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Drinking Glasses

This page contains a small selection of antique coloured drinking and liqueur glasses from our stock. The following factories are always in stock, Stevens & Williams, Moser, Heckert of Petersdorf, Meyr's Neffe and Baccarat. We also have other glasses from the Victorian and Edwardian periods.

To request availability please visit our contact page.

An Otto Prutscher Hock Glass

by Meyrs Neffe, c.1908.

A Joseph Hoffmann Glass

by Moser or Meyrs Neffe, c.1902

A Harrach Cameo glass Hock

decorated with a green cameo leafed vine with gilded fruit and tendrils, Late 19th Century.

A Val St Lambert Green Purple Hock

An Exceptional Venetian Glass Service

of champagne colour engraved with floral garlands, with 'air inclusion' ball knops to stems, monogram PGB to foot, comprises 10 champagne bowls, 10 red wine glasses, 8 white wine glasses, 11 water glasses, 11 finger bowls, 12 underdishes and a pair of candlesticks. (66)

A Val St Lambert Tall Stem Liquer Glass

A Webb Corbett Enamelled Wine Glass

2nd quarter of the 20th Century, Stourbridge.

Webb Corbett Acid Etched Mark

An Austrian Art Nouveau Period Wine Glass

Vienna, 1895-1905, 7 1/4in (18cm) approx.

A Very Well Cut Val St Lambert Drinking Glass

amber cut to clear

A Heckert floral liquer

the red petals with pale bands to centre intersperced with green stamens on a pale green stem, circa 1900.

A Heckert floral liquer glass

the petals of red with pale bands to the centre intersperced with green stamens. circa 1900.

A Heckert 'Crocus' liquer glass

circa 1900.

Detail of the interior of the bowl of the Heckert 'Crocus' liquer

An Koln, Ehrenfeld Cameo Liquer Glass

green overlay cut through to clear, circa 1898.

A detail of a Koln, Ehrenfeld Cameo Liquer Glass

green overlay cut through to clear

A Heckert 'Pink Tulip' Liquer glass

the graduated pink petals outlined and details in black, on a green stem, circa 1900.

A Heckert 'Pink Tulip' Liquer glass (detail of bowl)

Lobmeyr Mark from the suite of drinking glasses.

A suite of Lobmeyr Drinking Glasses.

Vienna, late 19th Century.

Please contact us for further details.

A superb Art Nouveau Period Liqueur Glass, by Heckert of Petersdorf

with enamelled bowl and stem, Silesia, c.1895-1905, 6 1/4in (16cm)

A detail of the previous glass.

A superb Art Nouveau Period Liqueur glass, by Heckert of Petersdorf,

with enamelled bowl and stem, Silesia, c.1895-1905, 6 3/8in (17cm)

A detail of the interior of the previous glass

A Meyrs Neffe Floral Liquer glass

detail of bowl, c.1895-1905.

A Meyrs Neffe Liquer Glass,

of thistle form, c.1895-1905.

detail of the bowl from the previous Meyrs Neffe Floral Liquer Glass


A Meyrs Neffe Floral liquer glass


A Meys Neffe Floral liquer glass

on green glass stem, c.1895-1905

detail of the bowl from the previous Meyrs Neffe drinking glass


A Meyrs Neffe Liquer

the bowl enamelled in 'Tiger stripes', c. 1895-1905

A Pair of Apsley Pellat Champagne Coupes

decorated with applied red and green 'jewels,' Mid 19th Century.

A Regency Drinking Glass.

This glass was supplied by William Collins, of 227 The Strand, London. Collins described himself as 'Glass Manufacturer to His Majesty and thier Royal Highnesses, the Duke of Sussex and Princess Elizabeth' and later as ' Glass Enameller to the Queen and the Royal Family'

With acknowledgement to the Glass Circle.

A William Collins Regency Cut Fortified Wine Glass,

from the Duke of Sussex service, decorated with a red line laurel wreath on the wide gilt band rim, the hobnail cut body with finely enamelled classical head depicting the Greek God Prometheus, titled beneath, 4 3/4in (11.8cm), London 1820-1830.

This piece was exhibited at the 'From Palace to Parlour' exhibition, held at the Wallace Collection, London, item No 13. Jolly Rare.

An Amethyst Glass Facetted Goblet,

7in (17cm) high approx, late 19th Century. £425

A Jewelled 'Byzantine' goblet, by Carl George Von Reichenbach,

for Poschinger, Oberweilslau, Munich, c.1906, the body colour of amethyst richly jewelled with faux turquoise and gem stones of green and amethyst, intersperced with fine gilded scrolls, 6in (15cm) approx.

A Baccarat Beaker

with acid etched Parisian view of the Place de la Bastille, Paris, c.1875, 3 1/2in (9cm). £295.

A Meyrs Neffe Floral Liquer Glass


An Art Nouveau period enamelled liqueur glass,

on a turquiose blue glass stem and foot, Meyrs Neffe, c.1895-1905, 6 1/4in (15cm) white enamel to numerals to base 585.

An Otto Prutscher Liquer Glass

the clear bowl decorated with orange 'dots' on a pale lilac trumpet stem, circa 1905.

An Art Nouveau Period Liquer Glass,

by Meyr's Neffe, enamelled with a lotus flower to bowl on a green glass stem and foot, circa 1895-1905, 6 1/4in (15.5cm)

A Murano (probably Salviati) drinking glass

the fuschia glass bell form bowl upon turquoise stem, Venice, 2nd quarter 20th Century. £695

A group of decorated liquer glasses which appear when grouped to be a patch of wild flowers growing in a meadow.

A Murano (probably Salviati) drinking glass

the wrythen pink bowl applied with a frill towards the base upon green adventurine stem above a pink foot, 2nd quarter 20th Century. £595.

A Stevens & Williams Amethyst and Amber intaglio cut Hock Glass,

decorated with a chrysanthemum amid prunus blossom on a cracked ice ground, the bowl on inverted baluster stem with air inclusion, typical starburst cut foot, circa 1900.

A Stevens & Williams Amber and Fire red hock glass,

of petalled decoration intersperced with florets, the facetted stem with air inclusion, c.1900

Slightly taller than normal Stourbridge hock glasses.

For more Stevens and Williams Glasses go to 'British Glass' Stevens and Williams Section.

A Moser Marqueterie-sur-Verre beaker,

with applied and engraved details of flowers, bugs and a bird, Karlsbad, c.1895, 3 3/4in (10cm)




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