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An early 20th century shaped crystal glass bowl of spiral form by Thomas Webb & Sons.


English, circa 1930


Height: 7.5cm / 3”
Width: 22.5cm / 8¾"
Depth: 23cm / 9”

Thomas Webb & Sons was an English glass company founded in 1837 by Thomas Webb. They operated from their premise near Stourbridge in Worcestershire, which was at the heart of British glass making during the Industrial Revolution. The company was originally known as the “Crystal King of England” and had a good reputation for their high quality Cameo glass. In 1842 the company traded under the name T. Webb & Co, which later became Thomas Webb & Sons. Webb operated the Platts glasshouse from 1837 to 1856 and then the Dennis glassworks from 1855 to 1990.

A Crystal Glass Bowl of Spiral Form by Thomas Webb & Sons, c.1930



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