As a couple we turned our joint passions from years of collecting into the basis of our Ashh Collectables online store and information
website. Helen uses her knowledge in the selection of Quality Vintage Vanities including: Powder Compacts such as, Vogue, Stratton, Kigu, Mascot, Le Rage. Perfume Bottles: Art Deco,
Antique, Studio. Quality Vintage Jewellery by Designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Monet, Lea Stein, Butler&Wilson, Coro and Charles Horner.
Anthony brings his own selection of Contemporary and Vintage Glass with names like Whitefriars, Murano, Chribska, Holmegaard,
Iittala Kosta and Orrefors. Ceramics like Poole, Beswick, Hornsea as well as West German Pottery. In addition we even select the occasional iinteresting book or
Ashh Collectables is already known by some people from the Vintage, Antique and Collectors fairs which we
stand at throughout the year . We are proud of the items we list whatever their value might be. I’m sure in this Ashh Collectables online store we will maintain our policy of super
items at reasonable prices delivered quickly with the minimum of fuss.
Thank you for visiting our Ashh Collectables and hope you find something that interests you.
Helen and Anthony
Unusual Vintage Signed Czech Exbor Glass Vase
Its formed from a heavy dark green glass in an organic free form shape. The piece has been attributed to Pavel Hlava but Im not
so sure. On the base is the usual early Exbor logo but the adjacent designers mark is not the one I associate with Plava. But I have no idea whos it is. The vase measures approx 19cms in width
and 13cms in height and weighs unpacked 2.1Kg. The condition is good and free from chips and cracks.
See more details on our Czech Bohemian and Polish Glass Page
A Large signed Studio glass vase by Jane Charles.
The piece is formed from a frosted blue
glass body with crimped clear glass applied side pieces . The blue frosted glass is divided from the unfrosted clear rim by an iridescent band with etched vertical wavy
I’m not sure of the date of this
vase but Jane began working from her own Studio in 1987. I’m would think that this came from the earlier days of the Studio.
The Vase is signed to the base by the
See more details on our British Glass Page