Art Deco Opaline Glass Dish By Arrers France In Hazelnut & Leaf Pattern. SOLD.
It is known that Arrers used glass moulds produced by Frankenhausen.
Frankenhausen, were without doubt the best mould makers that the world has known in the history of glass. Making most of the moulds for Lalique and Sabino etc. during the early to mid 1900's.
The quality of Arrers Glass is of the same high standard as their better known competition. The glass has crisply defined mouldings and the quality of crystal used is also top class. Arrers also produced opalescent glass patterns and examples.
Arthur Wood Vase In The Gardenwall Pattern. 13.5" £20.00
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The Arthur Wood Pottery was based in Longport, Stoke-on-Trent, the premises of Capper & Wood established in 1884 producing mainly teapots, Arthur Wood became sole owner in 1904, trading up until 1928 when the company name was changed to Arthur Wood & Sons Ltd.
Selection of Midwinter Coffee Pots, all £10.00 each at Berwick Antique Centre,
Selection of Art Deco Lampshades, view at Berwick Antique Centre.