Glass

Whether it be a 17th Century glasshouse or a contemporary studio you will see it up for auction at Fieldings. We are recognised industry market leaders in the sale of glass through auction, and each item is selected by our resident glass expert Will Farmer. Stourbridge is the centre of glassmaking since the 17th Century due to its wealth of rich natural resources. We hold two specialist glass sales a year ‘Centuries of Glass’ which encapsulate the desire to collect works of art by craftsmen and women both past and present. Read more

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Collecting Italian glass

When people talk about Italian art glass, they are usually referring to the vases goblets, and decorative objects produced in the city of Venice...

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Will Farmer....back on our screens

Antiques Roadshow series 42 now broadcasting, don't miss Will.....29th September  Will Farmer, Director at Fieldings Auctioneers.  Has...

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Auction Life magazine Autumn 2019

Twice a year we produce our company magazine 'Auction Life' which tells our clients and potential clients about the exciting lots we have sold and...

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Movers and shakers of the Contemporary Glass...

Twenty artists from the Contemporary glass society have consigned works to be included in our 5th October Decades of Design Auction.  All...

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Most recent auction

Doves for Peace Charity Auction: Friday 18 October 2019

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Alain de Cadenet - 'Cor! Love a dove', pencil, 14.8cm x 21cm. Framed and glazed. Alain de Cadenet is…

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Malcolm Sier - Pen, 22cm x 17cm. Framed and glazed. Malcolm Sier is a sculptor and letter carver who…

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Gary Lewis - Black pen, 13cm x 19cm. Framed and glazed. Gary Lewis is a Scottish actor. He has had…

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Katherine Jakeways - Collage, 12cm x 16.5cm. Framed and glazed. Katherine Jakeways is a British…

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Malcolm Pyrah - Blue ink, 29.7cm x 21cm. Framed and glazed. Malcolm Pyrah is a retired Olympic show…

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Brendon Hartley - 'Sweet wings bro!', pencil, 14.8cm x 21cm. Framed and glazed. Brendan Hartley is a…

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Justin Bell - 'Dove.Love', pencil, 14.8cm x 21cm. Framed and glazed. Justin Bell is a British race…

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Emanuele Pirro - 'I love flying above children playing', pencil, 14.8cm x 21cm. Framed and…

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Frank Biela - 'Ze German Dove', pencil, 14.8cm x 21cm. Framed and glazed. Frank Biela is an auto…

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Peter Gethin - 'What a little beauty!', black ink, 18.5cm x 14cm. Framed and glazed. Peter Gethin…

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See all Glass in this sale

Fieldings house glass record – a George Woodall cameo Plaque depicting aphrodite rising from the waves, produced in 1920 and selling in 2018 for £84,000.

Will’s most memorable find – a circa 1680 George Ravenscroft savoy glass house jug which came in on a Tuesday valuation day and sold for £12,500 in early 2019.

Will’s dream find – a Rene Lalique Cire Perdue vase, because we know there are known examples still out there due to the Lalique records, but very few ever come to the open market.

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