Molineaux Webb: 1846-1864

7 DECEMBER 1846
 
Design Number
38643
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Decanter
 
A thin octangonal decanter with three sets of horizontal bands at the bottom, middle and top of the main body.
 


30 APRIL 1864
 
Design Number
4631
(registered under useful designs rather than ornamental Class 3)
An example of this piece on the Glass Message Board has a registration stamp of an oval shape


Description
Butter dish

An underplate which had frosted sides (from the find on the Glass Message Board) and a separate lid.
It is possible there is an unfrosted version.

Image

From the company pressed glass catalogue







30 APRIL 1864
 
Design Number
4632
(registered under useful designs rather than ornamental Class 3)


Description
Butter dish

We have not viewed the document for this one but suspect it will be the design below.

Image

From the company pressed glass catalogue


 

 
27 AUGUST 1864
 
Design Number
178045
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Comport or raised dish
 
The pattern sketch shows a comport with a beaded design and areas of frosting. 
 
Image
 
This example shows the design on a small tazza approx 10cm in height
 
 
 
 

 
27 AUGUST 1864
 
Design Number
178046
 
Lozenge
(see 178045)
 
Description
Comport or raised dish
 
The sketch of the comport looks much the same as 178045 but the pattern is Greek Key
 
Image
Examples of this pattern on a comport and a tazza
 
Comport side view
 
 
 
 Comport top view
 
 
Tazza side view
 
 

 
 22 DECEMBER 1864
 
Design Number
182483
 
Lozenge
 
Description
Dish
 
An oval dish with a star shape in the centre.  The body is frosted with a Greek Key pattern.  The Greek Key pattern and top edging of the dish is the same as in design 178046 above.
 
Image
This design was also used on circular plates 
 
Oval dish
 
 
 
Plate
(thanks to Andy Hearne for the photo)

Another example of the plate but this time with no frosting

(photo by Rob Young)