Antique Glassware Auctions

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High-quality items of antique glassware are sold four times per year in our auctions. We offer free valutions of items submitted to our auctions. Our auctions feature items from the 19th Century and earlier by well-known manufacturers as well as 20th century glassware by the prominent artists of the period. 


Glassware Auctions Overview


Our glassware auctions focus on pieces ranging from the turn of the 20th Century to the present day. We have sold pieces by Della Robbia and Lalique among others but a few. Recently we have also offered pieces by well-known glass designers such, Peter Wright, Keith Murray, Peter Layton and Stanislav Libensky.

The knowledge and expertise of our experienced team enables us to achieve top prices for our vendors. Contact us today to discuss the sale or valuation of your items. We hold free valuation days every Wednesday at our salerooms in Cheshire (other days by appointment) and we will travel anywhere in the United Kingdom to look at larger collections. We have extensive information available on specific makers and manufacturers in our Glass Directory. 

Glassware Value

Glassware remains popular at auctions, however its value depends on its condition and how popular or collectible the piece is. Glassware made by the great designers exhibits exquisite craftsmanship and artistic designs, that making them highly desirable among collectors and enthusiasts. The intricate details, vibrant colors, and unique patterns of glassware can be visually captivating.

We have also seen glassware of historical significance at our auctions and these have provided insights into different time periods and cultures. Antique and vintage glassware can be considered valuable artifacts, reflecting the craftsmanship and style of bygone eras. The historical context of these items only adds to their appeal among collectors.

Glassware is often associated with luxury and elegance. Owning and displaying fine glassware can be seen as a symbol of refined taste and sophistication. Many people are drawn to the allure of owning pieces that were once used in prestigious settings. The limited availability of certain glassware items contributes to their popularity. Some glassware pieces may be rare or have limited production runs, making them highly sought after by collectors. The scarcity factor can drive up demand and prices at auctions.

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