses, including a set of ten hobnail cut port glasses, height 9cm.
Hammer price: £80
An Orkidea glass vase, designed by Timo Sarpaneva for Iittala, originally designed in 1953, engraved marks to base with numerals '38/1982', height 16cm.
Hammer price: £50
A small group of studio glass, 20th century, including a pair of Elliott goblets with cranberry decorated bowls, engraved marks to bases, height 13.3cm, a Wedgwood amethyst tinted cylindrical vase, height 19cm, and a Langham paperweight (minor faults).
Hammer price: £95
A Lalique frosted and clear glass Colombes or Love Birds cendrier trinket dish, modern, engraved 'Lalique ® France' to base, diameter 9.5cm.
Hammer price: £75
An Art Deco Lalique Rambouillet clear and frosted glass box and cover, first designed 1924, of circular shape, the cover decorated with a pair of cranes, moulded 'R. Lalique' and engraved 'France' to base, diameter 8.5cm.
Hammer price: £320
An Aesthetic enamelled glass vase, late 19th century, of hexagonal shape, the clear body decorated with butterflies amidst grasses, raised on four gilt button feet, height 19.5cm, together with a similar enamelled French black glass vase and cover, height 31cm, and a frosted and clear glass seal with vacant matrix and foliate terminal, height 7.7cm (minor faults and repairs).
Hammer price: £90
A pair of George Elliott of Bewdley art glass goblets, the iridescent bowls with mottled pink and combed decoration, raised on plain stems and circular feet, engraved marks, height 20.5cm.
Hammer price: £65
A Kosta Crystal Collection engraved glass sculpture by Tage Cronquist, depicting a sailing boat on a triangular shaped glass block, engraved marks to base 'Kosta T. Cronquist 90078/HI', height 21cm (chips), together with two glass paperweights.
Hammer price: £100
A double series opaque twist wine glass, late 18th century, the rounded bowl faintly engraved with a putto holding a rose, the plain stem with four spiral threads outside gauze, on a conical foot, height 14cm (chips to foot), together with a small group of other glassware, including a pair of decanters and stoppers, height 26cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £100
A graduated pair of moulded glass pharmacy jars and covers, first half 20th century, each ovoid body with a moulded chevron neck, raised on domed feet, each cover with wrythen pointed finial, heights 40cm and 31cm, together with a similar cylindrical example and a small group of other glassware, including an amethyst tinted jar and cover, height 23.5cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £45
A set of seven glass rummers, late 19th/early 20th century, the generous bowls with fan cutting above horizontal ribbing, raised on bladed stems and circular feet, height 14cm, together with an 18th century wine glass with teared stem and domed foot, height 16.7cm (chip to foot), and two rinsers.
Hammer price: £140
A mixed group of table glassware, late 19th and 20th century, including a small group of cranberry, part sets of glasses and a claret jug with plated mounts.
Hammer price: £60
An Art Deco Moser amber tinted glass vase of flared shape, gilt with an oroplastic band decorated with classical figures against a scroll ground, between faceted detail, unmarked, height 16cm.
Hammer price: £65
Two Holmegaard 'Gulvase' vases, designed by Otto Brauer, one of olive green tint, the other blue, height 37cm, both unmarked.
Hammer price: £55
A Whitefriars Coffin vase in Kingfisher blue, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, original model No. 9686 label to base, height 13cm.
Hammer price: £85