Parker and Perry, glass manufacturers

2 Results
Price
To
Apply

William Parker was a glass seller at 69 Fleet Street from 1763. From 1772-84 the firm was known as William Parker and Company and from 1785-97 as William Parker and Son. In 1798 his son Samuel took over the business and traded as Parker and Perry, glass manufacturers, from 1803-18.

Filter Your Search
PARKER AND PERRY, GLASS MANUFACTURERS
A pair of George III wall lights attributed to Parker and Perry (4431141)
A fine pair of early 19th century cut glass and ormolu two light wall lights. The central stem with cut glass ‘pineapple’ finial above two tie...
Price On Application
Ronald Phillips Ltd
PARKER AND PERRY, GLASS MANUFACTURERS
Pair of English late 18th Century cut glass six-light Chandeliers
Pair of English late 18th Century cut glass six-light Chandeliers: the baluster stem with large central urn and gilded leaf frieze; the lower six ...
Price On Application
Denton Antiques