A Chinese Yixing Meiping by Ge Ming Xiang. 18th/19th century, Qing dynasty. Dark stoneware vase of meiping form with a dark blue mottled flambe glaze. With four character artist's mark, "Ge Ming Xiang Zhe," stamped to base. Approx. 11 1/4 by 5 1/2 in.
A magnificent Baluster Wine Glass which dates c1690. It has a Round Funnel Bowl with a solid section at the base above a hollow Angular Knop and Basal Knop above a conical thinly folded foot which along with the hollow stem is very much in the Facon De Venise style. http://www.scottishantiquesinc.co.uk/georgian-glass/baluster-stem/angular-knop#.U-22KEjLJOE
A fine and rare Cyder Glass which dates to c1755 It has a conical bowl beautifully engraved with apples with the word ‘CYDER’ engraved about the rim. It has a double merese at the base of the bowl and sits on a single series air twist stem above a conical foot with snapped pontil. http://www.scottishantiquesinc.co.uk/georgian-glass/air-twist/georgian-cider-glass#.U_HBGkjLJOE
A magnificent selection of color twist wine glasses, all showing rare stem features, beautifully made. The stem of the cordial second from the left is particularly splendid, and further enhanced by the moulding on the solid-based bowl.
A Georgian Baluster Dram Glass dating to 1700. English lead, it has thick Round Funnel Bowl with a solid section at the base containing an air tear. Sits above an Inverted Baluster Knop also containing an air tear above a Domed and Folded Foot. http://www.scottishantiquesinc.co.uk/georgian-glass/baluster-stem/inverted-knop#.U-2170jLJOE
One of only three known examples, this is a very rare large heavy baluster wine glass goblet c 1710. It has an unusual narrow conical bowl with solid base with an air tear. The stem has an angular collar above a large ball knop and basal knop. The glass stands on a conical folded foot. http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-wine-glasses/baluster-stems/very-rare-goblet#.ViP1PcZ2lTN
Georgian Air Twist Wine which dates to 1750. It has a Bell Bowl with a solid section at the base with a Multi Spiral Air Twist Stem which has upper and lower blade knops above a conical foot. http://scottishantiques.com/georgian-glass/air-twist/collared-bell-bowl#.VjNa1NLhBeh