The authority site for collectors of glass manufactured by James Powell and Sons from the Whitefriars Glassworks, England


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Your guide to collecting and buying Powell Glass manufactured at the Whitefriars Glassworks, England. (1720 - 1980)


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Bowls : Ribbon trailed bowl this one in sea green with with blue trailing(duo colours are much rarer) (1932-1936)


Designer Barnaby Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Sea green bowl with blue threadding Pat no.8266 (1929)


Designer Barnaby Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Wave ribbed bowl, Ruby was introduced in 1940 (1940's)


Designer William Butler (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Amber finger bowl and stand with 'flared' rim (1880's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Blue opal beaker (1877-1910)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Blue opal, We need more information on this one. ()


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Bowl Footed Optic ribbed (1931)


Designer (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Bowl with bosses ()


Designer William Wilson (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Classic T.G. Jackson dark green finger bowl (1870's)


Designer T.G. Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Cut "art deco" bowl on a thick pedastal foot, in gold amber. Albert Tubby a glass cutter at the factory designed the engraved pattern. (1932)


Designer Barnaby Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Cut bowl in saphire (1930's)


Designer William Wilson (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Finger bowl and stand in blue opal pat no 834 (1877-1910)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Finger bowl and stand, Sea green with blue melted pulled in threads (1900)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Finger bowl in the "Roman" style ispired by roman fragments made untill the mid 30's (1894)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Kingfisher shallow bowl with green spots (1969)


Designer Geoffrey Baxter (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : My earliest pieces. I have a pair, 12 were made for Queen Victoria's table, when she visited the city. There is one in the V&A. Colour is Topaz and they used Uranium. (1837)


Designer Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Sapphire bowl with solid pedestal foot. pattern number 9019 diamiter 28cm (1930's)


Designer James Hogan? (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Sappire lobed heavy bowl produced until 1959. Pattern number 9250 (1940's)


Designer James Hogan (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Small bowl in flint with applied blue prunts (1910)


Designer T G Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Small dark green bowl with applied blue trailing (?)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Small wave ribbed bowl in sea green (1920's)


Designer Willam Butler (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Straw opal bon bon dish (1880's-1910)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Straw opal finger bowl (1880's)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Straw opal posy bowl (1870's)


Designer Probably Harry powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Tear finger bowl with applied amethyst tears (1906)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Bowls : Vaseline finger bowl with cranberry trailing (late 1800's)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)



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