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An Art Deco period French opalescent glass dish. It is of quite thick construction and has a bubble type design. There are no makers marks, but from the design and colour I suspect it is either Ezan or Sevres. At the size it was likely intended as a bonbon dish or similar. It has a strong blue opalescence as can be seen in the images.

Condition


A couple of tiny nibbles around the inside rim. Some wear to the base.



Approx Dimensions


Height: 2.7 cm ( 1 1/8 inch )

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An early 20th century white opalescent pressed glass vase by Northwood (USA). The top is formed into a bowl and this form would usualy be used as a posy vase or small rose bowl. It has beaded ribs and a double circle stem. It dates around 1905.

Condition


Generally good, some roughness along the mould lines as typical for these items.



Approx Dimensions


Height: 12.7 cm ( 5 inch )

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An early 20th century copper and silver inlay charger or tray. It has a Damascene design with caligraphic script. It is probably from the Persian region and was likely made for export or as tourist ware. These items are usually used as trays or for wall decoration, and as such it has a hanger soldered to the reverse. Perfect for creating the Middle Eastern look.

Condition


Normal period wear with some rubbing through cleaning. Kept generally well polished.



Approx Dimensions


Height: 39 cm ( 15 3/8 inch )
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