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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The February Sale including Back to the Future: Saturday 8 February 2020

Register interest

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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