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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Video highlights for our August Auction

Highlights from our July auction

Will Farmer talks about the Centuries of Glass...

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Tutorial Tuesday - For the Love of René Lalique

Tutorial Tuesday - The Art of Emile Gallé

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Will Farmer... back on our screens

Movers and shakers of the Contemporary Glass...

Collecting Italian glass


Our next auction

The December Sale including Jewellery, wristwatches and silver : Thursday 10 December 2020

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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.

Aphrodite Rising from the Waves - A cameo glass plaque by George Woodall completed circa 1920, sold £84,000

Otto Prutscher - Meyr's Neffe - A set of eight stemmed wine glasses, sold £25,000

A large late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons cameo moon flask, sold £15,500

Rene Lalique - An opalescent glass car mascot titled Vitesse, sold £14,500

A pint serving jug with mould-blown, trailed and pincered decoration, probably England, possibly Savoy Glasshouse, possibly George Ravenscroft, circa 1675 to 1685, sold £12,500

A Pulcini glass bird circa 1964 designed by Alessandro Pianon, sold £8,100

An early 18th Century heavy baluster wine glass circa 1702, funnel bowl engraved with Queen Anne Royal Cipher, sold £9,000

A 19th Century French paperweight by St Louis, sold £6,800

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