Derbyshire Brothers: 1873-1874

ALL DESIGNS ON THIS PAGE BY
JOHN DERBYSHIRE, REGENT ROAD FLINT GLASS WORKS, SALFORD
 

 
8 AUGUST 1873
 
Design Number
274961
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Sugar cream and service
 
A sugar bowl and a cream jug heavily decorated.  The main part of the pattern is a repeating oval containing imitation cutting - similar to their repeating diamond shapes on earlier pieces.
 
Image
 
photo by Derek Glenn

 

 
8 AUGUST 1873
 
Design Number
274962
 
Lozenge
As 274961
 
Description
Goblet and service
 
A goblet with repeating heavily impressed vertical ovals.  Each oval contains two smaller ovals.  The top third of the goblet is plain.
 

 
8 AUGUST 1873
 
Design Number
274963
 
Lozenge
As 274961
 
Description
Goblet and service
 
A goblet where the bottom half of the glass is decorated with a repeating pattern of two vertical ovals separated by further vertical banding.
 
Image
(photo by Rob Young)

 

 
2 SEPTEMBER 1873
 
Design Number
275756
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Piano foot
 
A wide base which narrows to the top of the piano foot.
 

 
6 JANUARY 1874
 
Design Number
279532
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Sugar basin and cream ewer
 
A sugar and cream jug each decorated with a wavy horizontal band of imitation cutting and other shapes.
 

 
3 FEBRUARY 1874
 
Design Number
280197
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Glass hand and vase
 
A left hand on a stand grasping plant material (reeds/bulrushes)
 
Image
 
Photo by Larry Wilson


 
12 MAY 1874
 
Design Number
282260
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Piano foot
 
Image
 
 

 
3 JULY 1874
 
Design Number
283406
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Lion after Landseer for paperweight
 
Image
(photo by Rob Young)
 
 
 
 
Green & Blue versions - photos from Roy

Photos below by Larry Wilson



 
11 SEPTEMBER 1874
 
Design Number
285175
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Greyhound for paperweight and jar cover
 
Same size as the lion and on the same style of stand
 
Image
 
Photo by Larry Wilson

 

 
26 NOVEMBER 1874
 
Design Number
287495
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Britannia
 
Often found in green, the Britannia figure holds a shield decorated with the Union Jack.
 
Image
 
Photo by Larry Wilson

 
Milk white version - photo by Larry Wilson