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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Glasses : small Staw opal beaker (1880's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Amber beaker with applied ribbon trailing, based on historical fragments excavated in Gloucestershire. (1920's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Beaker with pushed in sides (?)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Beautiful threaded drinking glass (1890-1900)


Designer Probably Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Blue opal beaker (1870's-1890's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Blue opal beaker (late 1800's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Blue opal drinking glass (before 1878)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

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


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Blue wine glass with wheel engraved detail (early 20th century)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Champagne Glass in flint there are examples of this in the Victoria & Albert Museum (1870)


Designer T.G. Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Champagne glass this one in amber (before 1914)


Designer T.G. Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Commemorative goblet made by Frank Hill engraved 1953 (1936)


Designer William Wilson (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Controversial set in red opal. If the glasses at Manchester exhibition were Whitefriars, so are these. They have a white blob at the base of the stem. pat 1464 (1880)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Cranberry wine glass with flint stem ()


Designer Probably Harry powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Cranberry wine glass. Real gold was used to make this pink hue in cranberry glass. (1870's)


Designer T.G.Jackson? (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Dark green early wineglass designed for Wiallam Morris's red house Extremely rare. (1860)


Designer Philip Webb (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Flint glass with two stranded stem (1890's)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Glass with sea green foot, this shape was made and re-made in various styles for decades. (1930's)


Designer Originally H Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Green glass beaker designed in 1889 inspired by glass found in Amsterdam (1889)


Designer James Croft Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Large straw opal Goblet (1870's-1890's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Optic molded drinking glass with pushed in sides (1880'-1890's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Pair of liquer glasses with stylised roses cut into the bowl.Loosly inspired by Jacobite glasses. (early 1900's)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Peakcock glass, finely engraved with peackoth feather design ()


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Port glass in sky blue, made from 1912 to mid 1930's (1912)


Designer Harry powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Sea green champagne glass, there are examples of these in the Victoria & Albert Museum (1870)


Designer T.G. Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Sea Green Goblet diamond moulded bowl and foot, gold foil in the knob. (1912)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Straw opal champagne glass (1870's)


Designer T.G. Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Straw opal glass (1870's)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Stunning goblet in flint with gold leaf in the knob designed about 1905 and produced untill the 1930's (before 1919)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Stunning wine glass in flint with combed cranberry detail. I'd like to know a lot more about this one! (Late 1800's)


Designer probably Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Tall wine glass with pulled down green threads. The stem is twisted. Part of the Count Minerby service (very rare) (1906)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : This ia unusual as it's green opal! probably an experiment. with a T.G Jackson style stem (1870's)


Designer Harry Powell? (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Tumbler with applied turquiose notched tears. (1870's)


Designer T.G. Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Wine glass in sea green with the classic Powell stem (1870)


Designer T.G. Jackson (Whitefriars Glass)

Glasses : Wine glass in the "Roman" style shallow cutting made until the 30's (1894)


Designer Harry Powell (Whitefriars Glass)



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