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Stevens & Williams

Stevens & Williams of Stourbridge, England, made many types of glass, including layered, etched, cameo, and art glass, between the 1830s and 1930s. Some pieces are signed S & W. Many pieces are decorated with flowers, leaves, and other designs based on nature. In 1884 Frederick Carder of Stevens & Williams patented Matsu-no-ke, listed in its own category here. 

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strkey:stevens-&-williams
metakey:Glass Price Guide
870,20081
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Pitcher
Description
Peachblow, Applied Clear Vine, Leaf At Center, 8 In.
Year Priced
2002

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