Yellow opaline glass Flower Shade of flowerbell form. Circa 1910.
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Yellow opaline glass Flower Shade of flowerbell form. Circa 1910.

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Yellow opaline glass Flower Shade of flowerbell form:
Circa 1910, probably by Powells of Whitefriars.

Height: 6½" - 17.0cm
Width: 4¾" - 12.0cm
Glossary Words

Powell, James & Sons

James Powell took over the Whitefriars Glass Works in London in 1834 and began a revival of handblown glass. Powells produced austerely elegant glasses for Arts & Crafts designer Philip Webb and opalescent shades for W.A.S.Benson's light fittings.

opaline

Fine semi-opaque, white and coloured glass, developed by the French in the first half of the 19th century, with a translucent quality.

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