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20th May 2022 
Isle of Wight Glass. IOWLogo

Michael Harris started the Isle of Wight factory in 1973 on his return from Malta. Some of the designs and colours used initially were reminiscent of Mdina glass but the pieces are more finely blown. Elizabeth, Michael’s wife, began to design for the factory in the 1980’s, joined by their sons, Timothy and Jonathan. Since Michael’s death in 1994 the factory has continued to produce inspired art glass.





Isle of Wight Glass. E658c

A cylindrical vase in the Tortoiseshell pattern, with impressed mark. Height 5 3/4ins/14.5cms.

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Isle of Wight Glass
Stock No. E658
Price 65



Isle of Wight Glass. F486

A small dish in the Petit Fleur pattern with triangular label; 1981/2.
Diameter: 3 1/8ins/9.2cms.

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Isle of Wight Glass
Stock No. F486
Price 25.




Isle of Wight Glass. E483a

An egg-shaped paperweight in the 'Allsorts' pattern from the Bonbon range, with square gold label; 1990's.
Height: 2 1/2ins/6.4cms.

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Isle of Wight Glass
Stock No. F483
Price 35.



Isle of Wight Glass. F304

An early and nice paperweight with flame pontil.
Diameter: 3ins/7.7cms.

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Isle of Wight Glass
Stock No. F304
Price 35



Isle of Wight Glass. F305

A black Azurene paperweight with triangular label.
Diameter: 3 1/2ins/9cms.

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Isle of Wight Glass
Stock No. F305
Price 45



Isle of Wight Glass. F482

Egg-shaped 'Meadow Gardens' weight in Buttercup. 1990's.

2 7/8ins/ 7.4cms in height.

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Isle of Wight Glass
Stock No. F482
Price 35