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Ysart Glass Specials - Monart
|The Salvador Scone Vase||The Salvador Henderson Decanter||The Berluze Vase|
|Made by Salvador Ysart as a gift for Mrs Drummond of Scone in the twenties.
The Drummonds owned the petrol station in Scone, pronounced Skoon.
10" 255mm high.
|Made by Salvador Ysart for his friend, Jack Henderson (deceased) of Henderson Jewellers in Perth. Salvador visited Jack’s shop most Saturdays for a cup of tea and a chat.On occasions he would bring bits and pieces of glass for Jack’s opinion. The shop is now (2002) run by Jack’s son.
12" 305mm high.
|This vase is a Schneider design known as “Berluze”. Only two Monart examples are known. Ian Turner obtained this from a private house in Perth.
20½" 520mm high.
James Collection, Formerly Turner Collection
|The Society of Glass Technology Pintray||The 1936 Perth Curling Trophy|
“Society of Glass Technology - Annual Dinner . Royal Victoria Hotel . Sheffield . April 22nd 1952”
Made by Paul Ysart, using pre-war colours. Given as gift to attendees.
|Presumably made for a local event. The applied badge is inscribed “1936” at the top and “Perth Ice Rink Curling Club” in the banner at the bottom.|
|The Jean Ysart vases|
|Specially labelled bowl|
|The Forsyth Bowl - Shape X|
|A remarkable discovery this bowl was made between the end of Monart production for World War II and the start of Vasart production in 1946.
It was a gift, personally delivered by Salvador Ysart to a Mrs Forsyth on the 24th December 1945. Clearly Monart shape X but a variant form that is closer to Vasart V026.
Images and information from the Forsyth family. 9 inch diameter 4 inch high (230x100mm)
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