Antique/Victorian glass
Feb 10, 2011Public
Photo: This vase has the diamond registration mark to the base, which read the left side is 7 the right side is V the base is an M and the top is a 30
This gives the reg mark of number 301579 
The vase was first registered on the 30th June 1876 by the Glassworks Percival Vickers & Co
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Photo: English, Victorian 1880-1890. Double baluster stems
Photo: English, Victorian 1880-1890. Double baluster stems
Photo: English, Victorian 1880-1890, maybe used for toasting glasses. Double baluster stems
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Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: panel-moulded ale glass  and dates from around 1790 to 1820
Photo: Victorian champagne saucer, Dates from around 1900, it has been hand blown, with a polished pontil mark to the base
Photo: Victorian champagne saucer, Dates from around 1900, it has been hand blown, with a polished pontil mark to the base
Photo: Victorian champagne saucer, Dates from around 1900, it has been hand blown, with a polished pontil mark to the base
Photo: Victorian champagne saucer, Dates from around 1900, it has been hand blown, with a polished pontil mark to the base
Photo: Victorian dump paperweight with a flower pot design and double headed flower