Portobello Glass | 18th & early 19th century antique glass

Welcome to Portobello Glass

Welcome to Portobello Glass, home of the well established Susan Antiques on Portobello Road in the world famous Portobello Antique Market in London England. We carry various antique English glassware from the 18th & early 19th centuries and wine related object including:

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All of the antique glass items here on the Portobello Glass website are for sale (sold items are then put in the Archives section). Pantique glasslease browse our website to view a sample of our current stock (click on photos to enlarge) and get in touch if you're interested to purchase so that we can arrange payment & delivery.

We have much more stock than is pictured here, so if you don't see what you're looking for or have any questions about what you do see, simply contact Susan directly. She'll always do her best to help you. Please mention this website when you get in touch.

If you have a glass item that you want an 'opinion' of value, you can bring it in person to the shop.


Dating Of Most Of Our Antique Glasss

The Georgian Period: covers the years 1714-1830, including the Regency, 1811-1820, during which the first four Georges reigned as Kings of England. During this time the English became famous for the excellence of their "glass of lead". Invented by George Ravenscroft in the late 17th century, it took over in favour from Venetian soda glass which had dominated the European market for centuries.

After the short reign of William IV in the 1830s, The Victorian Period runs to the early twentieth century, followed by The Edwardian Period. To learn more about 18th centruy antique glass click here

Upcoming Shows

The 22nd Cambridge Glass Fair will be held on Sunday 22nd September 2013 at Linton Village College, Cambridge Road, Linton CB21 4JB. The fair will be open from 10.30am until 4.00pm. Tickets can also be bought in advance through Ebay. For more info click here.



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